Workshops for Parents & Teachers

The workshops take place ONLINE on Friday July 2, 2021.

Bowale Agboade

Bowale is a serial entrepreneur with a deep passion for empowering female entrepreneurs with skills and knowledge to help them succeed in life and business. She is the Founder of Entrepreneur Girl Africa, a thriving community of African business women.
She is also the founder of Kid Entrepreneurs , Nigeria's foremost entrepreneurship academy for kids aged 5 to 15 years with presence in primary schools and weekly segments in The Guardian Newspaper.
Bowale's work in Entrepreneurship has earned her multiple awards including Inspiration Award by Symbol of Hope foundation in Association with United Nations, British Council Award for Business Acceleration, and so on. and Media features by Business Day, Arise Tv, Wazobia TV, Guardian Newspaper etc
She is a Mentor and Associate Member of WIMBIZ and also serves as Director on the board of several companies.
Bowale is a Lawyer by profession , she is Married to Deji and they have 3 amazing kids.

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How To Develop Entrepreneurial Streak In Your Children

Thursday July 1, 2021

Craig Heaton

Craig Heaton has over 25 years educational experience, as a schoolteacher and Head Teacher. During the course of his career he has taught across the educational age range in seven different schools. He was appointed to his first headship position at the age of 30 and has held successful headship positions in a further five schools.
Mr. Heaton's headships have been diverse in nature ranging from a small UK inner city primary school to a 650 strong international school in South East Asia! Currently, he is the HeadTeacher of St. Saviour's School Ikoyi in Lagos, Nigeria. Additionally, he sits on the Council of British International Schools (COBIS) Board and is a qualified School inspector.
He believes every child has the potential to excel through the development of individual talents and it is the responsibility of educators to create the optimum learning environment for children to succeed.

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Raising Independent And Resilient Learners

Friday July 2, 2021

Ifeyinwa Omesiete

She is a certified Nutritionist with a Bsc in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, USA.
She consults at various hospitals for children of all ages; where she treats medical and dietary ailments. She creates and introduces innovative recipes designed to improve a child’s diet based on their diagnosis, physical activity and age requirements. Her experience ranges from picky-eaters to the management of genetic and chronic diseases.
She co-founded Nutrition4kidsng; which is an online platform that educates parents on the importance of proper nutrition, effective feeding techniques and must-have skills designed to introduce a child to a variety of wholesome meals between the ages of 6 months-6 years.
Through her social media platforms, she educates and shares her personal experiences on how to live in the modern world,whilst raising healthy and well-nourished children.
One of her many goals is to relieve parents of the stress and guilt of wondering how to feed their children the right way, while cultivating a healthy family lifestyle

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Feed Them Right: Superfoods For Children

Friday July 2, 2021

Olubunmi Aboderin Talabi

Olubunmi Aboderin Talabi is an author; the publisher of Clever Clogs Books; and the convener of the Akada Children's Book Festival. She is passionate about creating visually-engaging, culturally-relevant content for children, and has a desire to see steadily increasing literacy rates within her community and others. Olubunmi is also the immediate past Executive Council Chairperson of Women in Management, Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ); the Chairperson, Board of Trustees, of the OA Foundation; and was a Member of the Media and Publicity Sub-Committee for the 2019 Nigerian Economic Summit. Olubunmi also sits on the board of Punch Nigeria Limited; Punch Commercial Printing and is a Trustee of the Punch Media Foundation.
Olubunmi has written a number of articles in the areas of commerce, agriculture, resource maximization, sanitation and land use in Nigeria. Her passion for writing developed into collaborating with talented artists to create beautifully-illustrated children's picture books designed to make reading attractive, inspire innovation and excite children, parents and teachers. Her published works include: Tobi Visits the Conservatory; Kob the Antelope; Diary of a Toddler; Tobi Bakes A Cake; Tobi Learns To Swim and Why Do You Wash Your Hands? ( Olubunmi has read her books and given keynote speeches at numerous conferences; schools; book clubs; and events in various parts of Nigeria and internationally.
Olubunmi, has a Bachelor's degree in Economics from City University London, and has also completed the General Management Program at Harvard Business School as well as the Advanced Management & Leadership Program at Oxford University Said Business School. Olubunmi is a member of the Institute of Directors Nigeria; the Young Presidents' Organization; the Corporate Governance Society of Nigeria and the Harvard Business School Alumni Association of Nigeria.
Articles written by Olubunmi have been published in several national daily newspapers, such as PUNCH, BusinessDay, Guardian, Nation, Vanguard, New Telegraph, Sun, This Day and others.

