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The subject of today’s What-She-Said is a 22-year-old woman who was ambitious out of spite for her primary school classmates. She talks about her brother wanting to kill her when they were both children, being bullied in primary school and finally finding community with herself this year. What’s your earliest memory of your childhood? It […]
In celebration of International Women’s Month, FairMoney Micro Finance Bank engaged the theme #BreakTheBias with a webinar prepared to support women to #BeYourOwnWoman. Four inspiring women Toyin Abraham, Mariam Bakre, Tosin Olaseinde & Anto Lecky took the stage to share their stories and motivate with their experiences as female entrepreneurs. Also, in contribution, FairMoney supported […]
Igbo culture, like every other Nigerian culture, has parts that should be glorified and parts that can be done away with over the years. Following a Twitter conversation on how Igbo culture treats women, we spoke to seven Igbo women and here’s what they had to say: Uju, 42 My mum is a Trinidadian woman. […]
There is a growing number of dating apps available to Nigerians living in Nigeria. In this article, three Nigerian women talk about using dating apps. Dami, 27 I downloaded Bumble a few months ago. This is my first time using a dating app. I chose Bumble because my friend told me that the app is […]
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