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BlogTour 2: Jenny Chisom Hosted at Prosper B Wealth Blog

Yay! This blog tour is sure fun and I have gotten some people telling me how they are discovering what they didn't know about me by reading my interviews. Here, I spoke to another Nigerian Blogger Prosper Wealth and here is an excerpts:

1) Tell us about yourself:
Jenny: I am a 34 years old Nigerian girl born in Portharcourt and raised in Aba. I schooled in Aba, Calabar, Owerri and proceeded to Sokoto for my NYSC before coming to live and work in Abuja almost 8 years ago. Coming from a large family and second of seven siblings, I am a natural observer and innovative thinker. Having studied English, Literature and also Entrepreneurship Management equipped me to discover and express myself beyond my mostly conservative upbringing.
I am known popularly as Jenny Chisom but my full name is Helen-Jennifer Chisom Opara. Close family members call me Chichi.
 I started a small content development company, Logos Audibles in 2010 and with it has floated my passion projects – The Login Blogging Enterprise Project, The Social Media Job Fair, and the Bloggers Party, which have encouraged a lot of online enterprise in Nigeria.

See details here and here.
2) Can you tell us about your ideal blog reader?
Jenny: Hmm! I can say, my ideal blog reader is the vivacious lively person who isn’t tired of learning and especially someone in search of unique business ideas and enterprise inspiration.
I also answered many more questions. Click to READ ALL HERE
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