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2 Sep
…Says she is not cut out to be alone after breakup with Timaya Barbara Fumnanya Nwaokolo, the CEO of SuperBlacHomes, says she has moved on with her life after severing ties with Nigerian music superstar Timaya. The mother of two, in an interview with The Guardian, said that she is not meant to be alone…
29 Aug
Tenacity, the spirit of not giving up easily, pays, says Barbara Fumnanya Nwaokolo, Chief Executive Officer of SuperBlacHomes, a top real estate firm based in Lagos, Nigeria. According to the SuperBlacHomes boss, the power of staying on regardless of obvious frustrations is what brought her in contact with international football players; a move that has…

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