Tales of a Nigerian Tailor (Part 2) – Assistant fashion designer, Allow me to do my Job!

Tales of a Nigerian Tailor (Part 2) – Assistant fashion designer, Allow me to do my Job!

There’s a lot to tell but I’ll start from this because in all my waka, nothing has hurt me more. I have to apologize for starting with a bad experience but I promise the next gist would be too nice. So a lady called me to make some clothes for her because I made some […]

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Exclusive Interview with Delphine Okobah, the Multilayered Media Mogul

Exclusive Interview with Delphine Okobah, the Multilayered Media Mogul

The saying, “there is more than meets the eye” is a quote than resonates with the personality of Delphine Okobah, a graphic designer and Red Carpet host. My first encounter with her was at the book reading of “The Smart Money Woman” by Arese Ugwu at TerraKulture; after the event, we got into a chat […]

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Setback in Local Production Due to Dollarisation of Raw Materials

Setback in Local Production Due to Dollarisation of Raw Materials

It has become sickening to wake up every morning to yet another news about the Nigerian economy and issues about scarcity of foreign currencies. It is even worse to find out that the  citizens complaining about the state of the economy are the same people contributing to its downfall. There have been countless talks about patronizing […]

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Toke Makinwa’s “On Becoming” from a man’s perspective – Why persevere in a loveless relationship? By Ikenna Okoro

Toke Makinwa’s “On Becoming” from a man’s perspective – Why persevere in a loveless relationship? By Ikenna Okoro

This is an opinion piece on Toke Makinwa’s “On Becoming”. This is not an attempt to render invalid the experiences of the writer and her opinions on relationships, nor those of readers who share her sentiments. I merely attempt to share my views as earnestly as possible. As much as my humanity allows, I try […]

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LUXURY CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR UNDERPRIVILEGED KIDS

LUXURY CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR UNDERPRIVILEGED KIDS

What really do we live for? Are we merely passing through this world or making our existence count? I believe that you have not fully lived until you make a positive impact in another person who may never be in a position to repay you. Christmas is a season of laughter, joy and celebration with […]

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Melania Trump boycotted by fashion designers due to husband’s racist comments

Melania Trump boycotted by fashion designers due to husband’s racist comments

Since Donald Trump was elected as the next President of United States, there have been protests of all kinds and even the fashion industry is getting involved. Current First Lady Michelle Obama has been styled and dressed by fashion designers since she stepped into the White House eight years ago—and has graced the covers of magazines like […]

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5 Money Management Tips from the Smart Money Woman

5 Money Management Tips from the Smart Money Woman

Managing finances can be difficult sometimes; we all want to have money but not everyone is willing to do what it takes to grow the money. The ultimate goal is to secure financial security, ensuring that you are able to cater for your immediate needs, fund your lifestyle and have enough savings for emergencies. As […]

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US Final Elections and it’s impact on Nigeria

US Final Elections and it’s impact on Nigeria

In less than 24 hours, Americans will go to the polls to elect a new president. It is very glaring to the world that the 2016 presidential debate is one that has never been experienced before. To say that the election is unprecedented is an understatement as we have all witnessed the saga between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. […]

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5 Key Steps to Turn Your Passion to Profit

5 Key Steps to Turn Your Passion to Profit

Gone are the days when a degree in medicine, pharmacy, law or engineering meant securing a job with a huge pay cheque after graduation. The rate of unemployment increases yearly with many graduates sitting at home, watching their lives pass by without anything to show for their education. Many companies have downsized due to inability […]

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Best Designs from The Lagos Fashion and Design Week 2016

Best Designs from The Lagos Fashion and Design Week 2016

Lagos Fashion and Design Week (LFDW) was held in Lagos from 26th – 29th October with over 50 participants showcasing latest collections from their portfolio. This is a fashion event that aims to drive the Nigerian and African fashion industry; by bringing together fashion designers, their consumers and the media to view the creativity showcased by […]

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How 15,000 Naira Changed My Life

How 15,000 Naira Changed My Life

Quite a hilarious topic right? I thought so too but I never envisaged that N15,000 will have such a great impact in my life. Finding your feet at the beginning of every year and positioning yourself to achieve set goals can be pretty difficult sometimes. This was my ordeal as 2016 kicked off; I told myself I […]

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Buhari Is Operating An Outdated Economic Model, says Chimamanda Adichie

Buhari Is Operating An Outdated Economic Model, says Chimamanda Adichie

Internationally renowned author and feminist, Chimamanda Adichie has dished out an undiluted and heartfelt article published by NewYork Times on the current economical recession and President Buhari’s failed promises to Nigerians. Not only did she point out the fact that he wasted an opportunity to reshape Nigeria, but also describes his regime as one operating with an […]

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