This week, Wale Adefarasin chats with women, women who are inspiring change through art. Ifeoma Fafunwa, director of the critically acclaimed play HEAR WORD! And Nigerian actor, Bimbo Akintola talk about the African woman, in all her uniqueness and challenges and how this play tells that story in a remarkable way.
Good manners is an art and it is learned not just by royalty. Today, a good grasp of proper etiquette could be the defining factor to getting that job, or getting that contact or earning the respect of your peers. Johanna Adeyelika, MD, ‘Let’s face it with Jo’; an experienced counsel on the subject, chats
With the fall in oil prices, Nigeria’s need to diversify has become even more apparent and at the top of the list of new areas to diversify to is agriculture. Ada Osakwe joins Opuiyo Oforiokuma to look at the possibilities in Agriculture. Ada is more than qualified to speak on this subject, she was the
Could art become Nigeria’s biggest export? Bigger than even that black gold – oil. . This episode, Bolanle Austen-Peters joins us in a chat on the role of creative arts in Nigeria’s socioeconomic development and how this can be a driver for cultural and other changes.
This week, HOTM features some amazing women whose lives have been transformed through the Dress For Success initiative by Leila Fowler. Omilola Oshikoya chats some more with Leila Fowler on her journey to empowering women by changing their wardrobes and giving them an amazing make-over experience.