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Adeola Osunkojo; Celebrating Life with Art

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For Osunkojo, a dancer, teenage actress and playwright, venturing into TV/film writing, producing and directing marked a major positive turn around in her career as she has morphed into a reputable multi-award winning TV/film producer.

Bidemi Zakariyau; Conquer with PR

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Bidemi’s her foray in the Nigerian PR industry started with running PR campaigns for small fashion brands after she graduated from law school. In spite of her little beginning and challenges she faced as a young entrepreneur, she has morphed into a reputable public relations executive and social entrepreneur through her impeccable service delivery and cutting edge innovative ideas.

Mark Okoye, A reflection of an emerging leader

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Mark Okoye, a graduate of finance from George Washington University and an alumnus of the Harvard Kennedy School and Euromoney, Dubai, is a high flyer.

One who’s making impact in his home state, Anambra.

Chika Oduah: Journalism for humanity

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Nigerian-American multimedia journalist, Chika Oduah, sure isn’t your regular pen pusher.  Far from it.  With her work in television news production and as a writer and photographer, she has continued to tell and preserve the African narrative.

Godwin Benson: Leading with solutions

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That this young man won the 2016 Future Awards in Education may not be a big surprise.  With a first-class degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Lagos, he is sure not a stranger to laurels. It’s, however, instructive that he decided to channel his knowledge to education, therefore portraying a desire to secure a stable future for other young people in the country.

Theodora Mogo: An award for beauty

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How far can one ever go with making up faces and fixing hairstyles? Well, very far if you were Theodora Mogo. For every young person out there who has ever believed in not just dreaming about also chasing the dream, as well acquiring the relevant skills to make the dreams come true, Mogo’s story will continue to inspire. 

Icon Masterclass January 2017

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Tosin Ajibade: Blogging Her Way To The Top

 A writer, blogger and media entrepreneur, she is one of the young Nigerian ladies, who has made a good career for herself, venturing into an enterprise quit different from her discipline.

Icon Masterclass December 2016

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Fatima Askira – Hope For Women And Girls

Fatima Askira, a 26-year-old Botany graduate of the University of Maiduguri, is making positive contributions towards alleviating the sufferings of girls/women who are displaced as a result of Boko Haram menace in north-east Nigeria. 

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Olamide Orekunrin: Medicare at your doorsteps

Ola Orekunrin, a UK-trained medical doctor, is a lady far ahead her time. At 21, she graduated from Hull York Medical School as one of the youngest medical doctors in the UK.

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Agbani Darego,Ebuka, Debola
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Agbani Darego - Nigeria’s Beauty Ambassador

Who will ever forget her? When in 2001 Agbani Darego made history as the first native sub-Saharan African to be crowned Miss World, she became, expectedly, an instant celebrity. 

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