Mo Abudu, Betty Irabor, Funmi Iyanda, others to speak at women empowerment conference in Lagos

Prominent Nigerian professionals, including Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ebonylife Media, Mo Abudu, publisher and author, Betty Irabor and TV personality, Funmi Iyanda, are to attend and speak at the 2023 Linda Ikeji’s Self-made Woman Conference (SMWC) holding Saturday, February 4 in Lagos, in partnership with The Black Mentor.

Abudu is the keynote speaker, while comedian and social media influencer, Anita ‘Real Warri Pikin’ Asuoha, finance gurus, Tomie Balogun and Sola Adesakin, among others will also grace the event.

A statement issued by the media team of Wealth Flow LLC revealed that a company owned by The Black Mentor, the United States-based mindset coach and investor, Joseph Nantomah, is sponsoring the conference, expected to be Africa’s biggest women gathering in consonance with his vision to globally unveil wealth creation access to people across the world.

The statement said the conference is a non-profitable initiative geared at discovering talents, rendering mentorship and financial support to women with entrepreneurial skills and other potentials and was kick-started in 2013 with hundreds of women across Nigerian states already empowered.

It stated that the 2023 edition of the conference, which is already declared as choice wealth-building platform for women in Nigeria, would inspire participants, discover more creative minds, train aspiring entrepreneurs and provide financial empowerment for women with entrepreneurial skills, who submit feasible business plans right at the event.

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The statement stated: “This year’s edition of the Self-made Woman Conference (SMWC) is slated to hold this Saturday, February 4, 2023, at the Balmoral Hall of the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos by 10 am.

“The event will equally feature activities like lectures, training, question and answer sessions, including breakfast, lunch and entertainment for participants with an adjusted capacity to accommodate and empower more entrants, with no registration fee attached.”

It described Nantomah as ‘a respected African-American Mindset Coach’ and quoted him to have encouraged the public to be part of this year’s conference as the edition promises to create a huge impact and value in the lives of women in Nigeria.

“Joseph Nantomah expresses happiness over his several contributions to human capital development and giving back to his country of birth, Nigeria, through sponsoring the Self-made Woman Conference 2023,” the statement added.

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