Olamide who was in Dubai where he had a show last night was spotted with Ex-Nigerian international and 1993 African footballer of the year now turned sports analyst, Victor Ikpeba.
The Print Media Industry of Nigeria is kinda flourishing @ a commendable rate if I am as a nigerian permitted to say so myself….. View recent magazine covers and links below. Drop your comments and don’t forget to pick/vote a favourite Mag cover. Fashion, Entertainment, Print Media and Photography Enthusiasts can check out the links below for the features, cover story, celeb interviews and/or photo, make-up and designer/stylist credits. http://www.naijaofofo.wordpress.com/2013/10/04/first-look-hello-nigeria-magazines-first-cover-with-rmd-ali-baba-olu-jacobs-mai-atafo-2face-jackie-appiah-mo-abudu-agbani-darego-more/ http://www.360nobs.com/2013/10/emdiva-eic-tewa-onasanya-is-the-cover-star-for-her-exquisite-magazine-anniversary-issue-new-look/ http://www.360nobs.com/2013/10/the-relentless-j-martins-is-the-cover-star-of-mystreetz-magazine/ http://www.360nobs.com/2013/10/gorgeous-dolapo-oni-is-totally-wow-as-wow-magazines-cover-girl-love-love/ http://www.360nobs.com/2013/10/exclusive-nollywood-actress-ini-edo-and-modelactor-ik-ogbonna-covers-house-of-maliq-exclusive-online-magazine-november-edition-2013/ Enjoy.
As Nigeria’s centenary anniversary approaches,
Google Nigeria has kicked off an initiative called
100k Naija in the bid to document Nigeria’s
history in the last one hundred years, through
The initiative kicked off on October 25, with a
Photo Day event attended by a group of
professional photographers from Lagos Photo
Walk, where they were encouraged by Google to
harness the power of the web to tell Nigeria’s
story through iconic photographs.
Speaking at the event at the Oriental hotel,
Victoria Island, Taiwo Kola-Ogunlade, Google’s
Communications and Public Affairs Manager,
Anglophone West Africa, said that the 100k
Naija project will help document Nigeria’s
history and story capture memorable and
characterful moments about Nigerian themes
such as Governance, Lifestyle, Fashion,
Nostalgia, Places of Interest, History, Only in
Naija Moments, and more.
He added that the centenary photographs have
to be “one hundred percent Nigerian” for them
to qualify for the 100k Naija project. “Our target
is to get 100,000 iconic pictures of Nigeria’s
history on a specially dedicated 100K Naija
Google+ page at the end of the project,” he
Kola-Ogunlade gave examples of iconic
photographs, stating that such pictures could
tell stories ranging from history and politics to
arts and culture, from important personalities to
everyday life. For example, photographs could
include those from pre- and post-colonial rule,
the Nigerian civil war, various coups that took
place, Independence, architecture, vehicles, old
currencies, musicians and celebrities, amongst
Lanre Aina, from Google’s Business
Development team, said that with the evolution
of the web, Google products have created
opportunities for photographers to increase
awareness about their work locally and
internationally. “For instance, you can edit
photos on Google+ and influence your work
visibility on Google search,” he explained.
Also speaking at the event, a Commercial
Solicitor, Sogo Oyelami spoke about Intellectual
Rights, stating that it is important that
photographers file for copyright notification to
protect their works. He encouraged them to
seek legal counsel, and become familiar with
governing laws and jurisdiction of the country.
He stated: “All these will improve and
standardize the practice of the photography
profession in Nigeria.”
Reacting to Google’s 100k Naija project,
photographer Femi Coker commended the
initiative and stated that the project will help
Nigerians appreciate their own history. “I am
eager to be a part of this project and I’m
positive that the iconic pictures will remind
Nigerians of those memorable events in the last
100 years that has kept Nigerians united in
diversity,” he said.
All photos for the project are to be shared using
the #100k Naija hashtag, with a brief
description on the dedicated 100k Naija Google+ page.
A 16-year-old Nigerian girl, whose name has
been buzzing and setting headlines lately as a promising
talent, has reserved a place among “The World’s 50
Smartest Teenagers” list.
“If you are passionate about what you do, and I am
passionate about many things, especially math and
science, it will work out well,” Saheela Ibraheem,
who lived in Edison, New Jersey, was quoted as
saying in The Best Schools website, which
announced her title.
The young girl, only 16, made it to headlines earlier
this year when she was accepted into Harvard
University, making her one of the youngest students
ever to attend that school.
Making a record in the US, Saheela was accepted at
13 other colleges, including prestigious MIT, the
University of Pennsylvania, Cornell, Brown,
Princeton, Columbia, and the University of Chicago.
