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  • Here Are My 5 Reasons Why You Should Stay True To You – Steve Harris

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    Choose Yourself: A lot of people go through life wishing they had Beyonce’s class, Kim Kardashian’s booty, Adele’s voice and…

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  • #MommyMogul – Bukky Karibi-Whyte : Founder, Bobby Taylor Company

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    Our #MommyMogul for this week is Bukky Karibi-Whyte, Founder and CEO of Bobby Taylor Company. Bukky studied African American History…

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  • 5 Things I Love About Nigeria – By Seju Mike, Founder, Osengwa

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    The Food! The Food! The Food! Nothing could ever be better than the feeling you get when you take that…

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  • Meet Ifeoma Odogwu: Founder, & CEO at Hyperfashun

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    I have known Ifeoma since I was at least 5 years old. We grew up together. As a child, Ifeoma…

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  • #MommyMogul Series: Meet Bolanle Williams-Olley: Founder, Beau Belle Africa

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    Too often, I am questioned about being able to balance Entrepreneurship and MommyHood. It’s not the easiest job really, but…

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  • 5 Things I Learned Last Year – Bemyoda

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    Jump, but stay strapped. Last year I went skydiving in Tullahoma, Tennessee. It was everything! Thrilling, exhilarating; it was 14,000ft.…

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  • Locally Farmed: Shola Ladoja, The Agropreneur

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    When I say that my generation inspires me, I mean it in the most sincere way possible. Every day, a…

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  • GrARTification: Introducing Dani Fonseca – Concept Artist, Educator & Mentor

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    A native to the 5 boroughs of New York City, Dani brings almost 2 decades of extensive knowledge and experience…

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  • Social Enterprise & Technology: Meet Emeka Onyenwe

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    I have known Emeka or Onyenwe as I call him,  for many years, and one of the things I admire…

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  • 5 Things You Need To Know Before Attending Film School

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    If there’s one thing Ahdora.com will always do, it’s KEEP IT REAL. I think there are not enough honest stories…

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