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Act Now: Blessing Bassey

Blessing Bassey  By Julie Ibok  Blessing Bassey earned a bachelor's degree in pharmacy from the University of Uyo in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. She is currently studying as a Public Health Pharmacist at the West Africa College of Pharmacy.  Blessing is also a Longrich entrepreneur. In the year 2020,she started a business in Longrich, a multinational network company because its products helps in improving health and she didn't want to be entirely reliant on her salary. In this interview, she discusses her experience as a Longrich entrepreneur, as well as how women can benefit from the Longrich business model. Why did you choose Longrich as a business? I was inspired to join the Longrich business because it is one of the most profitable and satisfying business model you can think of today. They have a good network marketing scheme, which allows entrepreneurs to make profits. In addition, the company's diverse product line meets international quality standards.The company produ

EMEM PATRICK: NOW IS THE BEST TIME

Emem Patrick  By Julie Ibok.   Have you ever learnt a skill that came in handy for your personal need when you least thought about it?  Read how Emem Patrick sewed her own gorgeous wedding gown barely two weeks to her wedding and made herself up on her wedding day. Emem Patrick is a graduate of Marine Geology from the University of Calabar, Nigeria. She’s the CEO of Emines stitches and Empress make-over.  The Beginning ... A biblical proverb says train a child in the way he (she) should go... Emem started sewing at an early age. She could remember when she used to cut her mother’s wrapper and sew it with a needle and thread. While she was in secondary school, her mother saw the passion she had for sewing and bought her a sewing machine.  Again, at the University, Emem enrolled at a  Fashion Design school. She also started receiving training in Makeup Artistry. Her motivation for enrolling at a Fashion Design School was to learn “how to sew to avoid an argument with tailors” she said.