Akah And Claire Nnani Will Discuss how They Balance Work And Relationships
Youtube content creators and artistes Akah and Claire Nnani have been confirmed as speakers for ALAT by Wema, Nigeria’s first fully digital bank, during the third edition of the Talk Series.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Akah Nnani, a Nollywood actor and YouTube video creator, has appeared in The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, Lara and the Beat, Tinsel, Jenifa’s Diaries, and Omo Ghetto: The Saga.
Akah Nnani has also appeared in the iconic Africa Magic TV series Ajoche and is currently starring alongside comedian Basketmouth in the upcoming Showmax series Ghana Jollof. For Banana Island Ghost, he received an AMAA nomination for “Best Supporting Role.”
Claire Idera Nnani is a versatile artist who has worked as an illustrator, designer, and multimedia artist. She has worked as a freelance fashion designer and illustrator in the past. Lisa Folawiyo, Zashadu, Refashion Africa, Grey Velvet, Hugo Boss, and others are among her many clients. She also tutors students and conducts an independent fashion illustration and design class in Lagos.
The Nnanis will speak about “Relationship and Work: Lines Not to Cross” and discuss their relationship and how they’ve managed to juggle work and family. Aside from employment, they have a joint blog called ‘Akah and Claire,’ where they expose the complexities of their lives as a Nigerian working couple.
Healthy work-life balance has been one of the most pressing concerns for young people around the world, particularly during the pandemic. Before the event, attendees can submit questions using the hashtag #ALATTalkSeries on social media, or during the session, they can use the live chat option.
The third session of the series, titled Relationship, Love, and Work: How to Juggle It All, will take place via Zoom on Thursday, October 28th at 4 p.m. Hannah Jonathan, a clinical sexuality counselor, and Funmilayo Falola, Wema Bank’s Head of Marketing, Corporate Communications, and Investor Relations, are among the guests. This edition will be hosted by Gbemi Olateru-Olagbegi.
Attendees are anticipated to leave this program with useful skills and information that will assist them in creating, building, and managing their wealth.
ALAT by Wema has consistently demonstrated its support for young Nigerians across the country through a variety of youth-friendly projects, including a collaboration with SociaLiga and the ALAT Food Challenge campaign.
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