Tips for bagging that promotion you’ve been coveting.

The following tips have been tried and tested by many people who looked to be promoted, and even those who not really interested in the promotion. A huge percentage of many people’s lives are taken up by work. Dashing ot of the house at 5am only to return at 9pm or later. Bagging that promotion […]

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Tokunbo Koiki is showcasing African meals to the world

We’ve featured many food businesses on the Leading Ladies blog but today’s business is dynamic. Tokunbo’s business has been in existence for just two years and she has successfully fed more than 5, 000 people through six street food festivals, nine pop-up and supper clubs events and three in-house chef residencies. That’s an innovative twist […]

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Chinoye Akunne is saving lives one product at a time

Chinoye Akunne says she had always known that her purpose was to save lives. The only thing she probably didn’t know was how she was going to do this.  Today, she is fulfilling this purpose with her personal care company ILERA Apothecary. The company utilizes mostly organic materials, educates on health with relation to the skin and […]

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Women We Love – Adenike Ogunlesi

If you do not know or have never heard of Mrs Adenike Ogunlesi, where have you been? Since you are reading this, you’d learn a thing or two about this phenomenal business woman. Adenike Ogunlesi is the founder of Ruff ‘n’ Tumble, a children’s clothing line in Nigeria. She started from a tiny shop with her […]

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Ogechi Okelu is re-introducing traditional Nigerian snacks to the city

Ogechi Okelu is a self acclaimed foodie and this led her from a career in pharmacy to starting Kozee, a company that specializes in making indigenous Nigerian snacks more appealing than ever. From her small scale food factory Ogechi is repacking local snacks in hygienic ways. This is a great way of showcasing and reminding […]

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