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For over 20 years, Dr. Quincy Olasumbo Ayodele has been at the forefront of the herbal weight loss and natural skin care business. The...

For the founder of African Women Power Network, Mary Olushoga, women are the strength of every society, despite the immense roles men play to...

For close to two decades now, Lilian Amah-Aluko’s face has been consistent on local and international television. This actress, writer and movie producer, who...

Jaiye Kuti has for the past 13 years been prominent in the Nigerian theatre and movie industry. The actress and producer combines beauty with...

For close to two decades, the Chief Responsibility Officer of Ruff ‘n’ Tumble, a popular fashion outfit in Nigeria, Adenike Ogunlesi, has remained a...

Her life is one filled with an admixture of drama, sorrow, excitement, love and fulfilment. While still under 50 years of age, Mrs. Mobolaji...

The popular maxim that teachers’ rewards are in heaven is not applicable to Professor Cecilia Ihuoma Igwilo, who has dedicated her entire life to...

Sola Salako is the President and Founder, Consumer Advocacy Forum Nigeria, a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to advocacy for consumer rights and protection in Nigeria. The...

When The Point stumbled on pictures of a lady, who looked and dressed like a bricklayer on Facebook, it was astonishment galore. To a...

Abiodun Folashade Tokunbo is the CEO of Anjy Luminee Couture, also known as House of Luminee, a high profile designer outfit in the heart...

Princess Bukola Fasuyi is the president and founder of Lady of Africa Empowerment and Advocacy Foundation, a multi-faceted nongovernmental organisation that focuses on human...

Muna Onuzo is the founder of Gazzelle Academy, an institution which focuses on training people and creating opportunities for unemployed youths. The lady, whose recent...

The National President of the Soroptimist International of Nigeria, Mrs. Bona Okigbo-Udebiuwa, says the country’s economy will experience a dramatic change if women are...

In the last three decades, Nigerians have seen about 200 first ladies, both at the federal and state government levels. But the immediate past...
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