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WHAT DOES MONEY MEAN TO YOU? - Learn From These Phenomenal Women

"Having money is good but subduing to the power of money can be disastrous"

In our day to day activities, we all want to make money because having money is a necessity. Everyone has been struggling and hustling just to make ends meet, either to sustain themselves, family or loved ones. 

Many other people are working in order for them to stack and pile the money just to be referred to, as a wealthy person, while others need little cash, to live to see the light the next day.  But the major thing I've come to realise is that we all need money for one reason or the other, hence our various definitions of money. 

In this thread, we will learn from women of great virtue, I hold them with a very high esteem, they have made impacts, they have made and still making difference, they have influenced their fellow women and have kept alot of men on their toes.

Just as the saying goes that 'what a man can do, a woman can do better' these women have proven themselves beyond doubt. They all understand the value of money, therefore, we shall be drinking to fill, from their well of knowledge, read and be inspired. 

Ibukunoluwa Abiodun Awosika is a Nigerian business woman, author and motivational speaker. She currently serves as Chairman of First Bank of NigeriaREAD MORE ABOUT HER

Leslie Okoye is a wellness and skincare expert from Nigeria. She's Cookie Skin CEO and gives much advice to mostly women on how to manage their skin and general well being.

Kaliné is Singer-Songwriter, Pianist and Film Composer, Kaliné Akinkugbe, is quite exceptional with extraordinary talent among women.

Omilola Oshikoya is Africa’s premier wealth coach with over 12 years’ experience in finance/investment banking. The founder of Omilola Oshikoya International, a life & finance coaching company and the creator of PocketFinance, a blog focused on providing information on personal finance & business for entrepreneurs, Omilola’s goal is to inspire this generation to live the “Richer Life” and to help eradicate poverty by teaching youths how to make money (business/entrepreneurship), how to manage it (personal finance), how to grow it (investment) and the purpose of wealth. In December 2015, Omilola Oshikoya International held its first conference called the “Do It Afraid” conference.

Aishetu Dozie. Former General Manager and Division Head, Investment Banking West Africa, Rand Merchant Bank Nigeria Limited.

Fatima is an architect, real estate developer and management professional. She is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Filmo Group and Deputy President of the Housing Finance Professionals Association of Nigeria.

Yetty Williams is the founder of LagosMums, a resource for mothers, parents and caregivers on raising children in the 21st Century. LagosMums is the first Nigerian parenting website dedicated to offering a one-stop destination for parents in Lagos, Nigeria and the Diaspora.Visit her website

Adenike Ogunlesi is the proud founder and creative director of Ruff 'n' Tumble, one of the best manufacturers of children's clothing in Nigeria. Nike is one of those entrepreneurs whose success story brings hope and encouragement to young Nigerians and Africa as a whole.

Lisa Folawiyo is a Nigerian fashion designer who is best known for incorporating traditional West African textiles with modern tailoring techniques with an emphasis on beading and sequin trim.

Mrs. Omogiafo has a BSc in Sociology and Anthropology from the University of Benin and a ‎M.Sc. in Human Resource Management from the London School of Economics. She brings on board over 18 years’ corporate experience and is currently Chief Operating Officer of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, Africa’s leading philanthropic organisation.
She has held senior leadership positions including Director of Resources, at Heirs Holdings, a family owned investment company with a portfolio spanning the power, oil and gas, financial services, hospitality, real estate and healthcare sectors, operating in twenty-three countries worldwide.

She has also served as HR advisor to the GMD/CEO at leading pan-African financial services Group, United Bank for Africa (UBA), and as an Organisation & Change Management Consultant at Accenture.

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  1. I hope that someday, I will become like one of this women

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