Monday, December 3, 2018

Is Donald Trump’s Daughter- Tiffany, In Love With A Nigerian ?


US President Donald Trump is going to have much to think about before speaking politics at the dinner table now that his daughter Tiffany is dating an Arab who grew up in Nigeria .
Michael Boulos, the son of Lebanese business tycoon Massad Boulos, grew up in Nigeria, where his father runs Boulos Enterprises and SCOA Nigeria, a multi-billion-dollar conglomerate that trades in vehicles, equipment, retail and construction.
Boulos senior is married to the daughter of Lebanese businessman Zouhair Faddoul, whom he worked with before founding his own ventures.
Originally from the northern village of Kfaraakka in Lebanon, Michael moved to London to complete his undergraduate degree after graduating from an elite international school in Lagos.
Michael and his family regularly go to their mother country every summer for the holidays, and his father even ran for parliamentary elections in 2018 before withdrawing his nomination. Boulos senior was involved with politics previously, being a part of President Michel Aoun’s Free Patriotic Movement before falling out with it and joining the Marada Movement, headed by former minister Suleiman Frangieh.
Although news of their romance only just surfaced, the two have reportedly been seeing each other since the summer – when they met at a party on Greek island Mykonos with actress Lindsay Lohan, who splits her time between the US and Dubai.


“Tiffany is happy she has so far been able to keep things with Michael under the radar,” an insider told Page Six, which first broke news of the romance. “But she introduced him to her family at Thanksgiving, and he comes across as a very intelligent young man from a great family.”

Ahmed Musa, Davido, Bisola Aiyeola, Maraji make The Future Awards Africa 2018 Nominees list in #NigeriasNewTribe:














The Future Awards Africa (TFAA) has announced the nominees for the 13th edition of African youth awards set to hold on December 16th, 2018 at the Balmoral Centre, Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos.
With 20 award categories this year, the Central Working Committee unveiled one hundred (100) nominees which include artistes, Davido and Simi; footballer, Ahmed Musa; actor, Adesua Etomi; social media influencer and comedian, Maraji; entrepreneur, Chidi Ajaere, scientist, Dr Mahmoud Maina; Taekwondo expert, Thursdaline Peter and many more – representing a new class of innovators, philanthropists, activists, entertainers, technocrats and creators promoting the shared values of creativity, social good, and innovation while making impact in entertainment, professional service, agriculture, business and sports.
“Inducting these new set of performers into Nigeria’s New Tribe has been nothing short of inspiring as they have dutifully chosen the path of impact to their community, nation and the continent,” said Bukonla Adebakin, Chief Operating Officer of The Future Project. “We are reminded of how important it is to acknowledge the work of young Nigerians who have ignored limitations around them and excelling in their chosen fields.”
Visit awards.thefutureafrica.com to see the full nominees profiles. There is a one-week window to send all inquiries and clarifications on the list and profiles to info@thefutureafrica.com or call +234-802-222-6712.
Follow @tfaafrica on Twitter and Instagram to keep up with the latest news on the awards. The official hashtags for 2018 is#TFAA2018 and #NigeriasNewTribe. The Future Awards Africa 2018‎ is presented by The Future Project, Guaranty Trust Bank, and H20.
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Acting
Zainab Balogun (29)
Maryam Booth (24)
Bisola Aiyeola (32)
Adesua Etomi (31)
Alexx Ekubo (32)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Advocacy
Charles Odii (30)
Hauwa Ojeifo (26)
Samira Sanusi (30)
Gospel Martins (30)
Uche Kenneth (31)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Agriculture
Abdulfatah Sadiq (31)
Abubakar Sadiq Falalu (28)
Jesse Osiobe (31)
Oluwafemi Aliu (25)
Ayodele Sipasi Olalekan (32)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Business
Ladipo Lawani (30)
Sunkanmi Ola (26)
Chidi Ajaere (31)
Ronke Bamisedun (31)
Mohammed Jammal (31)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Comedy
Samuel ‘Broda Shaggi’ Perry (25)
Gloria ‘Maraji’ Oloruntobi (23)
Mark Angel (27)
Lasisi Elenu (29)
Adeyela ‘Omo Ibadan’ Adebola (23)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Creativity
Ken Nwadiogbu (24)
Kingsley Ayogu (23)
Ayobola Kekere-Ekun (25)
Haneefa Adam (27)
Uche Ugo (31)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Fashion
Tosin ‘Style-Infidel’ Ogundadegbe (30)
Ozinna Anumudu (26)
Papa ‘Maxivive’ Oyeyemi (26)
‘Emmy Kasbit’ Emmanuel Okoro (28)
Amy Akudo ‘Shekudo’ Iheakanwa (29)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Journalism
Hannah Ojo (30)
Linus Unah (26)
Kemi Busari (29)
Festus Iyorah (25)
Taiwo Adebulu (29)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Music
Damini ‘Burna Boy’ Ogulu (27)
Simisola Bolatito Ogunleye (30)
Niniola Apata (31)
Folarin Falz Falana (28)
Adekunle Gold (30)
Adewale ‘Mayorkun’ Mayowa Emmanuel (25)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for New Media
Nkechi (Ink) Eze (29)
Hope Obeten (30)
Fisayo Fosudo (22)
John Obidi (32)
Chidi Okereke (30)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for On Air Personality (Radio)
Awazi Angbalaga (24)
Sophia Anidugbe (28)
Cassandra George (24)
Foluwake ‘Folu Storms’ Ogunkeye (31)
Paul McPetros (24)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for On-Air Personality (TV)
Tomike Alayande (23)
Idia Aisien (27)
Olive Emodi (29)
Victor Mathias (31)
Osasu Igbinedion (26)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Photography
Tope ‘Horpload’ Adenola (29)
Emmanuel Oyeleke (30)
Damilola Onafuwa (27)
Chidi ‘Lex Ash’ Ashimole (27)
Fati Abubakar (32)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Technology
John Oke (24)
Adegoke Olubusi (25); Tito Ovia (25); and Dimeji Sofowora, (26)
Odunayo Eweniyi (25), Joshua Chibueze (25), Somtochukwu Ifezue (27)
Obi Omile Jr. (27)
Uchechukwu Emmanuel (25), Esumeh Aaron (25), Godwin Nwangele (24), Udeh Isaac Nnaemeka (26), and Kingsley Okereke (28)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Sports
Tobi Amusan (21)
Evelyn Akator (23)
Ahmed Musa (26)
Thursdaline Peters (31)
Ndidi Wilfred (21)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Screen Producer
Nadine Ibrahim (24)
Faraday Okoro (31)
Michael Psalmist Akinrogunde (23)
Adelapo ‘Lowladee’ Adeleke (28)
Noni Salma (32)
The Future Awards Africa & University of Sussex Prize for Education
Lubem Mtile, (29)
Wole Adedoyin (32)
Brenda McWilson (25)
Itodo Anthony (31)
Gideon Olanrewaju (31)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Professional Service
Uche Okafor (30)
Chinwe Egwim (31)
Catherine Kemi Onabanjo (31)
Mavi Mudiaga-Erhueh (28)
Temi Marcella Awogboro (31)
The Future Awards Africa Prize for Public Service 
Dami Ajayi (32)
Ebenezer Wikina (26)
Dr. Betta Edu (31)
Rukayat Mope Azeez-Lawal (31)
Daniel Philemon Saredau (30)

