Thursday, June 27, 2013

Inspiration at its peak! House of Tara launches 100 Voices book



Renowned Nigerian beauty brand, House of Tara International, launched
its highly anticipated book House of Tara 100 Voices in an exclusive
event on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at The Four Points Hotel by Sheraton.
Present at the event were senior executives of Blue Chip companies,
financial institutions, Lagos State government and members of the
diplomatic corps.
Guests present also included Eku Edewor, Tosyn Bucknor, Bola Balogun
Glam Networks, Ufuoma Ejenobor, Mrs Kemi Ogunleye of PANA Television
among others.




“Selecting 100 stories out of several hundred entries sent in from all
over Nigeria was no easy feat,” said Cynthia Mosumola, one of the
inspiring women who selected the stories. “Everyone had something unique
and I was extremely inspired; it has taught me to never take for granted
investment in people".

Other inspiring women who selected the stories include Honourable Abike
Dabiri, Member of the Federal House of Representatives; Adesuwa
Onyenokwe Publisher of TW Magazine; Uche Pedro of Bella Naija; actress
Omoni Oboli; Toyosi Akerele of Rise Networks, On-air personality Tosyn
Bucknor, Funke Bucknor-Obruthe and Mrs Ibukun Awosika.

This book is to inspire other young Africans not just Nigerians to use
the stories of these 100 to challenge others to find a way to inspire
peopleĆ¢€ Mrs Ibukun Awosika said during her opening address.

With a foreword written by former World Bank Vice President, Africa
Division Dr Oby Ezekwesili, the book is a moving and emotional account
of 100 women and some men who have flourished as they worked as House of
Tara representatives. The young Nigerians who had their stories captured
in the book expressed what this experience meant to them and how they
had risen against all odds in a heart-felt documentary premiered during
the event.

The creative director and CEO of House of Tara International, Tara
Fela-Durotoye revealed that the company has established a fund to create
assistance for young people who did not have access to the required
capital to enable them become a House of Tara representative.

Mrs Fela-Durotoye closed the event saying, If anything should happen to
me, I would feel fulfilled by the lives of people in Nigeria and the
world that House of Tara has impacted.

For more information about the 100 Voices project, visit
www.100voices.houseoftara.com and follow @HouseofTara on Twitter.

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