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9 Naija Women Share What Changed Their Lives In 2015


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2015 has come and gone but the lessons learned and changes experienced may last a life time. These 9 Naija women tell us what changed their lives in 2015.

I Got Married

In 2015 my husband proposed and in the same year we tied the knot! The most special day of my life happened in 2015 – Sayo, Doctor

I Got a Job

I have been searching for a job since I graduated 2 years ago. I finally got it in the early part of 2015.It was a big change.I finally could afford to take care of myself after being broke and scanning the street of Lagos – D.D, Content Manager

I Lost My Mum

My mum died suddenly at the age of 58. It changed the way I see life and treat my loved ones – Anonymous

I travelled Out of the Country for the First Time

I went to Kenya. I saw people with different cultures, food, lifestyles very different from mine. I know it sounds ridiculous but it really changed the way and things. My mind changed and got more refined- I guess – Cynthia, Event Manager

I Started My Business

So I quit my job to concentrate fully on fashion. It’s been hard – I had a lot of ups and downs but I wouldn’t change the experience for the world – Anu, Fashion Designer

I Had a Baby

It totally changed my life, routines, body. It’s crazy but it is also beautiful – Lolade, Banker.

I Cut My Hair

It changed my looks- obviously. It also changed the way I dress, my make-up style, choice of jewelries etc. It was definitely a big one for me – Chichi, Digital Community Manager

I broke Up With My Long Time Boyfriend

We’ve been dating for 5 years. Breaking up with him was hard because I really am not used to being single. So yes, it changed my life – Gabriella, Teacher

I Moved to Lagos From Kaduna

I got a new job in Lagos and had to move down here.It has made a huge difference in my life. The lifestyle I am used to in Kaduna is different from Lagos. Lagos is more fast-paced. I had to adjust very quick- it was slightly shocking but I am fine now – Busayo, Architect.


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