Women4Africa™ have unveiled their speaker line up for the 5th Annual Women4Africa Awards! The event is a UK based African-led project to support the call for equality and recognition for the African woman. This programme is in line with multiple global strategies to empower Women, including the United Nations 50/50 call.
Speakers on the night Include:
Lady Julia Osei-tutu, Wife of the Ashanthene and Executive Director of the Serwaa Ampem Foundation for Children (SAFC), an NGO set up in 2002 to be an advocate for vulnerable children in Ghana.
Mrs. Oluwatoyin Sanni, Group CEO at United Capital PLC / President, IAPM Nigeria. As Group Chief Executive Officer, she is providing leadership and executive oversight for the Group’s business which comprises Investment Banking, Asset Management, Securities. In 2014, she was listed as one of the Top 25 CEO’s in Nigeria by the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
Dr. Araba Lanlee Sam, the founder and director of Elite Obstetrics & Gynecology as well as a pioneer in the field of robotic gynecological surgery. While she may be introducing technology into her field, Dr. Sam is listed as one the 50 most Influential Women in South Florida.
Women4Africa will be hosted by Wazobia FMs Lolo, comedian and presenter.
There will also be red carpet photographs , media interviews, entertainment, dinner and lots of other activities. The Founders of Women4Africa, Sam and Tola Onigbanjo, have a simple vision for Women4Africa, to showcase and give evidence of the ordinary African woman doing extraordinary things.
Join us at the Great Hall, Hornton Street W8 7NX Kensington London on Saturday 21st May for a truly enjoyable evening.
Visit the Women4Africa website for more information.
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