Month: October 2017

SAP 016 – Anita Abbey; promoting the beauty of the motherland through skincare

Anita Abbey is the founder of Shea Glo Skincare, a natural skincare company based in London but inspired by Africa. They create Shea butter skin care products with a fusion of western and African ingredients. Anita is passionate about promoting the beauty of Africa through skincare. Personal life “I was born in the UK and …

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SAP 015 – Olori Ajayi; making African communities better through fashion, multiple stitches at a time

Olori Ayaji is the founder of the Katie Wang Company, a growing global fashion trading business based in Nigeria. Olori began her entrepreneurial journey in 2011, starting the business with only £50. She has now been listed as one of the top 100 female entrepreneurs in Nigeria and is set to pioneer a new turn …

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SAP 014 – Haruna Hassan Tukur; inspiring young Africans and creating jobs through agriculture

Haruna Tukur is the CEO of Hafaz Integrated Farms LTD. An Agricultural company based in Kebbi state, Northen Nigeria. They cover a total of 578 hectares of land and specialise in growing soya beans, rice, and maize amongst other products. Under Haruna’s leadership, the company has won numerous awards including an award for empowering the …

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SAP 013 – Emma Ako aka Mama Luna; using creativity to facilitate open and productive conversations about womb health

Emma Ako is a London based creative. She is a natural health devotee and an avid Yoni Steamer. Emma is also known as Mama Luna; a personal brand she has built as a channel for women to have open and honest conversations about their womb health. Personal life “I’m from Cameroon, my dad is from …

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