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Achenyo Helen Asimegbe is a serial entrepreneur. She hails from Kogi State and she is married with two children(Adorable Daughters). She is the CEO of Stylemark Mall, a retailer of high-quality children’s clothing and accessories, and also Stylemark Pro Enterprise
Dr. Oluwatoyin 'Bode-Abass is a wellness, nutrition, weight management and lifestyle consultant. She studied Medicine and Surgery at the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, where she finished top ten of her graduating class. Passionate about health promotion and disease
My name is Motshidisi Freda Malema, a mother of 2 lovely daughters. SNAPSHOT Director Human Capital at Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital -Education Public Administration, Master’s Diploma in Human Resource, Management Development Program -Your Passion – Helping other
Amina Maikori is a broadcast journalist turned multimedia specialist but has always been a writer at heart. She's written feature articles for Business Day Newspapers, guest blogged for Oklahoma City University and reviewed Wole Soyinka's The Interpreters for the now defunct
MRS Given Mmane My name is Given Mmane, Mrs Africa South 2017. I am a wife to Lesego Mmane, a mother of two beautiful daughters and a child of God. I am a businessperson and a Lecturer.
PAW Janet Potgieter and PAW Octavia Ephraim presenting to Carolyn Baldwin-Botha the PAW Awards for contribution to the cause of women in Africa was handed over to Carolyn with at the Foundation’s Gala Dinner, where a collaboration with AFRICAN
Unveiling the Save Our Women and Girls Foundation. Lekki Lagos - 17th February 2017. In celebration of global sisterhood to mark the UN International Women’s Day, Ambassador Unyime Ivy King a volunteer for the UN, under the auspices of the