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Chief Daddy Premiere: Nigerian Traditional Attire Outshines

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Nigerian celebrities stepped out in their traditional attire for the premiere of EbonyLife’s latest film, ‘Chief Daddy’.
The cast members and guests alike, took the theme ‘Opulently Nigerian’ seriously and showed up representing various ethnic groups in the country.
Fashion influencers and media personalities, Toke Makinwa and Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, who represented the Yoruba and Igbo cultures respectively, led the park of beautifully tailored traditional pieces.
Actor, Stan Nze showed up representing the Igala tribe with actresses, Inidima Okojie, Ini Edo and Toyin Abraham looking elegant in their Edo, Efik and Yoruba costumes respectively.

L-R Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and Toke Makinwa at ‘Chief Daddy’ premiere

Also, actress Omoni Oboli tapped her Benin roots, filmmaker, Kunle Afolayan wore a Kembe set while newly wedded couple, Ibrahim Suleiman and Linda Ejiofor stepped out in avant-garde traditional pieces.
The premiere was also attended by actresses, Shaffy Bello, Chioma Akpota, Uche Jombo and actors, Richard Mofe-Damijo and Falz the Bhad guy who religiously followed the theme.

L-R Stan Nze and Inidima Okojie at ‘Chief Daddy’ premiere.

‘Chief Daddy’ is centered on the life of an extravagant and larger-than-life billionaire industrialist, Chief Beecroft, who is known to be a pillar of the society.
All seems well in the Beecroft household until Chief Daddy passes away and suddenly the ‘wheels begin to turn’ and things go awry.
The film stars Nollywood veterans and new faces including, Nkem Owoh, Bisola Aiyeola, Ini Edo, Joke Silva, Dakore Akande, Richard Mofe-Damijo, Folarin Falana and Patience Ozokwo.
The movie, which will be in cinemas from Dec. 14, was written by Bode Asinyanbi and directed by Niyi Akinmolayan.

 

 

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Tiwa Savage signs to Universal Music Group

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  • The Nigerian singer songwriter new deal will see her music released via UMG in over 60 countries around the world.

TIWA SAVAGE has signed to Universal Music Group (UMG), the music label announced today.
The acclaimed Nigerian singer songwriter, one of Africa’s biggest stars and an artist whose success spans music, fashion, film and television, has entered an exclusive global recording agreement with the group.
As part of the deal, all of Savage’s future music will be released internationally through UMG’s operations in more than 60 countries worldwide. Projects will be executively produced by Efe Ogbeni of Regime Music Societe and Vannessa Amadi-Ogbonna.
Savage, born in Lagos, Nigeria, received a scholarship to study professional music at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, before embarking on a career that has seen her achieve creative success across a multitude of fields.
Savage said: “My biggest goal is to make Africa proud. I’m so excited for this moment and I’m thankful to Sir Lucian Grainge and my new UMG family for their belief in my dreams. I’m looking forward to this next chapter in my career and I’m more ready than I have ever been.”
Last year was the 39-year-old’s most successful to date. She was crowned best African act at the MTV European Music Awards, making history as the first female to win the accolade. In the same year, she also became the first African woman to sell out London’s IndigO2. In December, Savage was handpicked by Coldplay’s lead singer Chris Martin to perform alongside Beyonce, Ed Sheeran and Jay Z live at the Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg to a 70,000 strong audience and millions across the globe in celebration of the centenary of Nelson Mandela’s birth.

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Savage’s career has already seen her perform around the world, including a notable performance at Jay Z’s Made In America festival in Philadelphia in 2017.
She’s been named as one of the top 100 inspirational women in fashion by Vogue US.
Savage has released a string of singles including Mr Lova Lova ft Duncan Mighty, Diet and Tiwa’s Vibe all of which made it to the No. 1 spot across charts within Africa, securing her position as one of Afrobeats leading artists.
Throughout her career, Savage has been active in her philanthropic endeavours, supporting various youth engagement organisations and breast cancer screening projects across Nigeria and further afield. Through her work with MTV’s Shuga, Savage is also keen to share further knowledge of HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness within the continent. One of Africa’s most followed women on social media, she was the first African female to represent Pepsi as an ambassador and represents leading global brands including Nike, MegaGrowth Hair, MTN and Star Beer.
Throughout summer 2019, Tiwa will play a string of international festivals including the UK’s Wireless Festival, Afropunk in Paris and Oh My! Festival in Amsterdam.
Adam Granite, EVP market development, Universal Music Group said: “We are looking forward to partnering with Tiwa and her team to help her music reach new audiences around the world. As one of Africa’s most successful, influential and dynamic singer-songwriters, Tiwa has truly global ambitions and UMG is committed to help her in achieving them.”
Efe Ogbeni and Vannessa Amadi-Ogbonna of Stealth Management said: “We’re very proud to be a part of this ground-breaking partnership between Tiwa Savage and Universal Music Group. Tiwa is undoubtedly the most hardworking and talented female artist crossing over from Africa to the rest of the world, and UMG has demonstrated its commitment to the Continent by placing its formidable machinery behind her amazing career. Partnerships like these symbolise the hopes and dreams of so many talented artists back home in Africa and it is an honour to be the executive producers of her project.”

