Over the years, some women have been known to be on the list of leading women in the world. It hasn’t been just celebrities in the music or entertainment industry. Thus, it’s either they are most influential, or they are the leading women either in the world or in the country. For 2017, five Nigerian women made it to the list of the most influential Young Africans.
Here are the five young most influential women in 2017;
1. VICTORIA IBIWOYE:
She is the Director of One African Child Foundation for Creative Learning and the Youth Representative to the United Nations SDG-Education 2030 Steering Committee. Her organisation helps to build the capability of poor community children and youth on Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship Education.
2. TOYOSI AKERELE:
This lady is the founder of RISE NETWORKS, a social enterprise involved in technology and focused on youth and education development across Africa.
3. TOKE MAKINWA:
Moving from a banking job to a media job, Toke has recorded huge success. Her book, “On Becoming,” got her several endorsements with different companies, which earned her millions of naira.
4. MERCY JOHNSON-OKOJIE:
Mercy worked her way to the top to become one of the outstanding Nollywood celebrities, despite her humble beginnings.
5. UCHE PEDRO:
Founder of Bellanaija, Uche has been featured on Oprah Winfrey show, alongside international stars like Jessica Simpson and Lisa Ling. She was also interviewed by Isha Sesay for CNN i-list in September, 2010.
These five young most influential Nigerian women are sure to keep up their positions in the coming year![mashshare text="This is my custom share text"]
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