Friday, November 30, 2018

Ayo Mairo-Ese & #BBNaija’s Lolu Shomuyiwa to unveil The Future Awards Africa 2018 Nominees

The wait is finally over! Africa’s biggest youth event, The Future Awards Africa is set to unveil the nominees for its 13th edition, with the list set to be announced this Sunday, 2nd December 2018.
Doing the honours will be media personality, Ayo Mairo-Ese and former Big Brother Naija housemate, Lolu Shomuyiwa, and will be televised at 3 p.m on ChannelsTV, EbonyLife TV, WazobiaMax TV, Africa Magic Family and Africa Magic Epic.
Themed Nigeria’s New Tribe,’, the 2018 edition again celebrates young Nigerians driving new narratives, pursuing positive change and making a difference through social enterprise, social good and innovation, united by the possibilities of their talent, commitment to hard work and driven by achievement.
With twenty categories up this year, the top spots for the awards will be hotly contested as one hundred nominees are set to be revealed by the hosts.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Spice TV Presents ‘Spice Lifestyle Honors’ with Asa












Spice TV, the number one Fashion and Lifestyle channel in Africa, is set to organize a one-of-a-kind event, the Spice Lifestyle Honors this December.
Taking place at Eko Convention Centre of Eko Hotels on the 5th of December 2018, the Spice Lifestyle Honors will feature live music performances, fashion show, awards ceremony and celebrity appearances all in one night.
International recording artiste, Asa will headline the star-studded event in a highly anticipated performance that is sure to thrill guests as she serenades with her soulful voice and hit songs. Other notable artists billed to perform include Bez, Adekunle Gold and Falana.
The fashion show will see some of the best designers in Africa showcase their pieces on the runway such as Chulaap (South Africa), Orapeleng (South Africa), Osei Duro (Ghana), David Tlale (South Africa), Kenneth Ize (Nigeria) and Torlowei (Nigeria); creator of the first piece of Couture to be accepted into the permanent collection of The Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of African Art.
Since inception, Spice TV has always been a platform for discovering and propelling emerging talents, the awards night will also feature fresh fashion designers; Pepper Row, Orizu, Red Button and Boy Martin.
In addition to the music performances and fashion show, Spice TV will also honour and recognise several individuals for their work in acting, music, fashion, entertainment, style, business, design and more in an array of award categories.
It promises to be a night of glitz and glam which will attract the fabulous, the famous and the trendy.
“Africa is ready for a grand event like this, that combines fashion with music and a runway showcase. Spice is the only African fashion TV network that is at the forefront of pushing the African fashion and style landscape forward. We are ready to stage a beautiful event while honoring those that have been impactful in the industry within the last 12 months” – Tajudeen Adepetu, Executive Producer.
The official host for the Spice Lifestyle Honours is Joselyn Dumas.
Date: Wednesday, December 5th, 2018
Time: 6PM
Venue: Eko Convention Centre, Eko Hotels, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
Tickets are now available online at WWW.XCHANGE.NG for purchase at or at selected Chicken Republic outlets in Lagos.
Spice Lifestyle Honors… a feel-good night of fashion, design, music and awards!
  

