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Jane Egerton-Idehen

Jane Egerton-Idehen is a telecommunication executive with over 13 years’ experience in the Nigerian, Liberian and Ghanaian telecommunications markets. Jane has a strong passion for promoting girls in STEM and ensuring women in STEM industries remain and grow their careers in that industry. She curates her thoughts around her career journey, experiences and passion in life.

Chioma Mbaoma: Enabling Digital Literacy

1 Let’s meet you. Who is Chioma and what does she do?My name is Mbaoma Chioma; a student of the University of Lagos, studying Geophysics. I am also a co-founder of Arete Initiative, an...

Stress Management for Virtual Workers and Learners

Are you a virtual worker or learner? Are you seeking to transition into one? Do you find yourself stressed out and unable to complete your usual daily learning or work tasks? Would you like...

Soda Consumption: Do’s and Don’ts You Should Know

We all know soda (carbonated drinks/fizzy drinks) are not good for our bodies but we still find ourselves yearning for it again and again. This is moreso obtainable during celebration period, when we are...

MEET OUR INTERN: AMINAT AWOGUN

Aminat Awogun is a final year student of Pharmacy at the University of Ibadan. She has three years of experience in the writing industry, with expertise in content writing for blogs, websites, magazines, and...

MEET OUR INTERN: OLAMIDE MAKINDE

Olamide Makinde is an undergraduate of the Systems Engineering department at the prestigious University of Lagos. She is passionate about using technology and artificial intelligence to provide solutions to medical and criminal problems. Makinde...

BODY ODOUR: CAUSES AND PREVENTION

“I sat closer to her than the rest of the individuals for the job interview. From the discussions we were holding as we sat at the receiving area awaiting our turns, I could tell...

IFIHANAGBARA OLUSHEYE: LEADING THROUGH TECH

Who is Ifihanagbara Olusheye? Tell us a bit about her. Ifihan is a 300 Level Systems Engineering student of the university of Lagos. She is a closet introvert with a passion for computers, EDM,...

GENDER EQUALITY: THE WAY FORWARD

On arrival to a predominantly African setting, it is not uncommon to see little girls mimicking the role of mothers and housewives in their child’s play. This activity, though not entirely wrong, could be...

The Future We Want: The Time is Now

— By Olivia Alabi; WnC Essay Competition Finalist When I was a little girl, the first thing I wanted to be was a detective. I was a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, Famous Five,...

VAGINAL INFECTION: CAUSES AND CURATIVE MEASURES

Looking for corners with less peering eyes has become part of Sandra’s routine in seeking to ease the itch in her pubic area. She would sometimes pretend to dip her hands in her pocket...