Aisha Ochuwa bags Entrepreneur of the Year award nomination from CEOs Network Africa


Nigerian female entrepreneur, lawyer and criminologist,  Tella Aisha Ochuwa, has been nominated for the Entrepreneur of the Year award by CEOs Network Africa in ‘The Under 30 CEOs category.

The dinner award with the theme: “Celebrating The Excellence In Our Diversity”, will commemorate the fifth anniversary of CNA, holds at the Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Centre, Abuja, on December 16th, 2023.

The award nomination of Aisha Ochuwa is a celebration of her excellent strides as a young and independent woman, as well as her undeniable influence and impact in her area of venture as an entrepreneur.

Aisha Ochuwa, an investment consultant, is CEO of Everything Beautiful by AO, and owner of two jewellery business brands, Aisha Ochuwa Luxury and AishaOchuwa Jewellery. The quintessential jewellery mogul started in the business 12 years ago while still an undergraduate, and it has morphed into a one-stop-shop for the top brass across different industries in Nigeria.

According to Aisha Ochuwa, a native of Auchi, Etsako West Local Government Area, Edo State, her passion for business dates back to her formative years, and inclination as jewellery merchant, a knack for things that glitter.

“The Aisha Ochuwa brand has different sectors, namely Aisha Ochuwa Jewellery, for the sale of stainless-steel jewellery with Zirconia stones, Aisha Ochuwa Luxury, for pure gold and diamonds, Shop Aisha Ochuwa, for sales of bags and there is also the business consultancy firm”, she said while detailing her business structure.

“I chose the jewellery business because I really love shiny things; shiny metals, stones and everything luxurious. I remember when I would knit caps and sell them to neighbours. I also turned my mother’s wrappers into clothes for dolls and teddies. So, I was exposed to business at a very young age and I can confidently say it has paid off”, Aisha Ochuwa said.

Earlier this year, Tella Aisha Ochuwa, was conferred with the Icon of Youthful Inspiration award, by the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Joint Campus Committee, Lagos. It came on the heels of her inclusion in the Sir Ahmadu Bello Sardauna Platinum Distinguish Leadership Award by NANS, for her immense contribution to humanity, youth and development.

“Philanthropy was one of the major reasons for my decoration as NANS Matron. I try my best to make education easy for students by supporting them in my little ways,” said Aisha Ochuwa, also known as Aisha Ochuwa luxury

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