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Nigerian Engineers in Hijabs

Relationships March 8, 2018 0 Comments

How these career women defy the odds of religion and gender and are making names for themselves in a predominantly male-dominated industry.   In the sweltering heat of noon, while the streets are abuzz with the sound of motorists and commuters, a group of people stand at an ATM queue. It is one of the newer, refurbished models of the…

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Slay your 9 to 5: Success Tips for the Career Woman

Be Inspired Business and Career I am Woman Relationships Women Talk September 6, 2017 0 Comments

This article was written by Mrs Aishah Ahmad and it originally appeared here.   I recently delivered the keynote speech at the ‘9to5Chick’ Power Breakfast Series, a platform focused on enabling young women advance in their careers. Created by Glory Edozien, this forum connects ambitious female professionals to accomplished executives to discuss strategies for rising to the top. I had a great time connecting with…

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​What Happiness Means To Me

Be Inspired Health & Fitness I am Woman Live Relationships Women Talk July 18, 2017 0 Comments

Written by Ivie M. Eke.   Recently an acquaintance of mine asked me the question, ‘are you happy?’ in lieu of the standard ‘how are you?’ or ‘how far?’ which I am accustomed to hearing as a greeting in Nigeria. Am I happy? Am I happy? Well…yes. I think so. This simple question led me down a rabbit hole of…

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Fat Girls Shouldn’t Play Dress-Up by Ms Wana Udobang

Be Inspired Women Talk May 2, 2014 0 Comments

The whole world makes it seem like playing dress up is a right only reserved for ‘normal’ sized people. I use normal in parenthesis because there has always been this notion that anything above a certain size is somewhat abnormal. Think going to a store and when the sales girl is frantically walking around all smiles grinning from ear to…

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The Inspire Series: Webisode 1- Growing Up different in Nigeria

Be Inspired Videos April 29, 2014 7 Comments

Identity. It’s a difficult thing. Some are lucky, they are able to shape, nurture and develop theirs, with limited interruptions from others. Not everyone is that fortunate. My first guest on the show, Ms Yvonne Edozien, is an albino. There’s no hiding it. Once you sees her, you immediately attach whatever connotation that title brings. it’s difficult enough growing up…

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