Sweden-Nigeria look to strengthen Nigeria’s female leaders
20 November 2019 | 10:01 am
The Swedish Institute held the pilot edition of its ‘Leading Through Change’ initiative in Nigeria. The platform has trained 20 female leaders in the tech space. On the sidelines of the event, Programme Manager of the Swedish Institue, Ziba Zareie spoke to CNBC Africa’s Christy Cole on their plans going forward.
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