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19 Mar

#COVID-19: WIMBIZ CARES, STAY SAFE

#COVID-19: WIMBIZ CARES, STAY SAFE The Coronavirus (COVID -19) is currently affecting 162 countries and territories around the world with an estimated number of 96,234 active cases. As at March 18, 2020, the Federal Minister of Health, Dr. E. Osagie Ehanire MD, FWACS confirmed five fresh cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria. According to the Centre for...

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20 Nov

WIMBIZ CONDEMNS THE INHUMANE ACTS OF VIOLENCE IN KOGI STATE DURING THE RECENT ELECTIONS

WIMBIZ CONDEMNS THE INHUMANE ACTS OF VIOLENCE IN KOGI STATE DURING THE RECENT ELECTIONS Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) condemns the inhumane acts of violence in Kogi State during the recent elections and calls for urgent legal action against the perpetrators. Over the last few days, the turn of events in Kogi […]

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24 Oct

4 KEY THINGS I’VE LEARNT FROM WIMBIZ ANNUAL CONFERENCE OVER THE YEARS – BY AYODOTUN ROTIMI-AKINFENWA

4 KEY THINGS I’VE LEARNT FROM WIMBIZ ANNUAL CONFERENCE OVER THE YEARS – BY AYODOTUN ROTIMI-AKINFENWA I think I started attending WIMBIZ conferences in 2011 and even then, it wasn’t by choice. As far as I knew, my office was sending me and my colleagues on one of the many training sessions we attended from […]

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24 Oct

NETWORKING FOR SUCCESS AT THE 2019 WIMBIZ ANNUAL CONFERENCE BY SOLA ADESAKIN

NETWORKING FOR SUCCESS AT THE 2019 WIMBIZ ANNUAL CONFERENCE BY SOLA ADESAKIN Sometime in May 2019, I met a young man at an event I had been invited to speak at. The Moderator of the event had asked that we network for about 10 minutes. This young man walked up to me at the back […]

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04 Jul

WIMBIZ PRESS RELEASE ON ASSAULT BY SENATOR ELISHA ABBO

WIMBIZ PRESS RELEASE ON ASSAULT BY SENATOR ELISHA ABBO Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ) wholeheartedly deplore and condemn the actions displayed in the online viral video showing Senator Elisha Abbo repeatedly verbally and physically assaulting a lady. The laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria do not support this...