Media personality Kemi Adetiba is one of the few Nigerian female music directors that has distinguished herself in the music industry for her well scripted visuals. She just debuted a lifestyle show titled ‘KING WOMEN’ that will most likely be a web series. She posted three trailers of her project on her youtube account; and i must say, this is truly the first of its kind. Hard hitting questions, not the fluffy stuff that is reminiscent of TV shows currently airing. She explains that it is a visual “movement” that acts as an accessible,online source of mentorship and emotional upliftment to young, impressionable ladies. In this fast paced world heavily influenced by social media, many young girls/ladies grow up without strong female influences to look up to. Mentors who nurture them not just mentally and emotionally, but ethically as well. Mentors who show them more than just how to be a woman “at home”, but how to succeed in a highly competitive world. More importantly, young people need to know that every successful person has a personal existence, which may in fact be dogged by distracting vagaries of life that need to also be successfully managed. A lack of understanding of this fact, creates a distorted view on how life works, and what it takes to get ahead. In the first teaser Funni Victor-Okigbo, popularly called “FVO” and CEO of No Surprises Events and the Wedding Company Nigeria, shares her life lessons, that starts with healing after losing her mother, just two weeks after the birth of her first baby. In the second teaser Tara Fela Durotoye talks about how she started her makeup franchise House of Tara with N15,000 only. Our featured women are of varying ages and have achieved success in various works of life. We tend to recognize their success, but know nothing about the hard work and the personal journey that led them there…. Until now Tara shares an anecdote about a time she urgently needed to raise N500,000 to help expand her business. Her initial loan request was denied by a bank, but armed with the “audacity of faith”, she tries again. In the 3rd teaser, photographer TY Bello (she discovered Olajumoke , bread seller turned international modelling sensation), talks about how finding God at an early age filled the void created by losing her father as a toddler. She takes something as abstract as spirituality, and molds it into something special, practical and personal to her. Her unwavering, unapologetic belief, also makes you want to BELIEVE! Share this:EmailFacebookTumblrLinkedInPrintGoogleTwitterPinterest Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.