In the end, Saheela chose Harvard, based on her
seven-year-old brother’s advice who also dreams of
being admitted to Harvard.
Saheela believes the key to success is knowing
what you love to learn as early as possible, a
knowledge she says she achieved at age five.
Known as polite and humble, the Muslim prodigy
said that her Nigerian parents, totally supportive of
the young scholar, sometimes taught her subjects
the schools didn’t offer.
The teen is also interested in languages, and knows
Yoruba, Arabic, Spanish, and Latin, in addition to
Offering a role model to her colleagues, Saheela,
who dons the Islamic veil, or hijab, plays softball,
soccer, and the trombone.
She also sings in the school choir and serves as
president of the school’s investment club.
The promising girl plans to major in either
neurobiology or neuroscience, and hopes to become
a scientist in order to study how the brain works.
Despite her activities, she said her number one
priority was her family.
“I try my best in everything I do,”Saheela said,
confirming that there is nothing special about her
“Anyone who’s motivated can work wonders.”
Mercy Johnson Okojie is tied to a pickup truck in the picture below and dragged in the mud all for a movie she is working on. What baffles me is how she hopes her husband doesn’t get to see the pictures. If you don’t want your husband to see them, then don’t post
them on social media…..ijs.
Kenyan actress/DJ,Pierra Makena is presently in
Ghana where she will join a cast of Nollywood and
Ghollywood stars for a new movie.
In the film ‘When loves comes around’, Pierra will act alongside Nigerian ‘bad boy’ actor Jim Iyke, former
Ghanaian Big brother housemate Confidence
Haugen, 53 extra presenter,Eku Edewor, and actors
Mikki Osei and Eddie Watson.
Sources revealed that Pierra’s acting prowess and
performance on ‘Changes’ caught the attention of
She left for the shoot on Sunday, October 13 and will
likely be in Ghana for over a month, according to
sources who spoke with NET.
The movie is produced and directed by Ghanaian actress, Zynnell Zuh’s production company Five Star
Photos: AY Makun Shoots New Movie With Richard Mofe-Damijo, Vivica Fox, Ramsey Nouah, Lynn Whitfield, Karlie Redd and Others
Popular comedian and host of The AY Show, Ayo Makun is venturing into movies now.
The comedian has announced his first movie will be titled “30 Days In Atlanta: The Adventures Of Akpors”, and will feature industry
heavyweights like Richard Mofe-Damijo, Ramsey Nouah, as well as some American acts like Vivica Fox, Lynn Whitfield, and Karlie Redd.
The movie which will be shot in Nigeria and the United States is to be completed in by the end of
I so can’t wait…..
Olamide paid a visit to Governor Fashola yesterday and
put up this picture on his Instagram Page with the
“His excellency #BestGovernor…Long live BRF ..
Atewo ati ariwo“
I can smell an “Ambassadorial role” in the air….ijs.
As we all know, Blackberry messenger has officially been launched on android. Some Blackberry users
think this recent development is not fair on Blackberry users, hence their show of disapproval.
I want to ask the Blackberry users in the house, have you gotten this message that is being sent to all BB
users by Anti-Android activists? Cos although I didn’t, word on the nigerian blogosphere says its bin circulating for some time now…..
“Attention Blackberry Users: If u receive any BBM request and d pin starts wit 7, pls dnt accept. We
dnt care if you use an iPhone, Techno Phantom or Samsung S4, if you want 2 ping, buy a Blackberry; b4 u guys will turn bbm to 2go.”
It’s being 3 months now since Funke Akindele’s marriage to politician/businessman Alhaji Kehinde
Oloyede Almaroof ended with a very publicized breakup that completely
overwhelmed Funke, broke her down and almost
threatened her celebrity status (not to talk of the emotional pain that came from all the shocking and disturbing
tales of her ex-husband’s extra-marital relationships that led to not less than 10 love children).
Having survived the pain and hurt, Funke Akindele shared this picture of herself yesterday looking all prettied up and sexy on Instagram to celebrate her strength.
So happy for her really. She looks smashing!
The rapper shared this photo of himself wearing the Nigerian Super Eagles green and White jersey. It sure looks good on him.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter paid tribute to Nigeria’s
late football hero Rashidi Yekini Thursday.
The former Olympiacos and Vitoria Setubal striker
would have turned 50 on 23rd of October if he were
alive, and Blatter tweeted a tribute in honour of the
“Rasheed Yekini would have been 50 today. His
name as scorer of Nigeria’s first World Cup goal
lives on,” the message on Blatter’s official twitter
Yekini was top scorer in the 1994 Africa Cup of
Nations enroute to the Super Eagles winning the
competition which he was also adjudged to be the
Most Valuable Player.
