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These reminders challenge one to do more. God bless the wonderful donor that made this a reality. Well done Tosin for all you do with street kids. . @Regranned from @street2schoolng - Exactly One Year Ago, We Were Recipient of These Footwears, For The children We Serve... Dear Donor, Thank You, Once Again. @EstherIjewere! - #regrann
Using my voice where it matters. We won't STOP. @Regranned from @walkagainstrape - Our National Coordinator & Convener @estherijewere , with Nike , our ever supportive Ambassador @annieidibia1 , Chika Okeke and our Lagos Coordinator @michelleinegbese at the 2015 edition of the campaign. . Creating awareness is one of the major tools to encourage victims to speak up and break the silence. . #Walkagainstrape #metoo #Timeisup #Speakup #Breakthesilence #NomeansNo - #regrann
Women who inspire and challenge us to be "more". @Regranned from @womenofrubies - Appointed as the Senior Vice-President and General Counsel for the World Bank Group in February 2017, Sandie Okoro has made her mark as a Nigerian with goals and on a mission in the world. Sandie Okoro serves as the head of the legal council and and adviser to the World Bank Group. These are eleven interesting facts about the British-Nigerian trailblazer: 1. Sandie Okoro was born in Fulham, London, in 1964. 2. Her father is a teacher from Nigeria and her mother is a nurse from Trinidad. 3. She studied law and politics at the University of Birmingham, after she studied at the Inns of Court School of Law, now part of City University of London, qualifying as a barrister in 1988. 4. She has worked in global corporations like Baring, serving as the General Council, and also as the head of Global General Counsel at HSBC Global Asset Management. 5. Sandie was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Law by City University London in 2014 in recognition of her career in business and law, and her voluntary work. 6. She is named in the Powerlist 2015 as the fourth most influential black person in Britain. 7. She was named in the Autumn 2015 edition of Brummell Magazine, as one of the top Inspirational Women in the City who are Champions of Diversity. 8. In July 2016, she was named as one of the 100 Women to Watch by the Female FTSE Board 2016. 9.Sandie was made an Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple in the United Kingdom in 2017. 10. She is passionate about gender equality, diversity & inclusion. 11. Sandie Okoro has two children, a son and a daughter. #womenofrubies - #regrann
I have been trying to find the right words for this incident but I'm lost.. let me try. . First off, this guy is wicked , really why lead a woman on when you know you are married, he probably told her he wasn't from the get go but still went ahead to "mark register". I sincerely don't think any woman would humiliate herself in such a way if there was no greenlight from the get go. . The least he could have done was go close and take her to a private corner to discuss , standing there and letting her look foolish says alot about him as a person and I'm happy she didn't end up with someone who couldn't "man up" in such a situation , no disrespect brothers. I have so much respect for y'all, this mgbeke man just forced the words out of my mouth. . As for the sister...sigh! She has been humiliated enough with this video going viral so I won't even add to her pain, this isn't the time for blame game. She did this out of love and I salute her courage. It's sad she tried giving her love to a man who doesn't deserve her but hey I believe God has better plans for her. We will be here to celebrate when that KING walks into her life and change the narrative that "All men are not thesame".... . Just saying... .
Proud of you beautiful , your mum @toyinfsanni must be super proud too. Congrats Ma'am. @Regranned from @womenofrubies - Oluwatoni Sanni who is the only African on the list of 1st Class Graduands in Accounting and Finance at the prestigious University of Bristol, 2017 set. The young lady also received MSc offers from all four of London School of Economics, Imperial college London. This does not come as a surprising news to those who know her as she proved that she truly is her mother’s daughter. Her mother is Toyin F. Sanni who recently won the AABLA Business Woman of the year. congratulations #womenofrubies #motivation #womendoinggreat - #regrann
UPDATE!!! SWIPE LEFT . Remember Pelumi, Baba's granddaughter from my #Feedafamily initiative, she started school this week to the glory of God, we also provided her with all the school items she needs plus her daily transport fare to and fro. . The family also got their January food stuff too. . Can you see Mama glowing? I hear the provision business we helped her with is doing well and Baba isnt looking bad either. . Thanks to all that made it possible. May God honour you all. . I will give more progress report as things unfold. I'm very happy.
I walked into her office with my hair flying in the air, had taken okada from my mums house in Ijegun to Victoria-island so I don't miss the appointment. The moment i sat down , She opened her drawer, brought out a brush and handed it over to me , that was when I knew my hair must be singing "Halleluyah"....😂😂😂 At that point my moral was on 20.5, I brought out the hardcopy of the proposal and she looked at me for a longtime then said "Esther relax okay, I know what's going through your mind, your hair isn't the project you came to pitch so I won't judge you based on that, I took a bike on my first interview for this job and have risen to this position" , we both smiled and the meeting went on in a friendly mood. . I left her office that day feeling more happy than I was in the morning, though they couldn't sponsor the project for time constraint but "Big sis mi" as I call her now remained a friend and a sister and she is always willing to offer advice and clap for me each time I win anything and she has helped get sponsorship with other brands. Speaking of Women who support other women, I am blessed to have her in my life really. . I'm sharing this to encourage every young girl in my situation back then, though bikes have been banned from our highways now but I know some of us still take "marwa" and "danfo" when we can't afford cabs or to get to our destination in time, please don't let it define your competence, be proud of your humbling begining and wear your confidence like a beautiful dress BUT also don't forget to always rearrange yourself before you get to that office if you remember *winks* 😀. Shout to all the female brand managers & company heads like "Big sis mi" , thanks for not judging and believing in the content more than the physical outlook. . I'm sharing this to encourage someone out there. Keep pushing and don't let anyone make you feel your dream isn't valid.
Messages like this gives me joy. Who am I? Nobody and Nothing in the eyes of the maker. . God bless you sis and once more congratulations, I am very happy for you. . Let's keep sending out Positive energy, we never know who we are inspiring. . Sending you love and light sis....