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Meet the black muslim model taking the industry by storm

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A champion of “black Muslim excellence”, Yusuf recently graced the front cover of Grazia UK, one of Britain’s leading fashion magazines.
In conversation with The Voice about her recent shoot, she said: “I see my involvement as encouraging the industry to adapt to changing times. It’s no longer acceptable to only see a particular kind of model on magazine covers and runways.
“For me, it’s not just about being a dominant figure in bringing about genuine change, but to bring limelight to the fact that these changes should have happened a long while ago.”
Yusuf, who is signed to modelling agency Storm Models, the same agency that discovered Kate Moss, continued: “And it’s quite inexcusable to think that it’s taken this long to see women of different ethnic backgrounds covering the most elite magazines and making debuts on prestigious runways.
“There are a few vital questions left unanswered, such as why it took this long and why there hasn’t been much consistency.”
Yet, there’s more to Yusuf than valuing representation alone. “I think it’s not simply about being represented, but more so about questioning whether we are being properly represented,” she explained.
While positive change has been seen to challenge the mainstream, notably there is still work to be done. Yusuf said: “In the grand scheme of things, representation is important but not just at face value.

“We want to build a world where women and men of different races and ethnic backgrounds, as well as religion, are able to land the positions they work immensely hard for without being discriminated against. In some industries, it still is yet to happen.”
With her authentic approach adding a fresh perspective to the industry, Yusuf is enthusiastic about using her platform to affect change and support the sisterhood.
She said: “As for being a black Muslim, I definitely like to speak with other young black Muslim women just like me and share our experiences.

“Modelling has given me the confidence and ability to be able to reach many girls who have sincerely touched me with their stories. Nothing is more valuable than knowing you could potentially be a listening ear for someone they can relate to.”
Yusuf also plans on using modelling as a platform to spread awareness of other things that she’s passionate about. As someone who studies politics, she is well engaged in world events and current affairs.
“I see myself first building my platform, and then using it to immerse myself in organisational work and charity work,” she said.

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Mmanti Umoh, Founder Teennation Africa Conferred United Kingdom Institute of Management Specialists Fellow

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Mmanti Umoh Fellow Institute of Management Specialists (FIMS)

The Council of the Institute of Management Specialists (IMS) the United Kingdom, has nominated and invested Mmanti Umoh Fellow, of the Institute of Management Specialists (FIMS). This is a high grade of the Institute’s Membership and is reserved for accomplished professionals assessed based on their knowledge, skill, and experience (K.S.E.) and responsibility.

Mmanti Umoh was conferred Mangement Consultants — highest and most prestigious honor: Certified Management Consultant (CMC) in 2017. This honor is granted by the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI), and is the highest qualification any management consultant can aspire to attain.

Being one of the recipients of the Institute’s Fellowship Award this year is a testament to her professionalism and recognition of her invaluable contribution as a Consulting Manager in Nigeria, the Institute noted.
Mmanti was conferred alongside:
Mr. Laolu Oguntuyi — Director of Technical and Vocational Services Lagos State Government Vocational Education Board (LASTVEB). Otunba Olutoyin Adeola Osibogun, FIMC, CMC Chief Operating Officer/Executive Director, Tom Associates, Lagos, Abubakar Sule Minjibir — Executive Director Operations The Nigerian Security Printing and Minting PLC, Engineer Emmanuel Uwalaka — Occupational Safety and Health Association United Kingdom (OSHAssociation UK). John Ochogwu — Executive Director | Operations — Mega Projects. Prof. Dr Chijioke Nwaozuzu — Deputy Director at Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt amongst others.

