Category: TW Exclusive Interviews

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Much Ado About Actress Toyin Aimakhu-Johnson

What was odd about Toyin Aimakhu Johnson’s ascent was that, in 2003, when she seemed to come out of nowhere to become a sensation, she was already in her early twenties having carved out a career in character roles. Besides talent, her overnight success was in fact the culmination of years of hard work, meeting...

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Yummy Tecture: The Next Big Workout Dessert

If you are familiar with the Texas fruit/chocolate scene, you’ve definitely heard of Titi Adelayo, the name behind YummyTecture, a catering company specializing in the creation of fruit and chocolate displays. She has excelled in every conceivable aspect of the dessert business. Her unequaled palate of taste, sight and touch has been displayed through her...

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Fade Ogunro: She’s Got Game

Having worked on everything from TV to Radio and Film, it’s unsurprising that the sound of Fade Ogunro’s voice is so familiar – even when you’ve never met her before. While she admits that losing her father tragically still affects her, she’s ensured that her goals are slotted neatly in her personal life, career and...

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10 Questions For TV Host & Actress Stephanie Coker.

Stephanie Coker is as smart and tenacious as they come. A quick internet search of her name will show that she just might be one of the hardest working women in showbiz today. Her resume is a literal who’s who of prominent media outlets, having worked for Cool FM, ELTV, and MTV. She regularly interviews...

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The Exclusive Chat With Actor OC Ukeje

Bring up the name O.C Ukeje in any conversation and you immediately invoke images of a groom whose past comes out from nowhere to hunt him or think back to a young advertising agent whose strange dreams are actual premonitions to real life events. Two Brides and a Baby and The Awakening are only two...

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Sharon Ojong: The Style Savant

Finding the perfect profession can start as a hobby that can later grow into something bigger than just pure curiosity. This is exactly the story of Sharon Ojong, the Calabar-born fashion stylist and creative director of D.E.E.V.A.S. Ojong’s talent and passion has led her to many opportunities such as becoming an associate producer, as well...

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Gbenga Akinnagbe: All About Drive

If there is one word that defines the spirit of Gbenga Akinnagbe, it is driven. It’s how he perfected his brand: first as an actor in Hollywood movies and TV series including The Wire & 24: Live Another Day. Then as a writer, having had two articles published in The New York Times. We caught...

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1 on 1 With Young Entrepreneur Ese Odiete

Designer Ese Odiete of Hesey Designs has taken her passion and expertise and done what so many entrepreneurs strive to do. She’s turned them into a platform and brand from which she has launched herself as an internationally recognized designer specializing in custom-made apparels and accessories. Having recently won the Google Africa Connected Competition and...

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Kosibah’s Yemi Osunkoya: Elegance At It’s Best

  When it comes to glamour, style and grace, here’s one name to look out for: KOSIBAH. As one of the most popular brands in the bridal scene, Kosibah continues to deliver creativity and style to brides on that one special day. Founded in 1991, Kosibah specialises in contemporary and elegant couture bridal using luxurious...