“Being a creative director is not for the weak and feeble” Leading Ladies Africa Meets Jane Michael-Ekanem.

When you count the top ten stylists in Nigeria, Jane Michael-Ekanem will definitely be mentioned. What sets her apart from the lot isn’t just the authenticity she exudes, the courage she wears or her ability to turn bland to glam, what sets Jane apart is her creative edge. She has been featured on CNN African […]

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“I believe it is my responsibility to contribute to the betterment of society instead of complaining.” Leading Ladies Africa speaks to Ifeoma Fafunwa.

There is a quiet, admirable and determined strength about Ifeoma Fafunwa, evident when she speaks about her vision of making theatre a more relevant art form in Nigeria. She talks about art, culture, travel, and why it’s important to stay focused on your dreams. Be inspired! You are popularly known for your involvement in arts […]

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#10Questions With The Lady Boss, Omowunmi Orunmuyi – “The Hallmark Of Success Is Focus, Ignore Distractions And Focus.”

Omowunmi Orunmuyi, CEO at OMG Creams & Spices is a cake artist and an entrepreneur, with years of professional experience in baking. Before delving into baking full time, Omowunmi moved from her regular 9 to 5 in the financial sector which she had on the strength of a bachelors degree in Biochemistry and a Masters in […]

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“Take each experience and learn from it to enjoy and live your best life.” #LLAInterview with PR and Brand Communications Expert- Nonye Mpho Omotola.

Nonye Mpho Omotola is a Global African Communicator passionate about the growth of Africa’s economy by expanding brands and telling the African story across sectors. With over 15 years strategic professional experience gained in the UK, South Africa and Nigeria, she is managing director at Africa Communications group. She also sits on the Brand Counsel […]

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“I am constantly chasing the next opportunity to create something that adds value” Zainab Balogun speaks with Leading Ladies Africa.

When Zainab Balogun made her way back to Nigeria some years ago, there was only one goal on her mind: to push her love for media and entertainment beyond a hobby and to make it work. The brave move paid off, as she is now one of Africa’s accomplished media professionals and actors. Zainab chats […]

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‘While I was being harassed, I didn’t fight back, I didn’t understand what they were doing, I just knew I didn’t like it” – #LLA Meets Adebara Adebimpe’’, Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Advocate and Founder, Piece Of My Heart Foundation.

Adebara Adebimpe is a 22 year old who was Orphaned at age 6 and separated from her two older siblings to live with her Grandmother where she was sexually abused by her uncle who though didn’t succeed fully left her with a mental scar. She was also scarred by her uncle’s son who tried repeatedly […]

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‘‘Women in Careers Need To Know Exactly What They Want’’- Mofoluke Keshinro, #CareerConversations With LLA

Today on #CareerConversations with LLA, Certified Trust and Estate Practitioner and lawyer, Mofoluke Keshinro, sits with us to share nuggets on howwomen starting off their careers can navigate, how those combining personal life and a career can progress and how women can lean in more at work amongst other insightful tips Can you briefly describe […]

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#10Questions With The Lady Boss, Morenike Molehin – “Keep Up With The Trends In Your Industry & Use Your Mistakes As Learning Experiences’’.

Our Ladyboss this week, Morenike Molehin, Founder and Creative Director of Oak & Teak, a fast rising interior design and furniture manufacturing company which specializes in residential and commercial spaces. Morenike shares in this interview, among other informative business tips, cues on how start up entrepreneurs can be successful. Can you briefly describe yourself and […]

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#10Questions With The Lady Boss, Adeola Babatunde – “During The Bad Days, Re-strategize, Change Plans If You Have To But Stay Committed’’.

Growing up, Adeola Babatunde was often jeered for her speaking ability. According to her “my grandma used to call me ‘Sokuro’ ( a yoruba word which loosely translated in English means Parrot”. Today, Adeola Babatunde, is what we call a speaking maestro and through her speaking gift, she is empowering women all over the world […]

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