This week’s #ZikokoWhatSheSaid subject is a 36-year-old Nigerian woman. She talks about learning to save while jumping molue as a teenager, her experiences with sugar daddies and her rocky path to financial independence.
African women artisans are weaving their way to financial independence — handcrafting products like rugs, baskets and kikoys. Their works are finding their way onto fashion pages and storefronts of the world’s most exclusive luxury brands.
Tell me about your oldest memory of money. As early as 16 years old, I was already creating my path to financial independence. Even during the ASUU strike in my 100L, I decided to get a job. Why? Because I wanted to foot my own bills. I decided I was done asking my big sister […]
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