Q&A: “I would love to be remembered for my love for God and desire to be a blessing to all he sends my way.” – Titilayo Tima Adewunmi

Titilayo Tima Adewunmi  describes herself as the 3rd child and 1st daughter out of 5 children of her parents. Born into a military family, growing up was almost regimented but this paved the way for so many adventures for Tima and her siblings! She recalls being one of those kids who after secondary school struggled

Q&A: “I want to be remembered as someone who motivated people to live a healthy happy life.” – Dr Chinasa Amadi

Chinasa describes herself as the daughter of the Most High, A Wife, Mother, Medical Doctor, Certified Weightloss/ Health coach, a business woman, motivational speaker and an Author. She is the first of 5 children who as a child, knew she wanted to be a medical doctor. Chinasa is not just intelligent but also a happy

Q&A: “I want to be remembered for using fear as fuel.” – Nina Elaine

Nina Elaine is a digital strategist, lifestyle influencer, and wellness advocate. Her passion for digital marketing comes from her background in economics and corporate data analytics. Nina’s goal is to help micro influencers and bloggers monetize their influence and solidify their brand. As an advocate for wellness and self love, she believes that her purpose is to educate women

Q&A: “The universe will deliver to you only that which you truly deem yourself worthy of receiving.” – Samke Mhlongo

32-year old private banker turned wealth coach Samke Mhlongo is our Cover Queen this month! The divorced mother of 2 who started her career in finance when she joined Investec Specialist Bank in 2010 is an epitome of strength, wit and brilliance as she leaves no stone unturned impacting lives and helping people shape their

International Women’s Day Special Q&A Edition featuring Timipre Wolo, Chiamaka Ntia, Princess Adeyinka Tekenah and Yemisi Ogunsanya

In celebration of International Women’s Day 2018, we are thrilled to reveal our cover queens for this month whom we have tagged “Wonder Women”. Our March Cover features some award recipients from our inaugural Woman of the Year Awards which held on the 10th of December 2017. Our cover queens are the Woman of the

Q & A – “I’d like to be remembered as someone who made people’s lives and the world at large, a better place.” – Seyi Banigbe

Be good to people and hire people with their job description in view, life is a lot easier when people are naturally inclined/trained to do what they are being hired to do. Seyi Banigbe is a trained lawyer with an MBA from the Imperial College London. She obtained her Law degree (LLB) from the University

Q & A: “The more light you shine on others, the brighter you shine at the end of the day.” – Timipre Wolo

Timipre Wolo  is a Lawyer by training, specialized in Oil & Gas Law from the University of Aberdeen. An indigene of Ekowe in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. She was born in Port Harcourt, the 3rd of 5 kids. Her father was a Civil Servant and her mother, a Business woman. When Timipre

Q & A: ‘I believe we are all born to be great.’ – Peace Hyde

  Peace Hyde is a British Ghanaian TV Personality, Media Entrepreneur and Philanthropist. She is an alumnus of Middlesex University with a bachelor’s degree (First Class Honors in Psychology). She also holds two master’s degrees in Journalism and Communications (Digital media). Peace is mostly known for her role as host for her first flagship Forbes Africa talk show titled

Q & A: ‘The journey I’ve been on is a gift. I want to give thanks by giving back.’ – Makini Smith

Makini Smith is an international author/speaker/mentor to women and young girls. She helps educate and empower women to cultivate their courage through faith, to overcome adversities so they can live the lives they desire. With a variety of accolades related to her philanthropic work, from being voted as one of ‘100 Black Women to Watch

Q & A: Udoka Uju – There’s only so much that I can do for myself, I try not worry about things I have no control over.

“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” this quote best describes the phenomenal woman who we are featuring on our platform today. Udoka Uju’s creativity and strength is an inspiration that challenges us to see beyond the norm and go for what we