 


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Over 2034 set of twins participate in Oyo Twins festival

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About two thousand and thirty-four set of twins and tens of multiple births on Saturday converged in Igboora the capital of Ibarapa Central local Government area of Oyo State to participate in the maiden edition of the Oyo State Twins Festival.
Some of the set of twins from the Local Governments in Ibadan converged at the Cultural Centre in Ibadan as earlier as 7am to join the train to Igboora to join counterparts from Oke-Ogun and Ibarapa zones at the Methodist grammar school, Igbo-Ora, Oyo State.
The train from Ibadan was met at the entrance of Igboora-Ora town by the Local Government Officials and Traditional chiefs from the seven towns that make up Ibarapa where the State Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Mr. Toye Arulogun laid the foundation of the twins tower to commemorate the festival.

In his address, Mr. Arulogun said that twins were invited from far and near to celebrate twins and multiple births from Igboora in commemoration of the Twins Festival, saying that the festival was a platform to showcase Igboora town with the unique feature of the highest rate of twins and multiple births in the world.
He said that the festival, organized in collaboration with Twins World Creations, Ibarapa Central Local Government, Igboora Progressive Union. and the Nigeria Tourism Development Corporation, witnessed 2034 set of twins’ registration, adding that the attendance also covered tens of multiple births.
Arulogun said that the festival was aimed at placing Igboora on the World map as the World Highest twinning centre, saying that it was also an avenue to promote its predominant meal “Amala and Ilasa”, attributed as the cause of multiple births in the town.
He said that government’s effort will place the town and Oyo State in general on the World Map as the foremost twins’ tourism destination in the world, assuring that the state government would not relent in its drive to promote its tourism potentials.
In his address, the Chairman of Ibarapa Central Local Government, Hon. Habib Ibrahim disclosed that research affirms that Igboora alone can boast of One hundred and fifty eight (158) sets of twins for every one thousand life births, saying that available evidence attest to the fact that twins are born in Igbooraland more than anywhere else in the world.
He said, “A walk through the town can easily attest to this. There is no household without a history of at least a set of twins. This trend has made us not to see twin birth as a special phenomenon in Igboora, as it is elsewhere in the world.”
Speaking on behalf of the traditional rulers at the event, Oba Jamiu Badmus, the Olu-Aso of Iberekodo, who is also the Chairman of the Local Organising Committee, called for the collaborative efforts of all stakeholders to sustain the festival, noting that efforts should be made to make it an international one towards making it a tourist event as a means of generating foreign exchange for Nigeria.

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GirlForce:Today is the International Day of the Girl – This is 18: through girls’ eyes.

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Maryclare, center, poses for a family portrait with her mother, father and siblings.

Eighteen is an age. But it’s also something more. It’s a moment, a rite of passage, a gateway to adulthood in Nigeria.
In the United States, 18 means you can finally vote, sign a lease on an apartment, obtain a credit card and buy a Juul.
In China and parts of Canada, 18 grants you entrance to a pub, while for most Israelis, it means a mandatory draft into the military.

By 18, one in five women across the globe will be married. Millions will enter college or university.
“This is 18” aims to capture what life is like for girls turning 18 in 2018 across cities and cultures — in Lagos and Abuja, Enugu  and Benue, PH and the Okitipupa.

We’re thrilled to present #ThisIs18 — a look at girls’ lives, through Maryclare Chinedo eyes.​​

”first felt like a grown-up when my mom let me go to the after-prom party. My mom doesn’t let me go anywhere, at all. I would never be able to go to the parties my friends invited me to in high school, but she let me go to this one. I guess it’s because she knows that I’m 18 and I’ll be going to college soon.”

Q-Whom do you go to for advice?
A-I go to my friend Ikenna because I know he won’t judge me.

Q-What do you want to be doing in five years?
A-I want to have graduated with a STEM degree with a minor in art history. I’ll probably be in my first year of med school.

Q-What do you do when you’re bored?
A-Netflix, Netflix, Netflix. Right now I’m watching “The Vampire Diaries.” I just finished “The Office.”