Four Times Actress Layole Oyatogun Glammed up the Red Carpet for The Eloy Awards 2018

Just being a compere to a glamorous  event is by no means a walk over. These days,  comperes( especially female ones ) , are not only eloquent , witty and enteraining , they are also looked out for for fashion statements .

Adhering to the dress code is one herculean task but keeping to it multiple times is worth talking about and that is what our very own Layole Oyatogun accomplished over the weekend at the just concluded Eloy Magazine Awards .

Images are below . 



Layole’s Glam team

Outfit: @ericamoorebrand 
 @trishocouture 
 @myrawoman


Makeup: @glambydami 
Hair @touchofibee 
Jewelry @r1470bygudy 
Stylist @iamkarahadu 
Photo credit: @ajeimages

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Hallero Presents Kimon : The Rise of the New Ethnic Queen


Afrocentric womenswear brand – Hallero, has redefined ethnic royalty in an all new collection called Kimon tagged The Ethnic Queen .
The collection pays homage to the age long  traditional sophistication of fashion timeless craft – The Adire .
The kimon collection has changed the narrative by interpreting the hand dyed craft from the regular canvas to luxurious fabrics of silk, organza and other various fancy finds of the best quality to match the elevated fashion requests of that modern lady who commands silence with her every appearance .
Parading stunning pieces of bubas with celebratory sleeves,  2 piece combos and elaborate jumpsuits, the vibe of this collection speaks in the rich colors tones of peacock , emerald,  flamingo and burnt caramel, each speaking Royalty in its ethnic language  .
All hail the Ethnic Queen .


















Credits
Brand : @halleros_collection
Location: White Wood Mall

Models :  @xa_models

Photographer : Lypix
Art Direction : Heych
PR: @morsipr

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

You Need to See Vanskere’s New Lookbook featuring Ex BBN Housemate - Soma




Signore Fusion, the diffusion brand of Vanskere unveils the Kabuki collection, 
created by the designers Evans Akere and Emmanuel Isei.  

According to the designers, "Kabuki is a Japanese word which means 'out of the ordinary which can be identified as Avant-garde. During our research of the Japanese history, we discovered that the modern day Tokyo was called Edo, between the period of 1603-1868. This period was characterised by economic growth, strict social order, stable population and popular enjoyment of  arts and culture. This period can be seen as the best period in history of Japanese arts and culture. Ironically, Edo is also a state in Nigeria, West Africa thus we got the inspiration to fuse both Japanese and African culture.

















Credits
Designers: Evans Akere for Vanskere @vanskere & Emmanuel Isei for Kolors by Isei @kolors_official
Models: Soma Apex @soma_apex & Adams Iyere @adamziyere    
Styling and Art Director: Dami Oke @dami_oke             
Photography:Bolaji Odukoya @bolajiodukoya_
PR: @morsipr 

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Caroline Danjuma Covers Addictive Magazine


 The lovely Caroline Danjuma is the personality on the latest issue of ADDICTIVE Magazine. Find out all that has been happening to glamorous actor since her celebrated marriage breakup to oil tycoon, Musa Danjuma.
There arealso lots of fasion stories, arts, lifestyle, romance, events, and an adventorous visit to Snake Island.
This issue if ADDICTIVE Magazine is a must read, avaialble for sale on www.jumia.com.ng, Hub Media Lekki, table vendors across Ikeja, Festac, Lagos, Bayelsa, Porthharcourt, Calabar, and Lantex House of Fshion S/E Stratford, London. Or visit www.addictivemagazine.com for more details
Credits
Cover- Caroline Danjuma
Makeup-Pink Barbie Concept
Photography- Everjoy Digital Concepts
Outfits- I.Rasa Clothing
Art Director-Akudo Abengowe
Location- Marble Grand Hotels Ikeja