Achievers

 

House of Tara one of the first Make up institutions in Nigeria. As a leading Makeup artist and lawyer, Tara pioneered the bridal make up profession and launched the first bridal directory. In 1999, she set up an international standard make up studio, and established the first make up school. She created the elevation of the world of make up in Nigeria today.

A graduate of Accounting from The Federal Polytechnic,Ilaro and a Masters in Business Administration from the Abuja Business School with concentration in Banking and Investment. He resigned to start private business after a stint in banking, having worked with UBA, New Nigeria Bank and finally National Bank where he resigned voluntarily in May 2002.

He started with Cardmaster  Nigeria Limited, a telecoms distribution company in 2003 and later established Bobo's Clothing in 2006 which has earned over 9(nine ) awards in the fashion industry. He has attended different managerial trainings to aid his work. He also runs Samvic uniform and Tlop Communications.

He is happily married with a daughter.

The bond shared by identical twins, Taiwo and KehindeBabaagba, is strengthened as they graduate from the Redeemer's University, Mowe, Ogun State, with First Class degrees, CHARLES ABAH writes

Trévo Africa, Nigeria 

 Trévo Africa, Nigeria is the local concern of US based multinational, Trévo LLC, founded about four years ago by Mark and Holli Stevens. The company produces and distributes an unmatchable nutrition product through an unparalleled business plan offered on a multilevel marketing model. From one small office in Ogba where a handful of indefatigable individuals huddled over a revolutionary business plan in 2012 to a five-story ultramodern home office complex in Adeniyi Jones Ikeja and sixteen centers in all the geo-political zones of Nigeria with four more billed to open within the next six weeks, Trevo is unarguably the fastest growing network marketing company in Nigeria today. Globally, Trévo has offices in the Americas, Asia, the Middle East, and all over Africa and distributes to a growing number of dedicated users in Europe.

 “Winners step into the circle to receive the prize, where once decided long before”. Poem

The wind of change that blew throughout Nigeria in the just concluded general elections has to a greater extent, allowed Nigerians to establish a genuine sentiment in the minds of many Nigerians that an inclusive society that utilizes the potentials of its youth in running the affairs of government is possible. Any legitimate evolution from the old system demands that young people are included in electioneering processes by participating actively in campaigning projects through the use of social media and door-to-door campaign. The recent reconfiguration of the orthodox also indicates clear interest in bringing youths in to the center of policy dreams. As a result, many young men and women have exhibited skills that can be harnessed in the building of a prosperous Nigeria. This is a new trend in typical African democracy where the young are either marginalized or used solely as campaign paraphernalia. Often they are excluded in governance; and absent in the entire process of administration.

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