S1 E4: Wale Lawal
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Wale Lawal is a research and consulting professional, and was recently named to the Quartz list of top African innovators. Educated at Corona School, Bath, LSE & Oxford, Wale is a senior researcher at Harvard Business School’s Africa Research Center, a co-founder at GatePass, and the founder and editor-in-chief of The Republic, a journal of Nigerian and African affairs. He’s been a thought provoking voice on Twitter in recent years and is recognisable around Lagos with his signature print and Panama hats.
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