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Gory tales from a native of Chibok: ‘My fiancee was taken away by Boko Haram’

Mere mention of the name ‘Chibok’ these days resurrects sad memories of the over 200 kidnapped girls who still can’t return home. Today Woman to Woman brings you straight-from-the-heart tales from a native of Chibok, Borno State, who spoke with us in Lagos on anonymity. He tells of his escape from Chibok and why he will not accept his fiancee who happens to be in Boko Haram’s custody, if she ever gets released.

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We sell campaigns to the govt –Ogbolu

Mrs Nkoli Ogbolu is the MD/CEO of Stagecraft Promotions Ltd. Having worked in different media organisations, her experience in the advertising industry has enabled her set up a business she enjoys doing. Besides carving her niche business wise, she takes time to be a mentor to youths. Business to her is not all about making money, the margin line might count but her staff are more important. Read on.

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We reach out to abandoned coastal region dwellers — Gbubene Abraham, President, CROWEF

It is not every day you come across people who see the plights of others and come to their aid. Mrs Gbubene Praise Abraham is the president of Women and Youth Empowerment Foundation in Coastal Regin (CROWEF). Being an indigene of Delta State and also a humanitarian with a big heart, she has taken it upon herself to bring comfort to people in the different coastal region

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Nigerians do not believe in insurance — Victoria Adegbaju, BAC Insurance boss

Chief Executive Officer of BAC Insurance Consultants Limited, Mrs Victoria Bolajoko Adegbaju is working assiduously to expunge unfavourable impressions held by a large section of the Nigerian public about insurance. She is the author of ‘Know Your Insurance Rights’, a reader-friendly book that provides answers to myriad of questions bothering on insurance. In this interview, she speaks on issues hindering the industry and calls on regulators to rise up to the task of improving it in entirety.

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My dream was to become an air hostess— Adebola Okoisor, LUTH’s first ever female gynecologist

Behold the first female gynecologist that ever worked at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, LUTH!

Dr(Mrs)Adebola Okoisor who has since retirement in 1998 devoted her essence to caring for her grandchildren and mentoring the younger generation, turned 80 in May 2014. Her gaiety and demeanor however belly this milestone.

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Why I’m producing organic food for babies—Debo Adebayo, CEO, Tomi’s Treat

It is astonishing how a Chemical Engineer with a ten-year oil and gas career experience as a process engineer and project manager suddenly became an advocate for organic baby food. Mrs Debo Adebayo, a UK Chartered Engineer and Member of the Institute of Chemical Engineers had worked with companies like Foster Wheeler, KBR a subsidiary of Halliburton and Amec Oil and Gas with assignments in Azerbaijan, Nigeria, Libya and the UK; before the urge for organic food processing engulfed her.

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