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I attended the Femfunds 2.0 event and it was a life changing experience. … well maybe not life changing but it was a really good event which I regretted not dragging all my friends too. I saw a promoted post of the Femfunds event on Instagram and I went ahead to register for it.. I usually register for events like this and forget but I actually put this on my calendar and set a reminder. I didn’t know what exactly to expect but I had a good feeling about it. It was a free event which was aimed at connecting and empowering women in their businesses and careers. Over 1000 women attended and I’m sure no one was disappointed. Why were we impressed? Firstly, the event started on time, which is super rare in Nigeria, the hall was well decorated and organized with professional ushers, there was a cute photo wall which all the ladies loved,…

So you are a young lady/guy between the ages of 20-35. You just got your first job, or you are changing jobs, or about to start a business, about to get married etc. even through the economy is bad, you kinda still have extra cash in your bank account which will somehow disappear before you say jack Robinson but.. right now as you are reading this, the money is in your account. just staring at you… What to do? what to do? you could just slap someone if they mention “start a business or buy stocks” … You want practical thing in plain English. Am I the only one that enters panic mode when I start hearing things like money market, stocks, capitalists etc? Not only me abi? so you are in the right place. Before I start, I am not a finance analyst or finance anything. This is not my core competency, I did…

In the spirit of being a smart money woman, a friend passed on this book to me to read and I finished reading it that same day. I had to send a few screenshots to a male friend who’s not so smart with money and wont be caught dead holding a book that’s clearly targeted at women. I was going to buy the book at the SLAY Festival but God works in mysterious ways… 🙂 The fictional story line was kinda predictable. if you are a fan of short simple predictable stories then this is for you. For hardcore readers who analyze Dan Browns investigations and Steven kings horrors, the story line will underwhelm you. it involves a lady, her Lagos big girl but broke friends, family from Benin and a rich knight in shiny Armour who’s about to move into the most expensive part of Lagos. If this…

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