From left, Adesuwa Onyenokwe, Chioma Onwutalobi, Betty Irabor and Tewa Onasanya.
Running a magazine is no easy feat, especially if you live in Lagos, Nigeria, where resources such as printing presses, electricity and paper stock are not always easy to come by.
Despite these challenges, four entrepreneurial women have been able to start and lead magazines that cover topics ranging from fashion to domestic violence. The New York Times sat down with them to discuss their publications, their hardships and how to help empower women.
Read the article here.