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Join Osayi Alile, Omoyemi Akerele, Oke Maduwesi & Others at the ‘Women For Change’ Breakfast this Saturday!

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Women for Change
, the women’s network of This Present House, invites all women to its first breakfast meeting for the year themed Impact Conference. It promises to be a memorable event that will bring impact-making women from different sectors together to meet, celebrate, network and share.

The highly anticipated event will feature panelists who are professionals in different fields ranging from medicine, finance, non-profit, law, education, beauty and fashion sharing their journeys of impact and relevance.

Date: Saturday, August 1st, 2015
Time: 8 AM
Venue: The Dome, This Present House, Freedom Way, Lekki Phase 1

To RSVP text or call: 08129011291 | Email: [email protected]

For more information about the event, follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @MyTPH and @Women4Changeng

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4 Comments

  1. miss complain

    July 29, 2015 at 12:02 pm

    BN please check your system,the menu box on the left top is blocking your posts, half of the page is blank.I don’t think is from my phone.I can’t your block for like two weeks

  2. upset much

    July 29, 2015 at 9:49 pm

    one of the speakers, Dr Atoke Isavwe, how is she a speaker biko? I’ve been to her hospital in Lekki, staff morale is so low. And no wonder…after 10 minutes of being in her company i had to end the meeting she takes pleasure in making people around her feel small. The whole encounter made me so upset I had to write a note to dear future self titled how not to relate with people. shio!

    • Taijei

      October 21, 2015 at 9:30 am

      I am sorry to hear that you had to go through this at Dr. Afoke’s clinic. But I have had a totally different experience. She is a conscientious doctor. 3 years ago, her follow up and feedback saved my father from death, when he was referred to a tertiary hospital. She had given him a reference letter to undergo surgery at a different hospital, but on the way we noticed he was getting worse so we had to make a detour to General Hospital. (GH)

      At GH, we were ignored and he was left unattended to, despite all our protests. But then Dr. Afoke called back to check on the progress of the patient. When we told her what was happening, she promptly called the Medical Director and pronto, 4 doctors appeared from nowhere and started giving him treatment which eventually saved his life!

      I will always be thankful to Dr. Afoke. Most doctors would not have done that. Usually after referral, the patient is on his own. No one calls back to check anything. Oh, and by the way, all this took place at 4a.m. in the morning!

  3. irenealoh

    August 7, 2015 at 12:27 pm

    @miss complain,u’re right.I don’t tink d fault is 4rm ur phone,b’cos I hav d same problem.I’m glad u complained about it, cos I also used 2 tink dat d fault is 4rm my phone.Pls BN, do something about it.I’ve not been able 2 read anytin 4rm ur blog 4 d past 3 wks.

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