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Lifestyle Central

This show touches base on real-life issues, trending news (business, politics) and incorporates a spotlight section that is entertaining and educating.

2021-10-01 04:00:00.0

Adulting In Nigeria

On this brand new season of lifestyle central, we delve into living realities, share our experiences and speak to guests well-grounded on the topic. This first episode is a viiiiiibe as we take a mental detour to our childhood experiences, placing side by side with being an adult and discuss “Adulting in Nigeria”. You can bet the guests brought it!

2021-05-24 02:07:35.0

Adulting

Adulting is the practice of behaving in a way that characterises a responsible adult, especially the accomplishment of mundane but necessary tasks. Moyin and Tolu elaborates on what it means to be an adult.

2021-05-24 02:07:35.0

Adulting

Adulting is the practice of behaving in a way that characterises a responsible adult, especially the accomplishment of mundane but necessary tasks. Moyin and Tolu elaborates on what it means to be an adult.

2021-05-24 02:07:00.0

Adulting

Adulting is the practice of behaving in a way that characterises a responsible adult, especially the accomplishment of mundane but necessary tasks.Moyin and Tolu elaborates on what it means to be an adult.

2021-03-29 03:04:12.0

Women in Tech : Gender Play or Competence? - Lola Ekugo

In the spirit of the women’s month celebration, we speak to Lola Ekugo the Head of the Digital and Innovation Unit of Union Bank, a woman in tech and killing it. She shares her experience, challenges, and greatest lessons climbing up the professional ladder in a male-dominated industry.

2021-03-29 03:04:12.0

Women in Tech : Gender Play or Competence? - Lola Ekugo

In the spirit of the women’s month celebration, we speak to Lola Ekugo the Head of the Digital and Innovation Unit of Union Bank, a woman in tech and killing it. She shares her experience, challenges, and greatest lessons climbing up the professional ladder in a male-dominated industry.

2021-03-29 03:04:00.0

Women in Tech : Gender Play or Competence? - Lola Ekugo

In the spirit of the women’s month celebration, we speak to Lola Ekugo the Head of the Digital and Innovation Unit of Union Bank, a woman in tech and killing it. She shares her experience, challenges, and greatest lessons climbing up the professional ladder in a male-dominated industry.

2021-03-22 01:22:39.0

The Role of Women in Past, Present and the Future of Nigeria - Essosa Onaihu

Lifestyle Central takes a look into the role of women in past, present, and future Nigeria. We did this in the company of Esosa Onaiwa who is a serial entrepreneur and shares her challenges running her businesses as a woman with us.

2021-03-22 01:22:39.0

The Role of Women in Past, Present and the Future of Nigeria - Essosa Onaihu

Lifestyle Central takes a look into the role of women in past, present, and future Nigeria. We did this in the company of Esosa Onaiwa who is a serial entrepreneur and shares her challenges running her businesses as a woman with us.

2021-03-22 01:22:00.0

The Role of Women in Past, Present and the Future of Nigeria - Essosa Onaihu

Lifestyle Central takes a look into the role of women in past, present, and future Nigeria. We did this in the company of Esosa Onaiwa who is a serial entrepreneur and shares her challenges running her businesses as a woman with us.We take a celebrating look at the Grammie win for Burna boy and the happenings in Myanmar’sThen we spotlight Funke Akindele and Burna boy’s mum as they dominate their field.

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