Vol 1. No 10 – Yetunde Babaeko

On a faithful day, her children begged to be taking to this Hip-hop dance class and reluctantly, she did. At the class, she forgot it was the lot of her children to learn the dance moves; rather she was captivated by the fluidity between the instructor and the music. To her, it was the art of dancing and the only thought she held in her mind was to capture the magic moment by clicking the shutter of her professional camera. She later met the founder of the Society for the Performing Arts of Nigeria (SPAN) and so began the conversation and several meetings that eventually gave birth to her most recent exhibition—the Eko Moves. In this conversation with Yetunde Ayeni-Babaeko, you will discover how a busy mother started her business from the comfort of her home.



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