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Lightbox Session for this week: Scaling and Expanding your Products in the Agricultural Sector
Did you join our last #Lightbox session? We got more coming.
Next week, we are bringing on a successful agropreneur to discuss with us on Scaling and Expanding your Products in the Agricultural Sector.
Adeola Balogun is the Founder & Chief Operations Officer at Limlim Foods Production Company Ltd. She is a Chartered Accountant with a passion for driving innovation, change and post-harvest loss reduction in the Agric food processing value chain in Africa.
She is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria and a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria.
Adeola has over 20 years’ experience working in various capacities in 3 leading Financial institutions in Nigeria, in Unilever as well as in Cadbury as Head Commercial Finance and Head supply chain finance.
An Alumni of the African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperation(AWEC), Alumni of the Founders Institute. She-00 Award for outstanding achievements in business, Recognized by Business day as top 100 Fastest Growing SMEs in Nigeria.
We look forward to an explosive and interactive program next Thursday.
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What does June 12 Mean to You?
Yesterday was June 12, and for different people, it means quite a number of things. For the average Nigerian, it is supposed to be the day to celebrate the triumph of and the beginning of democratic rule in the country.
To some, it was a gift, given to a certain geopolitical region to appease them and appreciate their votes.
But this year, to the myriad of Nigerians, June 12 was a day to protest what they see as the gradual decay of the promise of June 12 1993. The day became an Irony, as on the very day celebrating democracy, government of the people, by the people and for the people; various groups around the country took to the streets to exercise their rights to protest what they believe to be the failure of the Government to respect the people’s rights and were met with the full force of the state’s security agencies.
And for some people, June 12 is simply another day, but thankfully, a day that gives them one extra day of rest from the rigours of seeking their daily bread that barely ates them.
What does June 12 mean to you?
Happy Holidays tomorrow.