 

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The Man Who Owns ASOS Lost 3 Children In The Sri Lanka Attacks

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On Easter Sunday, at least 321 people died in a spree of bombing attacks in Sri Lanka. On Monday, a spokesperson for ASOS confirmed that three of the children of Anders Holch Povlsen, the brand’s billionaire exec, were among the slain. Victims also included a celebrity chef and her daughter, an American fifth grader, a British lawyer and her children, two Turkish engineers, and many who were worshipping at church.

“I can confirm that three children have been killed,” Jesper Stubkier, the communications manager for Holch Povlsen’s wholesale clothing business, Bestseller, tells the Guardian. “We have no further comment and we ask that the family’s privacy is respected at this time.” The spokesman declined to comment on which of Holch Povlsen’s four children had died, or whether other members of the family had been visiting Sri Lanka. CNN is reporting that Holch Povlsen was in Sri Lanka with his family on vacation, according to Danish media.

Holch Povlsen is worth $5.7 billion, and is Denmark’s wealthiest man, Forbes reports. Not only is he the largest stakeholder in ASOS, he is the CEO of the retail chain Bestseller and one of the largest landowners in Scotland.

On Tuesday, Sri Lankan officials said the Islamist militant group National Thowheeth Jama’ath is responsible for the highly coordinated attacks, targeting Roman Catholic churches in the midst of Easter celebrations, luxury hotels, and a housing development. Time magazine is reporting Rajitha Senaratne, the country’s health minister, said the seven suicide bombers who carried out the attacks were Sri Lankan citizens affiliated with the domestic group, but that authorities suspect foreign ties as well.

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Naomi Campbell, 48, goes braless in bold zebra print suit as she rules the runway during Fashion Week in Nigeria after ‘split from Liam Payne, 25’

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Naomi Campbell appeared to brush aside her recent ‘split’ as she commanded the catwalk during Arise Fashion Week in Lagos, Nigeria, on Saturday evening.
The supermodel, 48, left little to the imagination as she went braless underneath her quirky zebra print suit, fresh from the Triple RRR collection by Robert Cavalli.

Nailing androgynous chic, the runway queen’s two-piece featured a structured longline blazer and sleek straight-leg trousers.

Naomi boosted her modelesque physique in a pair of eccentric black gladiator heels, and accessorised with a selection of sparkly gold bodychains.
With her tresses worn in a straight style, the brunette bombshell accentuated her youthful-looking complexion with heavy strokes of matte foundation and metallic black eyeshadow.

Naomi’s show-stopping appearance comes after it was reported she had dumped singer Liam, 25, after just four months of dating.
Liam and Naomi had a lot of fun together, they got on well and had a laugh. But it just wasn’t meant to be.
They are going to stay friends – there are no hard feelings with either of them.

Naomi has taken the decision to let things fizzle out. She’s just not into Liam any more and has cast him aside. Quite simply she got a bit bored.
He was always the more keen, slightly needy one and, as far as she was concerned, they were never officially an item anyway. It’s always been very casual.


Speculation of a blossoming romance between the two began when they celebrated the New Year together in Ghana.

Described as the most beautiful runway in Africa, the three day event kicked off with Arise Talks on Easter Good Friday,  where industry heads and experts deliberated on diverse issues in the fashion industry and how it can change the African narrative. The conversations were part of the organisers, Arise Media, mission to continue to empower African designers to compete globally.


