Nigeria’s Summit Hills CICC Set To Host 2020 African Women CEO’s Conference.

Cross River State will play host to over 2000 industrious Women leading in various sectors of business from all over Africa.
This was disclosed by the MD of summit Hills Mr Joseph La’shakara Edet when he took members of the team on a facility tour of the CICC complex. While showing the delegation around the world class facility, the MD stated that the CICC is the one of the best if not the best conference centre in the country at the moment and promised them of his Management’s readiness to host the event. “First of all I’d like to congratulate you on the choice of CICC because the CICC is quite easily the best event centre around these part of the world. On our part, we are fully prepared to host this event, from next week we hope to upgrade a few more of our facilities so that when you come here in June, everywhere will be top notch.

On attracting more of such events to the state, the MD stated that plans are in top gear with some top marketing companies within and outside the country to bring in more of such events to the state. ” We have contacted executive marketing companies people who can exhibit our brand on their platforms, we are also working with major stakeholders in the marketing industry not just in Nigeria but all over Africa to ensure that the story of CICC is heard in every nook and cranny of Africa because that is the only way we can attract world class conferences of this magnitude to the State”

Also speaking, the Special Adviser on tourism Mr Ubi Franklin and leader of the delegation stated that the African Women CEO’S summit is a celebration of the top 100 women CEO’s in Africa.
He said “The African Women CEO’s summit is a flagship event of Reset Global People an annual event that brings together a community of inspiring and innovative visionaries whose ambitious actions are changing the world in an unprecedented scale.”

Continuing he said, “It is a celebration of the Top 100 women CEO’S in Africa a ranking which highlights and recognises the accomplishments of Women CEO’s from across the continent.
The event which will happen in June.

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My Childhood Was Covered With Domestic Abuse And Violence. Art was an Escape For Me- Mr. Chris Mukasa, C.E.O/Founder of Fatumas Voice Shares In An Interview.

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Your Dreams are possible, regardless of where and how You were born; You are here, what impact are you gonna make to better your life and the lives of others. Today on Exclusives with SammytheAuthor, an Inspiring Kenyan Entrepreneur shares with us, his life story and career as an Entrepreneur and CEO/Founder of Fatumas Voice Kenya. Checkout the Interview Below!

1: Who’s Mr. Chris Mukasa?

Besides being known as the Founder of Fatuma’s Voice, I am a dynamic person who loves exploring. Although I am inquisitive and outgoing, I also value intentional solitude.

 

2: What’s the Story behind Your Passion to do what you do??

Just like many of my peers, the background of my childhood was covered with domestic abuse and violence. Art was an escape for me but I soon found solutions within it. This inspired me to work with like-minded creatives and start Fatuma’s Voice, which is slowly transforming into an African community movement . Our goal is to encourage creative expression and drive for social change.

 

3: Wow!!Awesome…You sailed through regardless..Being the CEO/Founder for Fatumas Voice, what are some of the Impacts you have made so far with your Initiative?Anything Sharable?

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Since we begun in July 2013, we have been using simple and creative avenues like; open debates, political art, conscious music, expressive dance and social-issue based theatre, to creatively reaffirm people about the significance of their voice. We have grown from a small weekly event in Nairobi into a themed and structured forum independently coordinated by the local youth in three different counties; that is Nakuru, Mombasa and Kisumu.

By 10th December 2016, we had held 142 youth forums where we hosted 1,420 artistic performers and attracted a live audience of 15,000 participants and over 500,000 online participators. Our goal is to replicate it to each and every African country. Besides focusing on the number of participants engaged, we also keep track on attitude change and level of participation. We involve the community in the process of defining the social metrics and indicators they expect to see. People are interviewed before and after the forums and the feedback compiled in testimonials and case studies.

We have seen an improved understanding about social issues within communities we have worked with. We have experiences people changing their attitudes towards political accountability by realizing that their personal action or inaction is connected to the political space. We have witnessed an increased sense of ownership and responsibility in the process of creating social change. Fatuma’s Voice now seeks to increase impact by replicating the forum in other African countries. Our first event out of the country was all the way in West Africa, in Ghana. The forum was called Youth Uniting Africa and it happened in July 2019.

 

4: Powerful!!! Any challenges faced so far?

Systematic manipulation through social institutions like Education, Politics, and Mass media, is used to maintain status quo. Individuals grow up thinking social action is blocked by government policies, which disconnects the community on the ground from the government leaders. People lose trust and develop a culture of self-imposed silence. Our biggest challenge is to address this issue by creating awareness and helping people break out of a restricted system that doesn’t allow critical thinking.

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I Survived Food Poisoning And Nearly Gave Up On Everything. Business Coach and Founder of IAES Africa, Caroline Esinam Adzogble Shares!!