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Raising Moneywise Children

Saturday July 3, 2021

Tonye Faloughi-Ekezie

Tonye Faloughi-Ekezie is a wife, mother and entrepreneur. As the head of TEEOF Media, she consults on media and entertainment projects for a range of clients. In her early years Tonye attended school and university in the UK and USA, before eventually relocating back to Nigeria, working on, and commissioning major projects for such companies as Endemol South Africa, MNet and Storm 360. Imbibed with an entrepreneurial spirit from her father, Tonye started her own company, TEEOF Media, in 2011.
In 2012 Tonye married her best friend Ugo Ekezie and in 2013 they welcomed their first child, a boy, Ugo Jr., and in 2015 their second child, a girl, Simone. However, Simone had life threatening heart complications resulting from a late diagnosis of Down syndrome. As a result, Tonye and her family had to relocate to save her daughter’s life. In May 2018 with the good news of Simone’s heart functioning as normal, Tonye was able to return to Nigeria.
With the life lessons learnt and the experience of being a mother, she created the book series “Ugo and Sim Sim”. She has now turned her entrepreneurial drive to not only raising awareness about special needs, but also to children’s content after noticing a severe lack of entertainment representing black African children, special needs children and those who fall into both categories.
Hence, the creation of “Simone’s Oasis”, a hub dedicated to black African children. Currently on all social media platforms and YouTube, kids can enjoy fun stories, books, music, videos, cartoons and more that have them fully represented! Parents are included too! Grown-ups will be able to join the Simone's Oasis community on everything parenting from how to potty train, to home schooling, to caring for a child with special needs.
The full Simone’s Oasis platform launches in the near future.

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Reading To Children With Special Needs

Friday July 2, 2021

Toyin Onigbanjo

Oluwatoyin Onigbanjo is an award-winning child nutrition advocate and Founder of Augustsecrets, a fast-growing innovative child nutrition company based in Nigeria.
She is a children’s recipe developer, author, family enthusiast and gender & growth advocate for women. Toyin holds a Masters’ Degree in International Affairs from the University of Lagos, A Bachelor’s Degree in English & Literature from Kogi State University and a Diploma Certificate in Child Nutrition from the Stanford University (Online)
She is the recipient of the Graca Machel Gender Lens Award for her innovative strides in child nutrition and women empowerment in West Africa. She is the author of the Augustsecrets Meal Plan, which has arguably been the best-selling recipe book for children in West Africa along with feeding thousands of children with the cereals manufactured at Augustsecrets-Jaden’s Meals.
Her company, Augustsecrets is a recipient of several awards including the Food Safety Award by Royal DSM International in 2018. Jaden’s Meals are African-inspired, natural cereals for children sold in more than 300 stores within Nigeria, Ghana & Canada.
Toyin was listed as one of Ynaija & Leading Ladies Africa’s Most Inspiring Women 2018, and one of Nigeria’s Most Innovative Women Entrepreneurs by SME100, and also the Her Network Woman of the Year 2018. She has been featured in various publications including The Guardian Woman, Business Day and many others. Oluwatoyin was the 2nd Runner up at the first Samsung Nigeria’s Food Art Competition in 2016.
She is a sought-after speaker and facilitator on issues relating to child nutrition, personal & family development, and growing scalable, women-owned businesses from scratch. She has represented Nigeria at various global panels and programmes, one of which is the ‘Accelerating the SDG Goal 2 of ending hunger and malnutrition’ in Thailand.v She has a handful of published articles and papers to her credit, one of which is “Curbing Child Malnutrition using traditional recipes and foods” was published in the Kenyan International Journal of Nutrition & Dietetics in Nairobi.
Oluwatoyin is happily married to Olawale and they have two beautiful children; Jaden and Joanna.

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Creating Endearing Memories With Your Children

Friday July 2, 2021


Learn how to read to a child with special needs and cater to the needs of each child as a parent and guardian. Develop their interest in reading, engage their minds while spending quality time with your child. Finally, learn creative ways to answer their many questions even as you read on together.


Get advice from a senior professional who has spent many years working with children and educators. Learn how to guide your children so that they can become resilient and independent learners, giving them the confidence and capabilities they may need to face the the future. Learn the 7Cs Strategies that will help a child thrive and how to cultivate this in your day-to-day interactions.


Learn the importance of developing an entrepreneurial mindset in your child. This session focuses on developing the mind of your child beyond technical skills and education. Learn how to raise a child who is future-ready. Do certificates and formal education alone guarantee a child will succeed in life? This session examines the relevance of other life skills, beyond technical and educational attainments.


As parents and guardians we have super busy lives and schedules at times. This session provides tips on optimising the time spent with your child, recognising bonding opportunities in day-to-day tasks and finding ways to proactively make the most of these occasions.


What are super foods and why are they are important in the development of a child's mind and meeting developmental goals? In this session, we learn about five super foods our children need in their diet to grow and develop creative minds.


Learn the five Ps of generating, preserving and growing wealth that transcends generations and gain tips for talking to your children about money management.

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