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Against the Odds with Peace Hyde EP04 hosts Ada Osakwe

Ada Osakwe is a Nigerian economist, an entrepreneur and corporate executive, who is the founder and chief executive officer of Agrolay Ventures, an agribusiness investment company based in Nigeria, which invests in African agricultural food-related companies. A few years ago her world came crushing down when the Nigerian government tore down her business. Find out how she recovered against all Odds. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/category/tv-shows/against-all-odds/...

Against the Odds with Peace Hyde EP03 hosts Nike Davies-Okundaye

Chief Nike Davies-Okundaye is one of the internationally known and renowned female designers and artists. She was brought up amidst the traditional weaving and dying practice in her native village of Ogidi in Western Nigeria. Nike has used her international success to launch a cultural revival in Nigeria. She is the Founder and Director of four art centres which offer free training to over 150 young artists in visual, musical and performing arts – one of which is the largest art gallery in West Africa, compromising over 7,000 artworks. She sits down with Forbes Woman to chronicle her inspirational journey. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/category/tv-shows/against-all-odds/...

Against the Odds with Peace Hyde EP02 hosts Toyin Sanni

Toyin Sanni is a lawyer, chartered secretary, stockbroker and author with over 30 years’ experience in senior management positions in investor services, law and finance. But her rise to the top of the Nigerian finance sector has not been without its fair share of drama. In this episode of Against The Odds, she shares her remarkable journey rising to the top of the extremely male dominated industry. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/category/tv-shows/against-all-odds/...

Against the Odds with Peace Hyde EP13 hosts Philomena Kwao

Philomena Kwao is an accomplished model, an advocate for maternal health and women's rights, and a fierce role model for positive body image and self-love. On this episode of Against All Odds, she shares her remarkable journey overcoming adversity to the top of the UK modelling scene as a plus sized model. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/category/tv-shows/against-all-odds/...

Against the Odds with Peace Hyde EP11 hosts Olajumoke Adonowo Founder of AD Consulting

Described as Africa’s Starchitect, Olajumoke Adonowo Founder of AD Consulting knows a thing or two about contemporary architecture in Africa. Her designs have won several awards both at home and internationally but it is her story of finding her purpose that has made her the woman she is today. Catch her inspirational story with Peace Hyde on this episode of Against the Odds with Peace Hyde. http://cnbc.africa/category/tv-shows/against-all-odds/

Against the Odds with Peace Hyde EP10 hosts Linda Ikeji

This episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde chronicles the journey of one of the most successful bloggers in West Africa, Linda Ikeji. From humble beginnings, Ikeji had to not only find ways to overcome poverty but also provide for her family. Catch her prolific rise from model to superstar blogger on this episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde.

Against the Odds with Peace Hyde EP9 hosts Betty Irabor, founder of Genevieve magazine

Betty Irabor has been a leader in the Nigerian publishing sector for over 14 years. But that journey has not been without difficulties. From humble beginnings as the daughter of a Nigerian police officer and a seamstress, Irabor had all the odds stacked against her but somehow she managed to change her narrative to become the founder of her own magazine - Genevieve and thereby paving the way for thousands of Nigerian women. Find out about her inspirational story on Against The Odds with Peace Hyde.

Against the Odds with Peace Hyde EP8 hosts Uche Pedro, founder of Bella Naija

Uche Pedro is the founder of Bella Naija, one of the fastest-growing digital media businesses on the continent covering entertainment, fashion and lifestyle. Voted as one of the most influential tech entrepreneurs on the continent, Pedro shares her journey as one of the pioneers of new media in Nigeria. ‘Watch’ her gripping story on this episode of Against the Odds with Peace Hyde.

Against the Odds with Peace Hyde EP7 hosts Thuli Madonsela

As one of the 11 technical experts who helped the Constitutional Assembly draft the final constitution of South Africa in 1994 and 1995, Thuli Madonsela is one of South Africa’s fiercest public protectors. When widespread corruption was uncovered by powerful business men which led all the way to the country’s seat of power, Madonsela chose to defend the people instead of bow down to threats made on her life. Watch her gripping story on this episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde.

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