Forbes under 30 cover shoot: African game changers
Everyone has dreams but not many remain unsettled until they see it come to fruition. Burning with the desire for change and unsatisfied with the state of affairs, some of Nigeria’s finest trailblazers are redefining what business means and changing the lives of many whiles at it.
15 Questions with Chukwuka Monye
Chukwuka Monye has always been a natural with leadership roles and excellence. Although one might think that he had his future set, Monye who refers to himself as a “local man” says that his interest in business was met with some opposition. We caught up with the Managing Partner of Ciuci Consulting and threw 15 spur-of-the-moment questions his way, from his funniest childhood memory, right down to his favourite football club, and much more.
Joe Abah uncovered
Joe Abah may not be your favourite person on Twitter, but his over 200,000 followers on Twitter know that Ezemmuo is not one to run away from the gbas gbos of social media. Being a former employee of the Nigerian government, Abah was, and is still, an easy target of anti-government critics, especially when he speaks well of certain government policies.
15 questions with Alex Iwobi
Woven intricately across his life, dreams, and passion, dotted around his peaks and nadirs, the family is everything for Alex Iwobi. His fondest memory of playing football at a tender age is going to the park with his dad. From having kickabouts with his father at parks, the 23-year-old is now playing at Africa’s biggest tournament with Nigeria.
Queen Moremi: The awakening of an iconic heroine
The legend of Queen Moremi Ajasoro precedes her and you need not be Yoruba to have heard of the iconic queen. Famed to be one of the most heroic women that ever lived, Moremi’s selfless sacrifice helped with the preservation of the Yoruba tribe. This easily explains why 1700 years after she lived, Patty Chidiac-Mastrogiannis, and Princess Ronke Ademiluyi, the global heritage ambassador of Queen Moremi Ajasoro legacy came together to bring Moremi back to life.
Alabraba and Oviosu: From friendship to PAGA
We meet the brains behind Paga, Tayo Oviosu and Jay Alabraba. Paga is one of the leading financial services in Nigeria. These two, through the services rendered, have been able to capture both the hearts and pockets of over 12 million Nigerians. Read more.