World Healthcare Women Contest


Obafemi Richard Jegede (Femi) is an ambitious and compassionate humanitarian focusing on lifting the vulnerable out of poverty, particularly women, youths, children, and girls. Pan-Africanism, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur with multiple years of leadership experience, with the ability to create wealth and inspire those around him. A panelist at the International Women's Day seminar organized by Women Will (March 2020). Women's Will is an initiative of Google. He studied Public Relations at Ogun State University, bagged Diploma in Data processing, a Diploma in Business management and entrepreneurship, a Diploma in Project Management, a Certificate in Transformational Leadership, and a Master's in View. Femi is the president and founder of the Women Reform Organization; an N.G.O. focused on women empowerment, skill acquisition, gender equality, business networking workshops, and entrepreneurship; G.B.V. Obafemi is an advocate for women and youth empowerment. He is the convener of the W.R.O walk against RAPE (2020), also appointed by the Unity of Nations Action for Climate Change Council(UNACCC) as Nigeria's Social Leader. This position is about humanity, kindness, and fairness. Obafemi nominated World's 1st "WHO'S WHO OF THE WORLD - Limited Gold Quinquennial Coffee Table Book" (Oct 2021. He worked as Minister of Trade and Economic Development for the Numi Kingdom. He was honored Professional Doctoral Certificate in Global Leadership & Management at European International University on 29 January 2022 in Bangkok, Thailand. Femi successfully got Women Reform Organization's international endorsement from the U.S.A.-based Queen, H.R.H. Queen Ameenata, The Queen of Ashanti Kingdom, Ghana (Sept. 2021). He was a speaker at two African Congress on Sickle Cell Disease in a Community Dialogue Session and spoke on "Low Self Esteem and Ways to Overcome it." The summit is UNDER THE HIGH PATRONAGE OF HIS EXCELLENCY CHIEF OLUSEGUN OBASANJO GCFR, Ph.D. (Former President of The Federal Republic of Nigeria), May 2021.