Campbell, at one of the sessions unveiled a deal with Gucci brand that reward hidden fashion talents in three universities across Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa. University of Lagos is the beneficiary in Nigeria. Campbell revealed that it was her own way of giving back to the continent since her over three decades sojourn in the fashion industry.
The first runway show exploded with an assortment of fabrics, beautifully constructed into cuts, frills, layers and a luxury of colours from designers such as Mai Atafo, Torlowei, Tokyo James and Turfah.

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Bangla New Year celebrated in Nigeria with colour & festivity

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The members of the diaspora, expatriate Bangalees of India and High Commission families took part.


DHAKA, People’s Republic of Bangladesh, April 17, 2019/ — Bangladesh High Commission in Abuja, Nigeria celebrated Bangla New Year-1426 on 14 April 2019 at the Chancery amid melodious music, spectacular dance, recitation and traditional cuisine depicting rich Bengalee culture and heritage.

Mr. Md. Shameem Ahsan,ndc, High Commissioner exchanged New Year’s greetings with the guests. In his welcome remarks, he expressed hope that the New Year would bring in renewed happiness and prosperity in the lives of all Bangalees living in the country and abroad. While touching on the non-communal & secular tradition in the Bangalee culture, he mentioned that recent recognition of MangalShobhajatra by UNESCO as ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity’ has added a new dimension to the celebration of Bangla New Year. Community members also spoke on the occasion. A video documentary on MangalShobhajatrawas screened.The discussion session was followed by a colourful cultural function which impressed the guests. The members of the diaspora, expatriate Bangalees of India and High Commission families took part.

The auditorium was beautifully decorated giving an aura of Bangalee culture with the use of sari, traditional motifs, articles and handicrafts of Bangladesh. A good number of guests including members of civil society and a large number of expatriate Bangalees from West Bengal, community members and Mission officials were present at the event.

The guests were served with traditional Bangalee cuisine which contained flavour of Bangalee food.

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Women better at hiding infidelities than men: Researchers

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Scientists in Australia have revealed that women can judge whether a man is likely to be unfaithful just by looking at his face but men are less able to spot a cheating woman, debunking the universality of the notion that one can’t hide one’s lying eyes.
The researchers at the University of Western Australia took a group of 1,500 people and showed them pictures of 189 Caucasian adults (101 men and 88 women), having first asked them if they had been unfaithful to their partners.
Respondents were then asked to rank these faces on a scale of one to 10, where one is “not at all likely to be unfaithful” and 10 is “extremely likely” to play the field.
The result, published in the journal Royal Society Open Science, was that “both men and women were accurate in assessing men’s, but not women’s, likelihood to cheat and poach.”
The scientists wanted to examine not only whether men and women could spot potential infidelity in each other but also whether it was possible to detect a possible “poacher” of the same sex.
They cited research showing that 70 percent of people across more than 50 cultures report an attempt to poach someone else’s partner and 60 percent saying they were successful.
The results were “not as expected”, the scientists admitted. Men were able to spot potential poachers among other men but even when other women were judging, the female of the species was inscrutable.
“Taken together, both men and women showed above-chance accuracy for men’s faces but not women’s faces. Therefore, perceived unfaithfulness may indeed contain some kernel of truth in male faces,” the scientists wrote.
What makes women suspect men might sleep around?
According to the survey, it mainly boils down to perceived masculinity, although the researchers came up with another unexpected result, suggesting it’s not the best-looking men that play away the most.
“Surprisingly, even though more attractive men were rated as more unfaithful, they were less likely to engage in actual mate poaching,” the study said.
Despite the findings, one of the scientists involved in the report cautioned against jumping to conclusions on a first date.
Although men are marginally more likely to betray infidelity with their features, it is still difficult to spot possible cheats from one individual’s face, said Yong Zhi Foo.
“If we are to rely solely on our first impressions to detect cheaters/poachers, then we will make substantial errors,
our results must not be taken to mean that first impressions can be used in any everyday situations,” he added.

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Marvel’s ‘Black Widow’: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Star O-T Fagbenle Lands Lead Role Opposite Scarlett Johansson

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The Handmaid’s Tale star O-T Fagbenle has landed a lead role opposite Scarlett Johansson in Marvel’s Black Widow.
He joins fellow stars Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz and David Harbour.

