Top Entrepreneur, Fifi Ejindu’s Pan African Mission

Top Entrepreneur, Fifi Ejindu’s Pan African Mission

Beautiful and elegant Princess, Fifi Ejindu, has no doubt made a great impact in Nigeria’s business world. Though a trained architect, her great contribution to the nation’s economy would be well documented and would definitely outlive her.

The brilliant woman prides herself as one of Nigeria’s leading female architects, a fashionista, and an entrepreneur. She has a rich and diverse entrepreneurial journey that has helped to shape the business world. Her path to success includes a series of ventures that have significantly contributed to the architectural world in particular.

On many occasions, she has been given kingly treats by some of the most powerful men and women in and outside the country. Indeed, such is the life of this great Cross River State-born businesswoman and philanthropist.

A great woman by all standards. Even when the elegant and sophisticated woman has conquered Nigeria’s business climate, she takes delight as an African, where great potential lies. With her connections and influence that transcends the shores of the African continent, the intelligent woman is uniting African countries through trade and investment.

Many would recall that last October, the renowned cerebral business magnate was inducted as the president of the Angola-Nigeria Business Council in Abuja.

During the induction, Ejindu vowed that she was more optimistic that her induction as President of the Business Forum would birth a smooth symbiotic relationship and also foster positive economic gains which would boost the two countries’ GDP.

It is an understatement that she has walked the talk as she has showcased herself as someone ready for selfless service to humanity. She has breathed fresh life into the council and given it a wing to fly.

Society Watch gathered that the council has recorded an unimaginable feat since its inception last year.

This was disclosed a few weeks ago at the Radisson Blu, Victoria Island, Lagos when it hosted eminent personalities to Angola-Nigeria Diplomatic-Business Investment. Some of the guests at the interactive session include Nigerian former President, Olusegun Obasanjo; former senate president, Bukola Saraki; Segun Awolowo, Vice President of the Council, and Engineer Antonio dos Santos Domingos, among several others.

It was gathered that the high-flying woman wowed other dignitaries at the session with the depth of her intellect and critical analysis of trending issues in the global economy and trading.

She was applauded by Obasanjo as well as Saraki for her effort and ingenuity aimed at harnessing Angola and Nigeria’s business initiatives.

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