Q-What’s one thing you’d like to learn?
A-I don’t know how to cook. When I was younger I was taught that I have to know how to cook for my husband and children and I don’t really like that. So I just didn’t want to learn how to cook at all. But now I think knowing how to cook is a good thing to have — not for a man or my kids but for myself.

Photo : Maryclare, center, poses for a family portrait with her mother, father and siblings.

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What does life look like for girls turning 18 in 2018

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Victory Chukwu is a first-year student at the University of Lagos. The first time she felt like an adult? Going to the “market without my mum and got everything she wanted. It made me feel grown to bargain with the sellers and get the best prices.”
Victoria lives with her mother.
Q-What’s the farthest you’ve been from home?
A-The headquarters of our church in Ibadan, Oyo State. It takes all day to get there from Yaba, Lagos State, where I live.
Q-Where would you like to visit?
A-My dream place to visit is Paris. I want to see the Eiffel Tower and eat French food.
Q-If you could have dinner with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be?
A-For people alive, I would love to have dinner with Migos. But for the dead it would have to be Whitney Houston.
Q-What do you want to be doing in five years?
A-I would love to run my own business and be a fashion designer.
Q-What do you do when you feel bored?
A-I listen to music, it keeps me company.
Q-What’s one thing you don’t know how to do that you’d like to learn?
A-I’d like to learn how to cook some Nigerian soups.
Q-When did you first feel like a grown-up?
A-I first felt like an adult when I went to the market without my mum and got everything she wanted. It made me feel grown to bargain with the sellers and get the best prices.

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Nigerian Women Are Being Forced Into Prostitution In France.

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The Paris park where Nigerian women are forced into prostitution

 

Following investigation by CNN reporters, a new spot in Paris has been discovered to be the home of human traffickers. The park identified as Bois de Vincennes, harbours several Nigerian love peddlers at night. According to reports, these women have been sworn into secrecy by their pimps and their passports seized as they are made to pay off a never ending debt.

The issue of human tracking involving many Nigerians has continued to be a fundamental issue for the nation as these trafficking networks continue to expand internationally. The stories of Nigerian women lured into prostitution abroad seems endless.
This recent discovery made by CNN brings to light the issue of many young Nigerian women who are being forced into prostitution. The park identified as Bois de Vincennes, is home to horse riding schools and a zoo. At night however, it becomes a meeting spot for human sex traders. In a video shared by CNN on Twitter, several scantily dressed women believed to be Nigerians are seen littered all over the park, waiting for anyone interested to patronise them. A Nigerian woman who has since gone into hiding, opened up about her ordeal and how she was lured into slavery all the way from Nigeria.

The Paris park where Nigerian women are forced into prostitution Source

According to the mother of one, she was forced to sleep with clients by her madam for €20 (N8,4000) each. Nadège, who could not give her real name for safety reasons, revealed that the madam who she met in Lagos promised her a better life in Europe, working as a waitress.
“I was told it was like a paradise. But getting here, it was like from frying pan to fire.”
Before she left for Europe, the madam made Nadège swear an oath to repay her madam once she got to Europe. She also swore never to speak of her oath, or her debt, to anyone. Apparently, it’s the same for so many Nigerian women lured into sexual slavery. Nadege revealed she got into France with a fake passport at the age of 20 and was made to resume work at the infamous Bois de Vincennes. She was told her debt was €50,000 (N20.8m). Her madam gave her a €100 (N41,800) daily target and took away her passport and all her earnings, except money for food and rent.
Sadly, this is the story of several other Nigerian women in dark corners on the streets of Paris, slaving for their pimps, women who Nadege believe are very talented but are too scared to runaway and start new lives due to the fear of what breaking the oath can do to them.
The turning point for Nadege was when she became pregnant. She and her boyfriend agreed to keep the baby and both began plans towards escaping the network. She revealed that once she stopped making payments to her madam, she was waiting for the oath to harm her.
“I was waiting patiently for the death or the madness. I was like… should I go over to the street and start working? Should I abort my baby?”
She has escaped harm as the networks have less of a physical presence in France and with the help of a lawyer, she has been able to gain asylum there.
Hopefully, other Nigerian women suffering there can also be saved.


