By Vivian Onyebukwa
the Managing Director of WhiteRose International Group, Ayobami Kareem, has tasked Nigerian women to learn skills in male-dominated professions to break down prejudice.
Having risen through the ranks to become a leader herself, she said that for women to walk on male-dominated ground to close the professional gender gap, they have to work twice as hard to win the job. professional respect from their male colleagues.
Ayobami, who found herself in a male-dominated profession, noted that women cannot help but notice the deep-seated gender biases in Nigerian industries.
She explained her perseverance as a woman who intends to break through the glass ceiling in a sector where there were few in the profession.
She spoke at the launch of Camelot Mews by WhiteRose, a fine selection of one-bedroom apartments, two-bedroom apartments and four-bedroom semi-detached units. The luxury development, located in an affluent area, is currently the big deal in the Lagos real estate scene. It was a colorful open house program, which took place in Lekki, Lagos.
She said: “In a world where over 80% are men and a heavily male-dominated industry, it’s rare to find women in charge, but women need to break down biases through education and innovation. “
She affirmed the need for women to be innovative, especially with technical skills and real estate expertise in a male-dominated profession.