Success in business has nothing to do with gender, it all depends on attitude. A positive attitude would realize success in business no matter the gender of the business operator. To butress this point, we want to present to you prominent successful business women in Nigeria.
Folorunsho Alakija is a Nigerian born businesswoman that is currently the richest woman in Nigeria. She is the executive vice chairman of Famfa Oil and dayspring property development company and oversees the rose of Sharon group.
2. Bola Shagaya
Bola Shagaya is one of the richest business woman in Nigeria. She is also one of the richest people in Nigeria and Africa in general. She is the founder and CEO of Bolmus group International, a conglomerate in real estate, oil and gas, banking and photography.
3. Bimbo Alase
Bimbo Alase is a prominent Nigerian entrepreneur and one of the richest women in Nigeria. She is the founder of leather world, a furniture company which started as a retail outlet in Lagos State in 1994.
4. Fifi Ejindu
Fifi Ejindu is a Nigerian born architect and entrepreneur. She is one of the richest people in the country. It started the Starcrest company which involves real estate, oil and gas and building construction.
5. Stella Okoli
Stella Okoli is a prominent Nigerian woman and one of the richest woman in the country. She is the one that established the Emzoe Pharmaceutical industries LTD with full fledged operations in Nigeria, Mali Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
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