as Xceptional Women Network fetes women

By Chris Onuoha

Access Bank Plc, Chairperson, Mosun Belo-Olusoga, is to be awarded the ‘Xceptional Woman Of The Year 2016’ in an event to be held this Saturday December 10, at Four Point Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.

This award, the biggest individual accolade of the year from the stable of the CHAMP Xceptional Women Network, is coming as a recognition and appreciation of her consistent contribution to the Nigerian Financial Services sector for over 3 decades.

Mosun, whose career in the financial sector stands sterling will be leading other women during the event to a motivational and inspiration programme tagged:

“Confidence Coaching Program” which aims at helping women overcome Self Doubt, improves on Low Self Esteem and change Self Limiting Beliefs as they emerge and show their innate abilities’.

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Other speakers include Abiola Salami, Africa’s fast rising Life, Business & Executive Coach; Dolapo Badmus, Lagos State Police PRO; Neka Udezue, Director, United Securities Limited; Funmi Ajose-Adeogun of Delina Group; Patricia Obozuwa of GE Africa; foremost Consultant, Eniola Sheri Dada and other amazing women of the Xceptional Women Network while Ebele The Flutist will perform some jazz act.

According to Abiola Salami, Visioneer, Xceptional Women Network, “Mosun Belo-Olusoga is one woman with admirable credentials, competence, character and a heart to help younger women live everyday like champions. Our search for ‘The Xceptional Woman Of The Year’ began in May 2016 and from all our respondents, we received overwhelming credible testimonials about the role she has played in the sector and in their careers.”

“Our goal in the organisation is to recognize a woman that is purpose-driven not because she is rich or famous. We recognize Mosun Belo-Olusoga because of her consistent contribution to Financial Services in Nigeria and by extension, to Africa. This we believe will serve as an inspiration to the over 1.5 million women we are currently serving across 30 countries.” Abiola added.

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