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Caroline Esinam Adzogble is a profound Entrepreneur, Educationist, Business Coach, Diversity maverick, an advocate for women and girls in technology and the founder of IAES Africa, Potters International College, Admission in 30 Minutes, Everyday Travels and Tours, Caroline Technology Solutions, President of Caroline University and the Mercy Heart Foundation.
Madam Caroline recently revealed some shocking challenges she faced on her Journey to be Successful. I pray and hope this Story inspires/motivates You. Regardless of the Problems/Challenges you encounter on your path, make sure you don’t quit. Remember, “So long as there’s Life, There’s Hope”. You will Succeed if You Dont Quit.
This is what she posted on her Instagram Page.
“My crime in 2019 was that I surrounded myself with people who didn’t want me to be who God says I needed to be. I met my previous chef the other day and he told me ‘Caroline I happened to be in a meeting where they plotted, I knew everything that was going to happen, I didn’t tell you about it because I wanted you to go through it’ then I asked him *who’s call was it to decide what I had to go through* This was because I was a happy little girl😂. I nearly gave up on everything. I nearly killed myself but anytime I tried someone walked in on me. I survived food poisoning. I escaped car chases. I have overstepped all the traps set for me. But the Gag is, God showed up and showed out as always. I cannot actually count my blessings. Maybe I should produce a documentary about my 2019. This is to say I MADE IT. I SURVIVED IT. I actually still can’t believe that I did. I look into the future with a lot of hope. God is good. Help me thank him. Trust me when I say We aren’t ready for 2020.”

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Exclusive: Detailed Info on How We Fund Our Annual Project Budgeted At Over Ghc20,000 Each Year – Executive Director- SpreadAid International Shares!!

Severally, I had to answer this question, ” How does SpreadAid International get to fund projects budgeted at Gh 20,000.00 each year?”
Let me share just four (4) with you.
1. Focus on a higher source: On a lighter note, some of my members say this, “I just dont know how it happens but once you (Julius) say it must be done, it is done” It is that simple. For every single project, my focus is not on who and who would bring what. The focus is on the giver of the vision. Sometimes, I don’t even know where it’s going to come from but I just have the strong resolve that once it’s “God’s project”, it would see the light of day. With that understanding, what I do is to present members and others the opportunity of benefiting from the blessing that comes with being a part of such project(s).
2. Create those who would believe even when you don’t believe anymore:
I have realized through several years of operation and through studies that it gets to times when you even cease believing in you or your dreams- sometimes both. That is a really difficult place to find yourself but it is not out of place- realistically, it’s okay to once in a while battle with such encounters. But don’t ask for it, it could be extremely terrible!
The point however is this; before you get to the place of unbelief, you should have created people or a person who can force you out of your unbelief immediately. Otherwise, it could cost you much more beyond repairs. Create those people with your vision and let them walk in it until they bear the name of that vision. Is that fund, yes! the greatest to have.

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No Regrets, Only Lessons As An Entrepreneur: CEO of Maestro Group, Seidu Ali, Shares In An Exclusive Interview!!

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On your journey to success, this is what you find, Challenges and Setbacks but with God, Hardwork and Determination, you are sure to conquer/break your way through and achieve your Dreams/Objectives. Today on Exclusives with SammytheAuthor, an Inspiring Ghanaian Entrepreneur shares with us, his life story and career as an Entrepreneur and CEO of Maestro Group. Checkout the Interview Below!
1: Who’s Mr. Ali Seidu?
Seidu Ali, I would say is an Entrepreneur, a Business Consultant, a Mentor, a Journalist and a lot of other things he can’t even keep track of. That’s to say that, he’s a simple guy who believes in the values of individuals other than the titles ascribed to people who possess not, the ability to deliver or add value not just to themselves but to the people around them at large.
I would also say he’s an individual who believes and supports achievable dreams regardless, and also one who strongly believes in the law of reciprocity.
To the fun bit of him, I’d say he is a simple guy and a very easy to relate with individual.


2: What’s the Story Behind this great Personality?
The story behind this personality I would say is one that’s been full of practical lessons and that’s what has molded him into what you are seeing now, and it is a lengthy one.
Now, before one can have a personality or before a personality can be identified, there should be three identifiable phases in your life answering three simple yet, complicated questions.
i. What are you as an individual capable of achieving?;
ii. How do you prove your capability?; and finally,
iii. How can you help others prove their level of capability?
Now, the above phases to the questions listed are an unbreakable cycle. One that a person has to go through before having a great personality.
So firstly, Seidu Ali has gone through a lot of turndowns, a lot of sacrifices and sleepless nights which helped him efficiently define what he’s capable of doing.
Secondly, Seidu Ali has served a lot of people, just for the experiences and that also helped him to clearly define how to prove his capability.
Thirdly is the fact that he helps others prove their capabilities even though he’s still in the process of helping others do that.
So with the above framework set, I would say I’m still not a great personality yet, for the sky is not the limit, beyond the sky is.

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3: I understand you are the CEO/Founder for Maestro Group..what Inspired such an awesome Idea?
What inspired me is very simple, ‘Fear of the Unknown’ and the desire to reap whatever I’ve planted.
Now, I’ll leave you with two simple questions for you to digest.
i. How would you feel if you wake up one beautiful morning, and your mum, dad, son or daughter, wife or a sister falls ill severely and in a case either of them has nothing to support the illness, a call comes in informing you about it.

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