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Thursday, 9 June 2016

URGENT! The Woman Workshop. (4 Tickets Up For Grabs!)

We are providing materials for the training as included in the cost.

To Register For The Two-Day ‘The Woman Workshop’ which is billed to hold on Saturday and Sunday, June 11 and 12 respectively at Banex Hotel, Maryland.


Participants will benefit a lot from areas such as wig making, professional makeup/gele, hair fascinators, CV writing, interview, poise and lots more.

Expected at the workshop are Cynthia Eires a wig making expert, Juliet Binitie a guru when it comes to woman, balance and leadership, Annah Ayodele a milliner-hats and fascinator trainer as well as other experts.

The two-day event promises to be worth your money and time.

-Zoe Chinaka. 

The above are the words of the brainchild of the Woman Workshop, Zoe Chinaka. I've always dreamed of doing something like this so when I tuned into Naija Info 99.3fm I had to be a part of it. It's a lot better to teach someone to fish than to give them fish. Had I heard of this sooner I would have done this before now but it's better late than never. 

The image above contains the different skills that will be taught and guess what, it's going to be fascilitated by some of the greatest hands in the industry. 

So I decided to get tickets for FOUR TTB readers and all you have to do is 

- Be female. 
- Be presently unemployed (the reason for this is that I would like to pay for persons who would find it difficult to pay for themselves). 
- Be able to be in Lagos this weekend as the program is on the 11th and 12th of this month. That's in two days. 
- Send an email NOW to me and tell me why you would like to be a part of this program. Please keep it very brief as time is extremely limited. 

For those who can afford to pay for this, please call the number above. It's N20,000. 


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