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Nigerian Actress, Genevieve Nnaji Signs With Top Hollywood Talent Agency

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United Talent Agency (UTA) has added Genevieve Nnaji to its roster and will represent the Nollywood star globally.

According to Deadline, by virtue of the deal, UTA will represent the Nigerian actress’ interests in film, TV and production.
UTA is one of the top talent agencies in Hollywood, representing actors, directors, producers, recording artists, writers, and other entertainment professionals.
Its services also include brand management, film financing and packaging, licensing, marketing, strategic management, and venture capital financing for companies.
UTA represents the likes of Keke Palmer, James Franco, Dolly Parton, Lauryn Hill, Nicole Scherzinger.
Mr Eazi is another Nigerian entertainer on UTA’s roster.
Netflix recently acquired the rights to ‘Lionheart’, Nnaji’s directorial debut film. It was the first original feature from Nigeria to debut on the streaming service.
The movie was premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
‘Lionheart’ stars Nnaji herself and Nollywood veterans Nkem Owoh, Pete Edochie and Onyeka Onwenu.
Written by Chinny Onwugbenu, Genevieve Nnaji, Ishaya Bako, Emil Garuba, and C.J. Obasi, the film was produced by The Entertainment Network.

 

 

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Davido, Wizkid, Yemi Alade win at AFRIMMA 2018 (Full list of winners)

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The 5th edition of the Annual African Muzik Magazine Awards 2018 (AFRIMMA) was held at House of Blues in Dallas Texas and Nigerian artistes, Wizkid, Davido, Yemi Alade clinched major awards.
The award show which was filled with energetic performances from many African singers across the continent, gave fair recognition to various Nigerian superstars in the music industry.
Topping the list of award winners are Davido and Yemi Alade who emerged as winners of the Best Male West Africa and Best Female West Africa, respectively.

AFRIMMA 2018 Awards & Music Festival Full WINNERS List
Best Male West Africa
Davido – Winner
Best Female West Africa
Yemi Alade – Nigeria -Winner
Best Male East Africa
Eddy Kenzo – Uganda – Winner
Best Female East Africa
Sheebah Karungi – Uganda – Winner
Best Male Central Africa
Fally Ipupa – Congo – Winner
Best Female Central Africa
Daphne – Cameroon – Winner
Best Male Southern Africa
Nasty C – South Africa – Winner
Best Female Southern Africa
Ammara Brown – Zimbabwe – Winner
Best Male North Africa
Ihab Amir – Morroco – Winner
Best Female North Africa
Souhila Ben Lachhab – Algeria – Winner
Best African Group
Toofan – Togo – Winner
Crossing Boundaries With Music Award
MHD – Guinea/ France – Winner
Best Gospel
Papa Dennis – Kenya – Winner
Best Newcomer
Ykee Benda – Uganda – Winner
Artist of The Year
Fally Ipupa- Congo – Winner
Best Live Act
Flavour – Nigeria – Winner
Best Video Director
Godfather Productions- South Africa – Winner
Best Dj Africa
Dj Dollar – Senegal – Winner
Best African Dj USA
Dj Ecool – Nigeria – Winner
AFRIMMA Video of The Year
Wizkid – Soco – Winner
Music Producer of The Year
Masterkraft – Nigeria – Winner
Best African Dancer
Diddi Emah – Nigeria – Winner
Best Rap Act
Khaligraph Jones – Kenya – Winner
Best Collaboration
Diamond Platnumz ft Neyo – African Beauty – Winner
Song of The Year
Wizkid – Soco – Winner
Best Lusophone
Kyaku Kyadaff – Angola – Winner
Best Francophone
Toofan – Togo -Winner
Best African Dancehall/Reggea Act
Burnaboy – Nigeria – Winner
AFRIMMA ACHIEVERS AWARD
Bismack Biyombo – DRC – Winner