Most of the plot of the Cate Shortland-directed film is unknown besides that fact that it will be an origin story on Natasha Romanoff (Johansson) and how she went from a KGB spy assassin to a member of S.H.I.E.L.D. and an Avenger.
It is expected to premiere in either May or November of next year.
Fagbenle stars in season 3 of The Handmaid’s Tale, which returns for season 3 on June 5. Deadline first reported the news of his casting.
The next Marvel film, Avengers: Endgame, which stars Johansson, is in theaters later this month.

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Tamar Braxton says her family loves her new Nigerian boo

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Tamar Braxton’s relationship with her Nigerian boo seems to be going strong and the singer tells PEOPLE that her sometimes ornery family members love him so.
“They love him. He is really kinda hard to not love,” she said gushing. “He’s a great guy, comes from a great family. Has great morals. He loves my son to pieces.”

Braxton said she’s dating a Nigerian man who is in finance and he’s very much into her and hasn’t been caught up in the ugliness of social media because he doesn’t have any accounts.

“He’s not on social media. We just have a regular, amazing relationship,” she said.
As for her Braxton Family Values WeTV show, Braxton said her new beau won’t have much on-screen time because she still wants to keep the relationship close.

“You won’t see a whole lot. Only because I’m not really ready to divulge everything. It’s new. New,” She said adding emphasis. “I just kinda wanna keep it to myself as long as I can.”
Braxton who is still waiting for her divorce from Vincent Herbert, to be finalized is open to tying the knot again.
“If I was asked, I’d have to think about that,” she said when the hosts PEOPLE TV asked if she’d want to get married again.

Braxton joked saying marriage was “definitely not off the table with T’Challa,” referring to her boyfriend as the lead character in Black Panther.
Braxton said she plans to visit her boyfriend’s native land of Nigeria soon.
“I’m looking forward to going. It’s his mom birthday celebration and I think I might have some things to do.”
As for her new man’s ability to adjust to fame, Braxton said he rolls with it.

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Driving Job Creation for Africa’s Youth: Mentor to Watch – Uzodinma Iweala, CEO of The Africa Center in New York.

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Uzodinma is an award-winning writer, filmmaker, and medical doctor. He is the CEO of The Africa Center in New York, promoting a new narrative about Africa and its diaspora through a focus on culture, policy and business. He is the author of three books: Beasts of No Nation (2005), a novel also adapted into a major motion picture; Our Kind of People (2012), a non-fiction account of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria; and Speak No Evil (2018), a novel about coming-of-age in Washington, D.C. His books have been mentioned by Time Magazine, The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, The Times and Rolling Stone. ‘Uzodinma Iweala completed his undergraduate studies at Harvard University and he earned a medical degree at Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons.’

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Driving Job Creation for Africa’s Youth: Mentor to Watch- Ada Osakwe, CEO of Agrolay Ventures

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Ada is an award-winning food entrepreneur and investor. She was also a lead in the launch of the Youth Employment in Agriculture Program (YEAP) that supported the rise of a new cadre of food-entrepreneurs in Nigeria through training, mentorship and financing. Ada is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and a Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow. In 2016, she was Entrepreneur of the Year and featured on Choiseul 100 Africa list consecutively from 2016 to 2018. She received the ‘Achiever in Agriculture’ Award and was on the 2014 Forbes 20 Youngest Power Women in Africa list. She is also a mentor on the Future Global Leaders Fellowship.

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Universal becomes first major to license Nigeria-based music streaming service, uduX

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Universal Music Group has inked a licensing agreement with Nigeria-based music streaming service uduX.
UMG is the first major music company to license its catalog to uduX, Nigeria’s first domestically launched music streaming service which offers users access to high-quality audio and HD music videos.

uduX is currently available via monthly subscription through Habari by GTBank, a leading platform for music, shopping and lifestyle content launched in November 2018.
The service will also be fully incorporated into the Nigerian music market as a stand-alone app in the coming months.
Under the terms of the agreement and effective immediately, uduX will distribute music from UMG’s world-renowned labels through its streaming service in Nigeria.
Users will now have access to UMG’s extensive catalog of both Nigerian and global recording artists including Eminem, Tekno, Post Malone, Nicki Minaj, Lady Zamar, Lil Wayne, Bob Marley, Brenda Fassie, Wurld, J.Cole, Dr. Tumi, Nasty C, Hugh Masekela, Larry Gaaga, Tamia, Maroon 5, Aka & Anatii, TJAN, Jah Prayzah, Nonso Bassey, Mafikizolo, Cina Soul, Ella Mai,and Mr. Eazi.
Last year, UMG announced the launch of Universal Music Nigeria, a new division within Western Africa to provide artists with comprehensive opportunities throughout the region and to provide pan-African talent the best possible launch pad for wider international success.
UMG is accelerating the company’s focus on growing the entire African music ecosystem including recorded music, music publishing, production, live events, brand partnerships and merchandising efforts.

