By Aa’ishah Sarumi, Lagos

THE main auditorium of the University of Lagos, Akoka was painted with excitement as Ayo Megbope, the Chief Executive Officer of ‘No left overs’ explained how her N1000 start-up ‘moi- moi’ business fund took her to the White House,
United States of America.

This fun-filled leadership programme was organised by Impact leaders club, UNILAG chapter in conjunction with Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC) on Thursday.

Megbope was trained as a secretary at Jekolad Secretarial School in Mushin, a suburb of Lagos; worked as a confidential secretary at Corona Schools.

Due to some constraints, she left in search of a greener pasture which was the bean cake (moi-moi) sale that took her to the White house.

She however mentioned that being nice, believing in oneself, focusing in service, making wise investment, building a network and planning were keys to being a successful entrepreneur

Other dignitaries that attended the programme were Dr kunle Hamilton, Christine Baiyekusi and Kemi Faseun ( a senior partner at KPMG).

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