As part of the activities of joining the world to celebrate women’s day with our first online campaign of MOGULETTES AFRICA’s (100 NIGERIA’S MOST INSPIRING AND MOST INFLUENTIAL WOMEN IN CAREER AND BUSINESS), this is special shoutout to all media companies and women promoting businesses that supports and celebrates our women globally.
Mogulettes Africa is a registered global women entrepreneurs platform and online inspirational community founded in March 2016 by Nigeria’s broadcaster and media entrepreneur, Pat Obilor; to celebrate women in business as well as provide affordable PR support for Women led startups, events and new ventures through its soft-sell e.magazine platform: Mogulettes… the influential woman magazine!
This is to officially declare our solidarity and support for women health and enterprises and we are thankful for various organisations who have dedicated a huge chunk of their revenue to women development locally and globally including the UN WOMEN, CNN WOMEN, The BBC’s 100 Women, forbes Africa Women etc. In Nigeria, we boast of quite a number of women enhancement initiatives such as firstbank’s Firstgem, Access bank’s W Community, Ynaija 100 Women, Avance Media, Africa.com, AFLI, she Leads Africa, Woman Rising, Genevieve Magazine, Lionesses of Africa, Guardian Woman, Legit.ng, Schick, Today’s Woman, Women.ng, Metro Woman, Pulse.ng, She writes woman, Lagos Mums, Mamalette blog, business day Newspaper’s Women’s Hub, Women of Rubies and Leading Ladies Africa etc.
Furthermore, Some of the most popular women led organisations we celebrate today includes the “Women in management and buisiness” (WIMBIZ), which was said to be founded by a group of corporate professionals, also, WISCAR – Women In Successful Careers founded by Amina Oyagbola, She Leads Africa was founded by Yasmin Belo-Osagie and Afua Osei, flourish Africa was founded by the Richest black woman in Africa, Folorunsho Alakija, the African Women Power Network was founded by Mary Olushoga, the BRING BACK OUR GIRLS campaign championed by Oby Ezekwesili, Awesome Treasures Foundation founded by Jumoke Adenowo, the Diaspora African Women’s Network, DAWN founded by Semhar Araia, Female In Nigeria: FIN founded by Lola Omolola, the Kudirat Initiative for Democracy, KIND Nigeria. Founded by Hafsat Abiola-Costello, Mirabel Rape Crisis Center was founded by Itoto Eze-Anabais, the Moremi Initiative, the Nigerian Women Fund which was founded and led by Olufunke Baruwa; STER Nigeria is led by Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi, WAAW Foundation was founded by Unoma Okorafor, Wellbeing Foundation was founded by Toyin Saraki, Women in Technology in Nigeria (WITIN) was founded by Martha Alade, WTEC(Women’s Technology Empowerment Center) was founded by Oreoluwa Somolu-Lesi, WOWE was founded by Tori Abiola, her company Montgomery West Africa organizes Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, women of Rubies was founded by Esther Ijewere, NAWOJ is the National Association Of Women Journalists and AWIM is forAfrican women in media and it was founded by Ariyike Akinbobola. We also have the prestigious LEADING LADIES AFRICA founded by FRANCESCA URIRI, FAME FOUNDATION is founded by Aderonke Bello, and WRAPA is the Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative founded by Fati Abubakar. IWOW is the inspiring WOMEN OF WORTH foundation founded by Udo Ukonjo, Amazing Amazons Initiative , a support and ACTION orientated group for women is founded by Mercy Makinde, COWAN which is the Country Women’s Association of Nigeria (COWAN) was founded by Chief Bisi Ogunleye.
We also have Sisters international and the Beautified Network founded by Funto ibuoye but now rested from activities in 2019. Today’s Woman founded by Adesuwa Onyenokwe, Woman.NG founded by Shola Okubote, GENEVIEVE MAGAZINE, a women inspired publication, founded and published by Betty Irabor who uses the platform to gather influential people for an annual charity tagged: “Genevieve Pinkball”, to raise funding against cancer and all forms of women health related issues. Other women led organization includes the government established ones such as ministry of Women affairs, Women in Nigeria, Women centre for peace and development, Police Officers Wives and Army officers Wives Association etc.
On behalf of Mogulettes Africa, we appreciate all these awesome and progressive platforms for their support, encouragement towards the betterment of our women in Africa/Nigeria. Thank you and happy international Women’s day celebration. We celebrate you today @mogulettesafrica Please feel free to share on your page and kindly tag us on Twitter, IG, Linkedin and Facebook @mogulettesafrica Read up more on #www.mogulettesafrica.org #iwd2020 #unwomen #eachforequal #mogulettesafrica #womenofrubies #womensupportingwomen#theinfluentialwomennetwork #mogulettesafrica100women #2020moguletteswomen #BBC100women #forbeswomanafrica #womeninbusiness