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3 Leadership Lessons Every Aspiring Leader Must Know

The world today is overrun by a vast number of enthusiastic individuals, who aspire to become successful leaders, but the question really is who is a leader and what should she put in a bag on the journey towards successful leadership. Who Is A Leader? A leader to the lay man and even in the […]

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#LadyBossQuickFive Edwina Kulego Says Entrepreneurship Has Made Her a Bold Risk Taker

Born and raised in Sweden by Ghanaian parents, Edwina Kulego manages International Business Development at UBM Fashion Group. Edwina is the founder and CEO of Essentials By Edwina: a vegan, make up collection in partnership with Celfie Cosmetics. She began her career working for Zara / Inditex Group, as a Sales Manager in Copenhagen, Denmark.  She moved […]

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“There’s only one word to describe endometriosis, NIGHTMARE!” Tanzanian Supermodel and Menstrual Health Advocate, Millen Magese

Diagnosed with endometriosis at the tender age of 25, unsure if she would ever carry a child and fighting tooth and nail to bear one, Millen Magese who suffered in silence about her personal struggle with endometriosis until 2014 is promoting gender equality, empowering women as well as improving the access to education and reproductive […]

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#LLACareerQuestionnaire First Female Managing Director, African Alliance Says Running an Open Door Policy Minimizes Office Politics

Is office politics stirred up by an employee or an employer? How lethal is it? How should you respond to it? Reactive or Proactive? First Female Managing Director of African Alliance group answers these and more in our Career Questionnaire. What is your number one hack for dealing with difficult colleagues/bosses? Two things – patience […]

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Do You Know Halle Berry is African?

Yes, we all know international award winning American actress, Halle Berry. She is hot, she is good at what she does and she is African. You read that right lol! Here are other things you should know about her. Born to an African-American father and a white mother, Berry has stated that her biracial background […]

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”Stop telling people your dreams, show them” LLA Meets Nigerian-American Entertainment Lawyer, Lady Boss and Creative Director of ’Lola Ade’, Pamela Adewoyin

From lemons to peppers, beets to green beans, raw fruits and vegetables, Nigerian-American multi-faceted Entertainment Lawyer, Business Professional and Entrepreneur, Pamela Adewoyin is transforming raw fruits and vegetables into wearable accessories. As a creative, Pamela showcases her innovative flair through Lola Ade, a jewelry line that infuses West-African culture in producing beautiful fashion statement pieces. […]

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Nse Ikpe-Etim on Dealing With Depression and Raising Kids

Nse Ikpe-Etim has been in the news in recent times and for the RIGHT reasons too. She recently  opened up about having hysterectomy and the attendant emotional and psychological consequences. In a bare it all interview with BellaNaija, she shares some tips for dealing with depression and raising kids. On Dealing with Depression, she said: You […]

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Abike Dabiri-Erewa Appointed as Chairman of Nigerian Citizens in Diaspora Commission

The Senate on May 9, confirmed the appointment of Abike Dabiri-Erewa as the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Nigerian citizens in Diaspora Commission. The letter seeking confirmation of her appointment was sent to the Senate in November 2018. Ms Dabiri-Erewa is currently the Senior Special Adviser to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora. She was […]

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“I believe women should rise up and own themselves” LLA Meets Aramide Abe, Founder- NaijaStartups

Aramide Abe is an entrepreneur and the Executive Director of Naija Startups an entrepreneurship hub of 65,000+ member startups in Africa. Under her leadership, Naija Startups has collaborated with organisations such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft to deliver digital marketing training to millions of African entrepreneurs. She has an MBA from the prestigious INSEAD and […]

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4 Things You Should Know About Leslie Jones

Popular for co-anchoring the Saturday Night Live Show, here are 4 peculiar things you should know about African- American comedian and actress Annette “Leslie” Jones popularly know as Leslie Dogg. Leslie started to do stand-up comedy in college in 1987, when a friend signed her up for a “Funniest Person on Campus” contest. After she won the […]

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