I Like Girls

Oluwatosin Olaseinde is the founder of Money Africa, a financial literacy platform that arms people with information on how to save, invest and grow their money. Oluwatosin is well put together now in terms of money management, but she wasn’t always like this. In this episode, she talks about experiencing a financial awakening that pushed her to start taking her finances seriously. Through her story, we learn the importance of money management and what it’s like running a business like hers.

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“I Like Girls” is Aisha Salaudeen, Afolabi Adekaiyaoja, Peter Akinnusi, Samiat Alamutu, Dorcas Ohwofasa, Dooski, Mo Isu, Ruth Olurounbi and Banggz.

This episode is sponsored by Paystack.

Show Notes

Oluwatosin Olaseinde is the founder of Money Africa, a financial literacy platform that arms people with information on how to save, invest and grow their money. Oluwatosin is well put together now in terms of money management, but she wasn’t always like this. In this episode, she talks about experiencing a financial awakening that pushed her to start taking her finances seriously. Through her story, we learn the importance of money management and what it’s like running a business like hers. 

To get inside information about every episode, subscribe to our newsletter here. You will get behind-the-scenes information from Aisha Salaudeen, and find out what the rest of the team is up to. 

“I Like Girls” is Aisha Salaudeen, Afolabi Adekaiyaoja, Samiat Alamutu, Dorcas Ohwofasa, Dooski, Mo Isu, Ruth Olurounbi and Banggz. 

This episode is sponsored by Paystack.

What is I Like Girls?

This is a show about African women and the different experiences life throws at them for being women. Each episode of I Like Girls features stories that take you on a journey into the unanticipated ways life impacts women.