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Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo Celebrates Nigerian Women On International Womens Day

Outspoken International Journalist and Nigeria’s foremost social critic and social media personality Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo, a US trained award winning Pharmacist, Journalist and Public Relations Specialist is celebrating Nigerian women on International Womens Day Wednesday March 8th 2017 on her popular internet world news platform HNNAfrica.

Olunloyo has been featured on several global media outlets on social topics in many areas more recently on Xenophobia in South Africa, FGM, Gender equality in the International Business times. 28TooMany, a UK charity working on eradicating Female Genital Mutilation also featured her in #FGM awareness campaigns in 2016 and 2017.

The Daily Post Nigeria features Olunloyo regularly on her hard hitting social topics on Instagram. She is a bold, fearless, outspoken female Nigerian who also runs her own grassroots foundation empowering Nigerian kids into helping themselves and educating them on technology at #MadamHNNFoundation. Olunloyo is the CEO and News Director of HipHossip News Net #HNNAfrica a popular world news online platform in Nigeria serving world news.

She will be celebrating some dynamic Nigerian women on #IWD2017 on #HNNWomen asking them what makes them Nigerian? Join her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @HNNAfrica to see the feature. We celebrate a bold, blunt, fearless, high self esteemed community activist, Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo this International Women’s Day 2017.



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Peace is a wife and mother who reports and analyses global trends from the perspective of a Deeva; in the hope of invoking a thought process that will lead to a positive change.

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