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.
Stories from our contributors
Evidently, the transracial desperation—truly a puzzling mindset in and of itself—is real out in these streets. Shout out to Rachel Dolezal for setting the precedent for people to swap out the privilege their birth skin affords them and slip into minority races like a...read more
It is rude, wicked and mischievous for anyone to steal my photograph to attach it to a stupid audio of some person talking trash about a woman in "African orange suit flowers pretty pretty" (whatever that means)! -Ify Onyegbule Anderson The world woke up last weekend...read more
By Peace Morrison Interview with the pharmacist-turned-politician and the Lagos state Commissioner for Youth and Social Development, Princess Uzamat Folasayo Akinbile-Yusuf. She opens up about being a philanthropist and the joy that comes from empowering and...read more
Special adviser to the president on media and publicity, Mr Femi Adesina has rallied round his boss following growing concerns that the present administration has not lived up to expectations. Mr Adesina who expressed confidence that President Muhammadu Buhari will...read more