HONORARY CATEGORIES
AFRIMMA HUMANITARIAN AWARD
Flavour
AFRIMMA SHINING STAR AWARD
Semah
AFRIMMA BEACON OF HOPE AWARD
Queen Julie Endee
AFRIMMA EXCELLENCE AWARD
Erykah Badu
AFRIMMA LEADERSHIP IN MUSIC AWARD
Fally Ipupa

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Dambe: Forgotten Nigerian martial art is growing online

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From Nollywood actresses to afrobeat superstars, August Udoh, has captured them all.
He’s lauded as Nigeria’s most talented celebrity photographer but it is the stories of those on the very margins of society that are important to him.

The fighters captured in series “Dambe” are ordinary working men. “They have normal jobs. Some are truck drivers, others mechanics,” Udoh told CNN. But with one exception – their downtime is spent competing in martial arts sport dambe.
It’s a traditional form of boxing where competitors fight with a single bounded hand for three rounds. As Udoh’s series title suggests, this martial arts club is underground, its presence spread only through word-of-mouth.

“I had a security guard from the north who was talking about it and he showed me a video posted online,” says Udoh. “I thought this is actually true – there is an underground fighting club that a lot of people in Nigeria don’t know about.”

One armed ‘kill’
Dambe’s history stems from the Hausa people in northern Nigeria and is thought to date back centuries. It was local butchers by trade who competed. The stronger punching hand known as the spear is traditionally tied with cotton and rope, while the other hand shields against opponent’s punches.

Contestants can also kick – the fight ends when an opponent falls to the ground – referred to as a “kill”.
Traditionally the cloth bound hand was dipped in resin and covered in shards of glass – this has been banned. Boxing gloves were introduced in some areas to make the sport safer. But many still consider it a brutal sport due to the injuries inflicted.

Viral videos
Long forgotten, the sport is gaining popularity thanks to dedicated YouTube channels such as Dambe Warriors, which launched last year and has garnered more than 57,000 subscribers and 15 million views.
While Udoh’s images present the raw, unfettered energy of the art’s young competitors, dambe is a poor man’s sport. Fighters are almost certainly low income earners.

For them it’s a chance to make money explains Udoh. Tickets for fights are often sold at around 500 Naira ($1.38) per person. “Usually the fight organizers make 50,000 Naira ($137) a day.”
Victorious competitors can earn anywhere from $20 up to $500, which they can use to feed and take care of their families.
“As a fighter – champions earn a lot,” Udoh said. “If you’ve won a lot of fights then you get paid more. There is a hierarchy thing where you attract high fees because you bring in the crowd.”
Gifts are also given by fans. “People send money back to their parents, one fighter was given a house.”

Nigeria’s wealth gap

Udoh spent a week traveling around Niger and Ogun states talking to the boxers who compete. The photographs raise questions on the widening regional inequalities within the country – which has been widely criticized by humanitarian groups.

Those living in often wealthier states in the south have no concept of how their northern neighbors live explains Udoh. “I have friends who have not been out of Lagos since they were born – so they don’t know.”
“People don’t realize every other state is not like Lagos,” he adds.
The photographs are about shedding light upon such regional disparities Udoh explains. In 2012, he spent a month traveling around Kogi to capture the country’s flood victims.

Kogi, a northern state was the worst affected by the 2012 floods. Some 623,900 people were said to have been displaced as a result and 152,575 hectares of farmland destroyed. Many of the victims homes and infrastructure have not yet been rebuilt says Udoh. The towns today remain virtually unchanged since the floods.

“I slept in [my] car for a month to take their pictures, there was nowhere to sleep” says Udoh. “I really felt their pain but there was nothing I could do.”

