One simple question drives this episode; is the consumer king? Join Wale Adefarasin in a chat with consumer rights activist, Uche Onu and consultant, Femi Oshinowo, about how customer and service provider can be better.
African entrepreneurs are getting a makeover and Bunmi Otegbade is leading Generation Enterprise to make this possible. Watch Mr Otegbade and Shaina Silva, Generation Enterprise’s, Project Coordinator in Nigeria, talk about how they are turning the unemployed to employers.
Titilope Sonuga is a remarkable discovery. Raised in Nigeria and Canada, she has returned to become one of the fresh emerging voices in the Nigerian spoken word (and poetic) space. In April 2015, she became the first inaugural poet at the swearing in ceremony of the incoming President Buhari. This episode, she sits in with
Women are ever changing the dynamics of their roles in society. This week, we hear how one woman carved her niche, in her creative and entrepreneurial work to changing the world around her. Join Omilola Oshikoya in a half hour sit down with creative entrepreneur, Lara Cookey, CEO, Noji Arts & Context Play. Watch on
This episode, we question your demand as a job seeker – How much desire do you provoke in potential employers? Join Opuiyo Oforiokuma in a chat with Anedge Ekiotenne and Folorunso Aliu, authors, ‘Vacancy You Are Urgently Needed’ and learn how to boost your demand, earn more and enrich your work life.
Opportunity changes everything. For women, especially in Africa, opportunity means that they too can run a business, own property and vote just as their male counterparts. But many women are denied opportunity. This episode, Waje, singer, songwriter and ambassador; United Nations/ONE and the Purple foundation, chats with Omilola Oshikoya, on just about everything that matters