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Why You Should Work For Someone Else Before Starting A Business– Engr Mayen Adetiba

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Mayen Adetiba is an engineer. She became an engineer at the time it was strictly a male discipline.  In this chat, she traces the challenges of women professionals, her stint in acting and the journey to self-discovery. She also insists on local content to help develop indigenous professionals. She tells it all to The Interview

 

Top Foreign Coaches Cannot Survive In Nigeria -Larry Izamoje

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Dr. Larry Izamoje is the chairman/CEO of Brila Group. In Thisi, he discusses his vision and mission in pioneering sports radio in the country, the journey so far and why the nation’s football house remains a war zone, among others.

 

What were you thinking when you started Brila FM 14 years ago?

Family Fame Can Be A Hindrance – Taofick Okoya

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TaofickOkoya is the founder of the indigenous doll factory, Queens of Africa.  In this interview, he speaks about being in a doll making business and says being the son of the famous industrialist, Chief RazaqOkoya, did not open doors for him.

 

I Started With Nothing But An Idea – Lisa Folawiyo

I Started With Nothing But An Idea – Lisa Folawiyo
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Great things never come from comfort zones. Lisa Folawiyo, a lawyer turned fashion designer of a global brand, speaks to The Interviewon why designing is still her passion despite its challenges

 

You said that you started your label at home after the birth of your daughter. How did you get theconcept for the business?

Stamp Duty Is A Setback For Banks – Bunmi Lawson

Stamp Duty Is A Setback For Banks – Bunmi Lawson
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Bunmi Lawson is the Managing Director/CEO of ACCION, Nigeria’s leading microfinance bank, which started operations in 2007.

My Encounter With A Black Mamba - Desmond Majekodunmi

My Encounter With A Black Mamba - Desmond Majekodunmi
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Desmond Majekodunmi is a lover of nature, animals and the environment. He is a lover of life in its various forms. The conservationist and environmental activist is known for his many endeavours,  such as advising the government on key environmental issues and advocating for clearing  shipwrecks from the Lagos shoreline.

Why I’m Behind Nigeria’s Version Of CSI, New York – Yemisi Wada

Why I’m Behind Nigeria’s Version Of Csi, New York – Yemisi Wada
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Many Nigerians know Mrs. Yemisi Wada as the former wife of controversial politician, Chief Femi Olukayode (formerly Fani-Kayode). However, with her recent launch of LASGIDI Cops, a crime series production, she looks set to prove she is more than a controversy magnet – and just another pretty face.

 

Nigerian Male Celebrities Are Hot - Nana Prah

Nigerian Male Celebrities Are Hot -  Nana Prah
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Nana Prah is a Ghanaian author of contemporary multicultural romances. Prah, who is also a nurse educator, has published about five romance novels. She shares her views on love, romance and other issues with The Interview.

Writing all these romance books, you must lead an exciting life, yes?

Religion That Doesn’t Change Your Thinking Is Useless – Sam Adeyemi

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Sam Adeyemi needs little introduction. He’s in your home almost every day via his TV and radio programmes, his books and recorded messages, mentoring and teaching people how to maximise their potential and become credible leaders in their spheres of endeavour – his passion.

Some Media Execs Are As Ferocious As Politicians Are – Omoyele Sowore

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He has been described as controversial, a political activist and his passion to see the Nigerian project work has inspired him to stand up against The Establishment in various ways most of his adult life.

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