Woman of Substance

is aimed at celebrating women who have made their marks in their chosen endeavors. Not everyone had the opportunity of watching and listening to the stories these distinguished women have shared; the essence of which went beyond getting their stories to fulfill a career obligation to more importantly serving as encouragement for other women to keep to what they do and give it their all. It was in the light of this that WOS Nigeria, a print publication, was born.

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The magazine focuses on women who have risen to an enviable height in their chosen careers but who may be largely under-reported with the aim of celebrating their achievements whilst serving as inspiration to other women yet to mark their mark in their fields of endeavour

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WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE debuted on TV Continental, Lagos in 2008 and is aimed at celebrating women who have made their marks in their chosen endeavors. WOS Magazine was first published and distributed in January 2013 and has showcased women who have excelled in their careers irrespective of race, nationality, religion and or location.

The Woman of substance is resourceful, smart, an achiever with a strong CAN-DO spirit and we are out to feature their stories in recognition of their achievements. Building on the strength and vision of the TV programme, WOS has organized the “Pride of Women Award” honoring a few of the outstanding women in Nigeria. Over 1000 women have appeared on Woman of Substance (TV/MAGAZINE) telling their stories and encouraging other women.

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8-Year-Old Girl Defiled In Plateau State By 57-Year-Old Man

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INEC Receives 52.3% Signatures On Dino’s Recall

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