From the first episode to the current episode, Kemi Adetiba’s King Women has been nothing short of revealing, insightful, educative, inspiring and powerful.
We saw another side of 76-year-old actress, broadcaster and cosmetologist, Taiwo Ajai-Lycett when she disclosed the challenges she faced as a teenage mother. Makeup Entrepreneur, Tara Fela-Durotoye took us on a journey of how she started her business with very little capital and turned it into an international enterprise while singer, songwriter and photographer, TY Bello discussed at length how she learned to cope without a father figure at a young age.
This week on Episode 8 of King Women, CEO of No Left Overs, Ayodeji Megbope best known for starting her mega Moin-Moin business with N1,000 took the stage and it was an absolutely motivating story. She talked on how she was not an A-student and how she was abused by a relative trusted by her parents.
Ayodeji goes further to discuss how she went from selling Moin-Moin in front of Corona School’s gate to getting America’s former First Lady, Michelle Obama to eat her Moin-Moin at the White House.
This is the best video you’ll watch this week.
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