16 11, 2017

The girl child needs to be trained from inception – Marie-Therese Phido – #Nigeria

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  Marie-Therese Phido Chief Responsibility Officer, Elevato & Associates, Business Columnist, Women Empowerment Advocate, Editor/Publisher Boundless Magazine, Non-Executive Director, IDMON, Sales & Marketing Strategist and Business Coach WHAT FUELS ME? Determination Excellence Vision MY GREATEST INFLUENCE: The values I learnt

30 10, 2017

PAW Precious Undeterred By Sickle-Cell Advocating Audaciously For The Girl Child- #Nigeria

By | October 30th, 2017|Categories: Celebrate, Empower|Tags: , , , , , , , |1 Comment

My name is Precious Gaza, I’m 22 years Old. I’m from FCT Abuja, Nigeria. I am a Girl Child and Youth Advocate   WHAT FUELS ME? Hope: I have been living with sickle-cell which has been a major struggle in

9 02, 2016

Jennifer Eneanya An Advocate For Love, Life, Living…… In this PAW 10:10 Interview Series

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Jennifer Eneanya is a media-mogul-in-the-making. She is also an Editor, freelance writer –with a few award-winning short stories- a lawyer, an author and a content creator for a brand Agency. She is skilled in several things…but this is not a

25 08, 2015


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   My name is Jenny Chisom Opara. I am a Nigerian who grew up in a middle class religious family where we are encouraged to go to school. I studied English and Literary Studies and also have a certificate in

23 08, 2015

Africa’s Most Successful Women: Mo Abudu – Mfonobong Nsehe – FORBES MAGAZINE

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 Africa’s Most Successful Women introduces you to the most outstanding African women who are making giant strides in business, politics, technology, entrepreneurship and leadership on the continent and elsewhere around the world. Mo Abudu, a 50 year-old Nigerian media entrepreneur