By Modupe Gbadeyanka
Betty Irabor has been a leader in the Nigerian publishing sector for over 14 years. But that journey has not been without difficulties.
From humble beginnings as the daughter of a Nigerian police officer and a seamstress, Irabor had all the odds stacked against her but somehow, she managed to change her narrative to become the founder of her own magazine- Genevieve, and thereby paving the way for thousands of Nigerian women.
Find out about her inspirational story on Against The Odds with Peace Hyde in partnership with Ecobank.
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