Sorry for the belated info; GTB Lagos Fashion and Design Week is
scheduled from 23rd of October to the
26th October; at the Ocean View Grounds
by Eko Hotel, Ademola Adetokubo, Victoria
The anticipated GTBLagos Fashion and
Design Week kicks off to an amazing start
with the Fashion Business Series -a platform
created to facilitate conversations between key
stakeholders In the Nigerian and Pan-African
fashion industry as a useful tool for exchanging
ideas, networking and developing the industry –
A must attend for all budding and established
The catwalk shows would kick off at 5pm daily
with some of the biggest names in Nigerian
fashion showcasing on Friday and Saturday.
Ghanaian designer, Christie Brown who didn’t
show this year at the GFDW2013, would be
closing LFDW’s first day, followed by other well-
known Nigerian designers closing the show
daily. Jewel By Lisa would be closing GTB
LFDW on the 26th of October. Also included is
the presentation of MTN LFDW Young Designers
Competition and GTB LFDW Awards.
360NoBS would be on hand to capture all the
exciting moments day in, day out. All
in all, besides Arise Magazine Fashion Week, get
ready for the biggest fashion week in Nigeria organised by StyleHouseFiles with headline sponsor Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) and other sponsors including MTN, Maybeline Cosmetics and British Council.
Here is the full schedule of the 2013 GTB
Lagos Fashion and Design Week.
GTBLagos Fashion & Design Week 2013 –
WEDNESDAY 23RD OCTOBER (Day1)
9:00am – 4:00pm: Fashion Business Series
5:00pm: Exhibition Opens
5:00pm: SAMSON SHOBOWE/ ELLA AND GABBY
5:40pm: BUSOLA BAMISILE / WANA SAMBO /
6:23pm; XCLAMATIONS/ ALTER EGO
7:02pm: VALARIE DAVID
7:42pm: KINABUTI/ KOLA KUDDUS
8:20pm: SUNNY ROSE
9:00pm: CHRISTIE BROWN
GTBLagos Fashion & Design Week 2013 –
THURSDAY 24TH OCTOBER (Day 2)
5:00pm: HOUSE OF MARIE/ BEATRICE BLACK
5:40pm: MI- LE/ ORANGE CULTURE/ SHOLA AJAYI
6:23pm: ROF/ OBSIDIAN
7:42pm: HOUSE OF FORMS AND FUNCTIONS/ RE
8:20pm: MAI ATAFO
9:00pm: TSEMAYE BINITE
GTBLagos Fashion & Design Week 2013 –
FRIDAY 25TH OCTOBER (Day 3)
5:00pm: THERESA ONWUKA/ NKWO
5:40pm: EJIRO AMOS TAFIRI/ VIV LA
RESISTANCE/ YINKA BOLA OBEBE
6:23pm: GREY/WASHINGTON ROBERTS
7:02pm: ICONITY INVANITY
7:42pm: BRIDGET AWOSIKA/ UMI-1
8:20pm: ODIO MIMONET
8:45pm: TIFFANY AMBER
GTBLagos Fashion & Design Week 2013 –
SATURDAY 26TH OCTOBER (Day 4)
4:00pm: MTN LFDW Young Designers
5:00pm: KIKI KAMANU/ AMEDE
5:35pm: JOSH SAMUELS/MEENA/IAMISIGO
6:30pm: MOSAQUE/ANITA QUANSAH
7:02pm: MAKI -OH
7:30pm: ITUEN BASI
8:02pm: OKUNOREN TWINS
8:30pm: LANRE DA SILVA AJAYI
9:00pm: JEWEL BY LISA
9:30pm: GTB LFDW Awards Presentation
LFDW is scheduled to take place
from October 23rd to 26th 2013.
For more information please
visit http://www.lagosfashionanddesignweek.com or Call: 0806 555 9164
D’Banj showed off his swag in this uniquely
designed sequined two-piece jacket said to be worth
over a whooping one million naira!
He wore it the 2013 Hennessy Finale which took
place on Saturday 19th October 2013 at the Federal
Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.
A lot of people are criticizing both the outfit and its price. What’s your take folks?
In line with delivering top notch entertainment
and urban lifestyle content, Bubbles Magazine
announces the release of their October edition,
covered by none other than the wonderful
wonder woman, Omawumi.
In this issue she wears a beautiful gold grecian
piece by ALABI couture on the cover, and on the
inside feature, she is seen wearing a black
snake skin leather dress by Kubechi Conceptz
and embellished peplum piece by Ahdookeh.
The gorgeous diva is in a class of her own, her
talent the only thing superior to her famed
looks. Her second album came out earlier in the
year and only took her career right beyond what
was assumed to be the pinnacle.
