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See Leading Ladies Africa’s List Of Nigeria’s 100 Most Inspiring Women in 2019

This year’s International Women’s Day might have gone with the 8th of Match 2019, however, the women that make our world tolerable remain and they ought to be always celebrated.

With the theme, “Balance for Better”, this year’s women’s day is out to preach the importance of giving women the same opportunity that our world affords their male counterpart.

Leading Ladies Africa, a gender advocacy organization decided to practically celebrate women who have been sources of inspiration to their world despite the lopsided opportunity they get as a result of their gender.

Leadingladiesafrica.org, outline the named of 100 women who have been instrumental to the obvious changes we see in the country in some specific sectors.

The list, which is in its 5th edition, ” features 100 Nigerian women drawn from a diverse range of backgrounds and sectors who are deliberately impacting their world and local communities through the power and strength of their ideas and achievements. “

Here is The List of Nigeria’s 100 Most Inspiring Women in 2019

  1. Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin
  2. Abosede George-Ogan
  3. Adaku Ufere-Awoonor
  4. Adanna Steinecker
  5. Adebola Deji-Kurunmi
  6. Ade Balogun
  7. Adenike Akinsemolu
  8. Adenike Macaulay
  9. Adeola Fayehun
  10. Adesewa Hannah Ogunleyimu
  11. Adesua Dozie
  12. Aderoju Ope-Ajayi
  13. Amarachi Nwosu
  14. Anita Alaire Afoke Asuoha
  15. Anita Kouassigan
  16. Ariyike Akinbobola
  17. Audrey Joe-Ezigbo
  18. Awuneba Ajumogobia
  19. Ayo Mairo-Ese
  20. Bekeme Masade Olowola
  21. Bella Disu
  22. Betty Abah
  23. Bibi Bakare-Yusuf
  24. Bimbo Balogun
  25. Bimbo Ipaye
  26. Bisola Adeniyi
  27. Bisola Aiyeola
  28. Blondie Okpuzor
  29. Bola Tinubu
  30. Bukky Akomolafe
  31. Cherry Eromosele
  32. Chinwe Bode Akinwande
  33. Chinyere Anokwuru
  34. Cynthia Erivo
  35. Damilola Marcus
  36. Denike Balogun
  37. Dupe Olushola
  38. Eyitope Kola-Oyeniyin
  39. Eziaha Bolaji-Olojo
  40. Farida Kabir
  41. Fatima Kyari Mohammed
  42. Folasade Ambrose Medebem
  43. Folashade Bamisaye
  44. Funa Maduka
  45. Funmi Oyatogun
  46. Gbemi Adefuye
  47. Glory Osei
  48. Habiba Ali
  49. Ibijoke Faborode
  50. Ife Durosinmi Etti
  51. Ifedayo Agoro
  52. Ifeyinwa Ugochukwu
  53. Ivie Martins Ogbonmwan
  54. Jade Osiberu
  55. Julia Oku Jacks
  56. Kadaria Ahmed
  57. Kemi Olawoye
  58. Laja Adedoyin
  59. Lamide Akintobi
  60. Omolola Salami
  61. Maimuna Yaya Abubakar
  62. Margaret Mary-Wilson
  63. Mary Njoku
  64. Maya Horgan Famodu
  65. Modupe Odele
  66. Munira Suleiman Tanimu
  67. Nere Teriba
  68. Ngozi Nkwoji
  69. Nky Iweka
  70. Nwando Ajene
  71. Odunayo Eweniyi
  72. Ogochukwu Ekezie- Ekaidem
  73. Okwui Okpokwasili
  74. Oladunni Obata
  75. Olamide Agunloye
  76. Olutimehin Adegbeye
  77. Oluwaseyi Banigbe
  78. Omotayo George
  79. Onyedikachi Ekwerike
  80. Oseyi Etomi
  81. Oyinkansola Alabi
  82. Renee Chuks
  83. Ronke Onadeko
  84. Shalom Blac
  85. Simi Fajemirokun
  86. Sinmisola Hughes-Obisesan
  87. Stella Fubara-Obinwa
  88. Tayo Bolodeoku
  89. Temitope Jemerigbe
  90. Teniola Apata 
  91. Tito Bez-Idakula
  92. Tomi Adeyemi
  93. Tomilayo Aluko
  94. Tosin Durotoye
  95. Toyin Adesola
  96. Uju Udoka
  97. Ukinebo Dare
  98. Wadi Ben-Hirki
  99. Yagazie Eguare
  100. Yemi Chukwurah

You can read more about the impact made by these women here.

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