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tw Exclusive: Makeup Artist Jennifer Alegieuno Talks To Ope Akinyemi

Award-winning film and television makeup artist Jennifer Alegieuno is a long-time beauty collaborator celebrities such as Busta Rhymes, Rita Dominic, Tuface, Femi Jacobs and Linda Ejiofor trusts to help create iconic and beauty looks. You won’t find her regularly on YouTube because she is busy behind the camera changing imagination into reality. Alegieuno’s talents and...

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The Bad Joke That Is Donald Trump By Ope L. Akinyemi

Let’s be clear: Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump may be good at sitting in the boardroom of Trump Tower, but certainly not in the Oval office as President of the United States of America. Without mincing words, he is a bully, sexist and a very dangerous individual. Yet, he is leading in the polls. My...

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tw Exclusive: Joseph Benjamin Talks Family, Being A Celebrity And Two Things Most People Do Not Know About Him.

Written by Ope L. Akinyemi Perhaps best known for co-hosting MTN’s Project Fame, Joseph Benjamin is actually one hardworking, deep-thinking man. Having portrayed everyone from an entrepreneur diagnosed with lung cancer in Married But Living Single to an FBI agent in Murder At Prime Suites, the award-winning actor reveals his knack for value when choosing...

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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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Femi Jacobs: The Renaissance Man

From hindsight, actor and musician Femi Jacobs could be categorized as a brooding and an unusual guy. As you get to know him, there’s something really alluring about him. There’s a sense of naiveté that clearly resonates in his demeanor and the way he carries himself. What makes Jacobs really fascinating is that he is...

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Companies & Cultures.

            My husband worked in the banking industry for many years. Yet, his employer didn’t really respect his home life and family – just like thousands of bank employees in Nigeria. While the salary was good, the stress wasn’t funny! Truth be told, a person can only be productive for a...

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Good Grammar & Credibilit​y.

Anyone close to me knows that I have a zero tolerance approach to grammar mistakes that make people look stupid. If it makes you feel any better, I’ve also made mistakes in the past. The same can even be said for the best authors in history. However, there are mistakes and then MISTAKES. If you...

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NayoSoul: Nigeria’s Next Great Jazz/Soul Singer

Life is a beautiful masterpiece and every one creates their piece of art in their own special way. For singer-songwriter NayoSoul, music has always been on her mind since the age of fourteen. She grew up singing in the choir, began writing her own songs and soon after the sounds of her music reached many...

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Between Myself, My Child & Relatives.

For two years, my husband and I lived in the same city as our parents, which meant that we experienced the benefits of having family support close by. Equally, we’re both too familiar with the drawbacks of well-intentioned relatives overstepping their boundaries when it comes to spoiling our son. For example, I find it a...

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The Lifestyle & Audacious Plans of Michelle Dede

  TV personality Michelle Dede continues to defy the odds in an industry that prizes gender and buzz over talent. Having co-produced the award-winning film, Flower Girl as well as hosted several hit shows, she has become TV’s leading lady. Here, she spills the tea on being successful, her personal style and plans. Interview by...