Omawnmi took time out of her busy schedule to
share with us her thoughts, hopes and
aspirations for the future.
She was styled by Maryanne Alabi and
photographed by Moussa Moussa.
Also in this edition we celebrate the man many
refer to as a pioneer and trendsetter, DJ Jimmy
Jatt. With his successful career and uncommon
longevity, he shows us that nothing is
impossible with a little ambition, dedication and
a lot of hard work.
Along with spotlight features on Seyi Shay,
Naeto C, Drake, Maleek Berry, OC Ukeje
among others, this edition promises to be a
worthwhile coverage of urban entertainment
Bubbles is available on newsstand and,
vendors nationwide as well as Patabah
Bookshops Surulere, Glendora Ikeja Mall and
British Council and The Future Awards Africa announce Bella Naija’s Uche Pedro as winner of Young Media Entrepreneur of the Year Award
Prior to the official announcement of the date
and venue for The Future Awards Africa (TFAA)
2013, the project’s Central Working Committee
(CWC) and the British Council have announced
Uche Pedro as the winner of The International
Young Media Entrepreneur of the Year’ award.
The award, presented in conjunction with the
British Council, aims to celebrate young people
working in the media, with entrepreneurial and
leadership abilities, potential to change their
sector, market awareness and understanding.
“It’s been an exciting four months we are very
pleased to announce Uche Pedro as the winner
of this new category – which was evolved from
our prize in entertainment and media
enterprise,” said Chude Jideonwo, Executive
Director of The Future Project.
Pedro, a new media entrepreneur, founded
popular Nigerian blog Bella Naija (www.bellanaija.com). She will
participate in a UK tour with finalists from up to
10 other countries and participate in activities
– A visit to the UK in October where she gets the
chance to meet the winners from other
countries, make UK contacts, and attend the
leading UK industry event– The Cross Media
– A week’s free membership to the exclusive
private member’s club – The Hospital Club
The Future Awards Africa 2013 – to be televised
exclusively for Africa Magic and broadcast live
online on Y! TV – will hold in October 2013 and
will be a week-long three-city celebration. The
host venue and date will be unveiled by the
CWC in the coming week. The event is being
held in partnership with the African Union
Commission and Microsoft.
Media Partners include Channels TV, Silverbird
TV, Nigeria Info, TW,Ventures Africa, and
Guardian Life. Online Partners are BellaNaija,
LindaIkejiBlog, Information Nigeria, Premium
Times, 360Nobs, NigeriaNewsDesk,
LadunLiadiBlog, and Jobberman. Official Media
Partners are Cool FM, Wazobia FM and Y!/
YNaija.com, and the official television partner is
Africa Magic. For more information, visit
@TFAAfrica on Twitter (the official hashtag for
the event is #TFAA2013), or the website
“So you’re using an Android device and want to
chat with your BBM friends? No problem!
BlackBerry Messenger is now available for not only
BlackBerry users but Android and iOS as well. BBM
is totally free to use and is a great way to stay in
touch with your friends without the worry of text
messaging or other bulky messaging apps.
Getting up and running with BBM on your Android
device is easy, but if you’re having trouble we’re
here to help. Keep reading for a full walkthrough of
using BBM on your Android device.
*Please note that during the initial rollout not all
users will be able to access BBM immediately and
may have to sign up to be notified when access is
First things first – you’ll need an Android device to
Head to the Google Play Store and download BBM
(free) to your device here.
Once installed, tap on the icon to start the BBM
If you’re already a BBM user and want to use your
current BBID, enter your login details on the
screen. If you’re new to BBM or want to use
a different BBID, you can register here as well.
Tap the overflow icon (3 dots)
Tap Invite to BBM
Choose the method by which to invite a contact
Enter any info as needed.
When the contact accepts your request they will
be added to your contact list
To start a new chat, tap the BBM icon in the top
right corner (the one with the + sign)
Search for or choose a contact from the list
Tap the contact, enter your message and choose
To start a multiperson chat with more than one
contact, tap the overflow icon (3 dots) then tap
Start Multiperson Chat
Enter the contacts to which you want to send your
Enter you message and tap Send
To access the settings menu, tap the overflow
icon (3 dots) then choose Settings
Here you can change things such as notification
tone, contact list layout, update options, chat
history and more
To send a broadcast message to all of your
contacts, tap the overflow icon (3 dots) then
choose Broadcast Message. Enter your message
and tap Send.
To quickly view your contacts list, tap the
To quickly view groups tap the Groups icon
The BBM service will stay running in the background
of your device. You’ll see a small BBM icon in your
notification bar so you know that the service is
active and ready to send or receive messages.
For more help and discussion be sure to hit up CrackBerry’s
BBM for Android forum.”