The Begining

Emerging from humble beginnings as a daughter of a Nigerian police officer and a seamstress mother, Betty Irabor fondly known as Aunty Betty, learned the value of hard work and developed a strong conviction and drive.

Genevieve Magazine

At 45 years old, with only six years' industry experience Betty seized the day and her destiny by deciding to take the plunge and publish her own magazine-Genevieve. 13 years on and with her magazine blazing a trail while building her personal brand along with the Genevieve brand, Betty believes women cannot be said to be successful as long as traditional and cultural beliefs continue to hold down a huge percentage of young girls and stifling their growth and performances. “We must continue to push for the passing of the bill on Gender Equal Opportunities and obnoxious practices”.

The Genevieve Pink Ball Foundation

Breast Cancer awareness in Nigeria using the Genevieve platform. The foundation donated a Mammography machine valued at 9 Million naira to the Lagos state University Teaching hospital. In 2014 the foundation initiated the 100 patient challenge to raise funds for breast cancer patients for surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Breast cancer awareness and treatment is a project Betty is very passionate about and has received several recognitions and awards for her commitment to this cause.

Powede Lawrence

Powede Lawrence is a Nigerian model who has proved to the world that she was more than just a beauty queen but one with a difference.

The Beauty Queen

She is a graduate of Nursing from Niger Delta State University is a registered Nurse and midwife. Powede is also a veteran in the pageant ‎and beauty industry haven emerged as former winner of Miss University Nigeria and Miss University Africa in 2013. She further competed with other contestants in 2013 and was crowned MGBN Tourism 2013.

The Pilot

The model is presently an Aviation pilot certified by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA).

Her Foundation

She has a foundation called Powede Lawrence Foundation which aim is to advocate for people living with disabilities and the less privileged in the society.


AITUAJE IRUOBE aka WAJE: “No matter what people say about you, you need to trust in yourself and follow your dream, as soon or later….you will get closer to it”

The beginning

She started singing when she was a young girl.. In 2007, Waje decided to launch her music career. Though she still was a student, she sang at every given opportunity. Waje has a daughter, Emerald, who was born when Waje was 17 years old. The name of Emerald's biological father remains unknown.

The Multi- Awarded Winning Singer

In 2008, Waje featured as the female voice in P-Square’s hit track “Do Me”. Afterwards, her singing career boosted further as she participated in Advanced Warning (a reality TV show which featured artists that are on the verge of a breakthrough) and came out as the first runner up. The show was organised by MTV Base South Africa and ZAIN Nigeria.

In 2013, Waje released her self-titled debut studio album. Several her songs have received a number of award nominations and winnings. In 2014, Waje was nominated four times at the World Music Awards: World Best Album, World Best Live Act, World Best Female Entertainer and World Best Entertainer.

Her work for the community

Waje is currently working with the youths of her community through an organisation she calls WajeSafeHouse, where she teams up with other NGOs quarterly to help fight for their cause.