Here’s how Nibi Lawson turned her love for natural hair into a profitable business

In 2010, Nibi Lawson started the Kinky Apothecary when she realized she couldn’t find quality natural hair products for her hair in Nigeria. Knowing full well that she wasn’t the only lady struggling to find the right products, her goal was to help other naturalistas like her to grow their kinks effortlessly. Six years down […]

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Nnedi Okorafor shatters several decades of barriers by winning prestigious Hugo Awards

  Nigerian-American writer, Nnedi Okorafor, has made history by becoming the first Nigerian to win the Hugo award in the novella category. The Hugo Awards are given annually to highlight the best science fiction works of the previous year. Winners are voted for by members of the World Science Fiction Convention. Still wondering why this is […]

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Media mogul, Biola Alabi, is conquering new grounds and we love it

  We love growth, expansion and improvement. All this and more are what Biola Alabi stands for. She is the Managing Partner, Biola Alabi Media Consulting, a firm that provides deal negotiation, programming, strategic management to media related businesses and organizations. The company also offers advice on the best practice process in Broadcast, Telecommunications and Digital industries The […]

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21 year old Ellen Chilemba is passionate about lifting women in Malawi out of poverty

Young, focused, and with a heart of gold, Ellen Chilemba is using her social enterprise, ‘‘Tiwale’’. to help women and young girls in Malawi who are living in poverty or would have been married off at a young age. Tiwale, which means ‘‘let’s glow” in Chichewa, helps women achieve their goals by empowering them to start small […]

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Nominate a Leading Lady for the EbonyLife TV Sisterhood Awards

When women support women, the results are enormous. It’s time to celebrate and honour women who have excelled in their fields and are truly making a difference in the society. EbonyLife in special partnership with the Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) presents the EbonyLife TV Sisterhood Awards. The ten award categories include […]

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Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede releases the empowering ASK Y podcast

  Powerful, empowering, captivating, honest and engaging are a few choice words we have to describe Yetunde’s new Podcast. Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede the entrepreneur, author, professor and the list goes now has a new Podcast available worldwide titled ASK Y.  In her new podcast ASK Y she gives advice and talks about career, motherhood, friends, family, […]

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We are crushing on Kelechi Anyadiegwu, the young lady who turned $500 into $2million online

Kelechi started her multi million dollar online store after receiving a compliment about her dress. Her idea was to share African-inspired designs with consumers around the world “I didn’t really know what I was getting into, I just had a vision and I was excited about where that would take me.” She combined her love for […]

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Adiat Disu is one woman making Africa proud in a way that will surprise you

Driven, creative and a go-getter, Adiat is one woman making Nigeria and indeed the continent of Africa proud. Adiat is an international publicist and the founder of Adirée, a New York-based communications and brand strategy company. She uses this company to re-brand Africa, as a destination for luxury brands. This quintessential young woman is the brain […]

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Meet Ruth Obih, a fearless woman taking giant strides in a male dominated industry

  Ruth Obih is a trained lawyer, founder and Chief Executive Officer of 3Invest Ltd, a technology driven real estate and infrastructure Investment Company. When she got into the real estate industry, the real estate business was in the wake of a meltdown but Ruth did not allow this to deter her. She was determined […]

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Michelle Ekure’s entrepreneurial success proves that no talent is insignificant

Michelle Ekure’s story is one that will definitely inspire you to go after your dreams and do something with the talent that you have. After graduating from the University of Benin six years ago, Michelle searched for a job like most graduates would do but her search was unfruitful. When she finally thought she had found the […]

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