The respected actress and Human rights activist had been in the US for a couple of weeks but flew in to be a part of the history making event #TEEP, which has brought together over 1,000 young people from across 51 African counties for which the Founder has committed $100 million to identify, support and grow 10,000 emerging African entrepreneurs over the next decade.
Omotola whose recent campaign is to eradicate poverty in Africa, wore a black caped jumpsuit and black pencil stilettos, with gold earrings and a lot of advices on entrepreneurship, confidence and tools for outstanding success.
Present were, The Vice President of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo (SAN); Chairman of Heirs Holdings, Tony O. Elumelu (CON); The Prime Minister of Benin Republic; Bishop David Oyedepo;Former ;DG (SEC) Arunma Oteh; CEO (BOI) Rasheed Olaoluwa; Financial Expert, Nimi Akinkugbe; CEO of Ebony Life TV, Mo Abudu, Governor Nasir El Rufai and many more made up the incredible line up of guests and speakers at the TEEP Bootcamp.
In one of her quotes, the poverty is sexist ONE ambassador who is also celebrating 20 years in entertainment this year, stated
" In life and business, you will always meet people who are better than you... You must do your research, believe and trust in yourself and your decisions, work smart and be consistent".