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Women on the winning Edge 2015

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It is a huge blessing to have this conference hosted in Lagos state. I am more than excited and can not keep the news to myself.

I am talking about the Women on the Winning Edge Conference hosted by my Mother and Mentor, Reverend Mrs Funke Felix Adejumo.

The event is scheduled as follows:

FRIDAY, 16TH JAN – WINNING EDGE DAY 1 – 4PM
SATURDAY, JAN 17TH  – WINNING EDGE DAY 2 – 9AM
SUNDAY, 18TH JAN – AFRICAN PRAISE NIGHT – 3PM

Why you should attend

  • This conference is a godly calling to all women to pump self-confidence into them; to raise godly women who will build good homes, raise Godly children, be wealthy, and stand toe to toe with other women of various cadres without denying the faith.
  • Your potentials as a woman is about to encounter destiny
  • It is absolutely FREE
  • Free Transportation is available for students on college/university Campuses in Lagos state 
  • You would get a solution to any feminine/marital/career/ministerial challenge

Who would be speaking?

The best and brewed of our nation. Click here to See info on each Speaker

 Trust me, we have everything in place to make it a memorable experience for you.
Oh yes, one little gossip (In a whisper), there would be shop for free at the event!!!


Register for the event Here


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