Nigeria’s recent September floods has killed nearly 200 people in the country and displaced around 176,000, according to Nigeria’s Emergency Management Agency.
Udoh notes the power of his images stem from the stories behind them. He adds: “I want to convince people to look outside of Lagos by telling these stories with my pictures.”

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Jesus treated women as equals, says author Chimamanda Adichie

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She’s a globally-renowned feminist who has never shied away from controversial topics, and at a recent event in Nigeria, author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie referenced Jesus’ treatment of women as proof he saw them as equals.
An audience member challenged Adichie’s views on feminism by stating: “If God wanted us to all to be equal, he would have created us as hermaphrodites.”
“When you use the bible to justify what, in my opinion, is injustice,” the author hit back, “let’s look at how Jesus treated women. Jesus came from a society that was very patriarchal. The Jewish people at that time did not give any regard to women, like many cultures all over the world,” she said.

“Jesus came, and suddenly Jesus is treating women as though they’re his equals. Jesus is talking to women. And the old-fashioned Jewish people were scandalized.”

“Jesus is making a point there,” she added at the event held on Monday to announce the relaunch of her workshop for aspiring writers.
Adichie, 41, was born in Nigeria and is a respected international bestselling author.
Since her first novel, “Purple Hibiscus,” was published at 26, she has won many literary acclaims, including the 2007 Orange prize for her novel on the Biafra war “Half of a Yellow Sun.”
The book was later adapted into a movie starring Thandie Newton and Chiwetel Ejiofor.

The author has become a global authority on gender inequality.
Her viral 2013 TEDxEuston talk, “We Should All Be Feminists,” was turned into a book and given to every 16-year-old in Sweden. Beyoncé also sampled it on her “Lemonade” album, and fashion house Dior used it for a series of slogan T-shirts.
She is also no stranger to controversy. Comments she made about trans women during an interview on a British news channel last year caused an immediate backlash.

In the interview, Adichie, who has previously campaigned for LGBTQ rights in Nigeria, said: “I think if you’ve lived in the world as a man with the privileges that the world accords to men and then sort of change gender, it’s difficult for me to accept that then we can equate your experience with the experience of a woman who has lived from the beginning as a woman and who has not been accorded those privileges that men are.”
She later posted a response on her Facebook page, days later to clarify her position. “We can oppose violence against trans women while also acknowledging differences. Because we should be able to acknowledge differences while also being supportive,” she wrote.

Adichie noted at the Lagos event that: “When you say equal, I think it’s important for you to understand that when people say men and women are equal, people are not saying men and women are the same, because, obviously, we are not.”
She mentioned similarities between the campaign for racial equality and gender.

“In parts of the West, there’s a movement for racial equality,” she said. “Nobody tells black people… ‘does this mean you want to be white?’ or ‘do you think you’re the same as white people? You’re black, and you’re white, but the point is that you have equal access. That’s what this conversation is about.”
A spokeswoman for Adichie declined to comment on her latest remarks.

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Wizkid honoured by Minnesota governor in U. S.

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Award winning Artist, Wizkid, has been honoured in the United States by the governor of Minnesota, Mark Dayton.
Dayton, declared Oct, 6 every year as Wizkid day.
According to the proclamation on his tweeter handle @wizkid, the artiste becomes the first African artiste to sell out Skyway Theatre on Oct.
The only other artist who has achieved same feat in Minnesota, is Beyonce .
Wizkid who just released “Fever” and “Master Groove”, he’s currently on tour in America.
NAN reports that Wizkid, recently walked the runway at the Dolce and Gabanna show in Milan, Italy.
He strutted alongside supermodel Naomi Campbell and musician Tinie Tempah.
The music star is also the first African artist to walk the runway at a Dolce and Gabbana fashion show with his music `Soco’ played at the background.
Wizkid started recording music at age 11 and managed to release a collaborative album with the Glorious Five, a group he and a couple of his church friends formed.

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