Mrs. Titilope Ejimagwa: First black 5-Star director of Longrich
By Guardian Exclusive
13 March 2021 | 7:43 pm
Dubbed the “Mother of Network Marketing in Africa” by networkers in the continent, Mrs. Ejimagwa is Longrich's First Black 5-Star Director and Global Icon of Longrich Bioscience. Since she started the networking business in the 90s, she has garnered over 10 million Nigerians to invest in several networking businesses.
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