How to move back to Nigeria & enjoy it

So I get this a lot, especially from my Instagram page, “Deinte, your Lagos is very different oh. You look like you’re having a blast!” And every time I hear this, I can’t help but laugh. It’s definitely the same Lagos oh, and yes!… I am having a great time. I believe in order to enjoy life (wherever you are), it’s really about making a conscious choice to make the most of every situation you find yourself in.

Goodbye Europe, Hello Africa

High growth markets, a shortage of skills and the potential for innovation are driving Africans abroad to return home to exciting career opportunities. When Ernestina Ellen Boadi resigned from her job as an Events Management Executive in London, it wasn’t because she planned to switch to a better job in the city. Instead, the 30 […]

‘We’re on the cusp of a revolution, now is the time to come home’

My name is Raphael Afaedor, CEO, Supermart.ng, co-founder & ex-MD Jumia Nigeria. I’m a Software Engineer with a Master’s in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, an Entrepreneur and a member of the Africa Leadership Network. I left Nigeria right after high school for university. Life in a foreign country for me was very much […]

‘Just Do It’, Ivie Omoregie on Moving to Nigeria to Become a Corporate Lawyer!

Homecoming Revolution recently came across this inspiring story on the movebacktonigeria.com website. This week we had a chat with Ivie Omoregie who moved to Nigeria having been born and bred in the UK. Prior to relocating, Ivie had only been to Nigeria on holidays and never envisaged living here on a permanent basis. Find out in this […]

‘Move Back Based On Your Own Convictions’, Osato Aghatise Chats About Making The Big Leap!

Homecoming Revolution recently came across this inspiring story on the movebacktonigeria.com website. We were excited to catch up with Osato Aghatise this week. He moved back to Nigeria in August 2014, having spent half a dozen years abroad studying and working. In Nigeria, he is tackling what is arguably one of the fastest growing sectors; Ecommerce, from […]

“It’s okay to love and hate Africa” Diaspora Insights revealed at Homecoming Revolution event

Last week top Africans from South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda and Kenya attended the 1st Homecoming Revolution VIP Think-tank hosted at Norton Rose Fulbright offices in Johannesburg. Says, Angel Jones, CEO & Founder of Homecoming Revolution, “We wanted to find the key themes that drive African diaspora aspirations. We’re rolling out our South African best […]

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