In making the announcement Chidi Okeke, Chief Executive Officer of Groove Platforms, who is responsible for the creation and development of uduX music, said: “We have created a new platform to bring value to the music ecosystem both here in Nigeria, and the wider world at large.
UduX music is excited to be working with Universal Music Group to help shape the future of digital music consumption in Africa and provide Nigerian music fans with access to their favorite artists from around the world.”

Ezegozie Eze Jr., General Manager, Universal Music Nigeria, added: “This partnership extends our reach and makes our artists’ music even more accessible to Nigerian music lovers.
“We are delighted to be the first global music company to partner with uduX and look forward to bringing the extraordinary creativity of our artists to as many Nigerian users as possible.”

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Ada is an award-winning food entrepreneur and investor. She was also a lead in the launch of the Youth Employment in Agriculture Program (YEAP) that supported the rise of a new cadre of food-entrepreneurs in Nigeria through training, mentorship and financing. Ada is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and a Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellow.

In 2016, she was Entrepreneur of the Year and featured on Choiseul 100 Africa list consecutively from 2016 to 2018. She received the ‘Achiever in Agriculture’ Award and was on the 2014 Forbes 20 Youngest Power Women in Africa list. She is also a mentor on the Future Global Leaders Fellowship.

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Uzodinma Iweala : CEO of The Africa Center in New York.

Uzodinma is an award-winning writer, filmmaker, and medical doctor. He is the CEO of The Africa Center in New York, promoting a new narrative about Africa and its diaspora through a focus on culture, policy and business. He is the author of three books: Beasts of No Nation (2005), a novel also adapted into a major motion picture; Our Kind of People (2012), a non-fiction account of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria; and Speak No Evil (2018), a novel about coming-of-age in Washington, D.C. His books have been mentioned by Time Magazine, The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, The Times and Rolling Stone. ‘Uzodinma Iweala completed his undergraduate studies at Harvard University and he earned a medical degree at Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons.’

 

 

ENTER NIGERIA Winning Sunday with The Young Netpreneur for the Week :Ken Nwadiogbu @kennwadio

 

Ken Nwadiogbu (b. 1994) is a Nigerian born Multidisciplinary Artist, popularly known as KenArt, whose practice is primarily centered around hyper-realistic drawings and works on paper.
Nwadiogbu believes that the society speaks- This voice inspires his art, which evaluates, interrogates and challenges socio-political structures and issues within the society. In his reply to this society, he is able to inspire one or two people to also re-valuate their socio-political structures as we know it. The desire to change his society and the way people think is what drives him to create art every day. Gender equality, African cultures, and Black power are a few aspects of his current research and artistic practice.
Nwadiogbu was born in Lagos, Nigeria and holds a B.Sc in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. His art career started in the university, and with no formal training, has pushed him to become one of the most interesting young contemporary artists from Nigeria, creating works that question life- calling out some of the problems and becoming very grounded in human consciousness..
Nwadiogbu has been featured in lots of local and international group exhibitions and fairs, including the Insanity exhibition, sponsored by Frot Foundation, in Omenka Gallery, Nigeria; the TMC’s It’s Not Furniture, curated by Winifred Okpapi; the Artyrama’s group exhibition curated by Mr Jess Castellote; Art X Lagos, sponsored by Artyrama Gallery, in Lagos, Nigeria; the Moniker Art Fair, sponsored by Creative Debuts, in Brooklyn, NYC; the Anti-Trump show organised in UK; the Afriuture Exhibition by Ramati Art Africa in association with Commonwealth Africa Summit, in Toronto, Canada; amongst many others. He has been televised and publicized on different platforms like Guardian Life, Tush Magazine, WIRED Magazine, Candid Magazine, Bored Panda, BBC, CNN, and more as well as inspiring and encouraging young creatives through public speaking appearances like TEDx. He co-founded Artists Connect NG, the largest Nigerian artist gathering that took place at Lekki Leisure Lake, in Lagos, Nigeria.
To Nwadiogbu, Art is indeed timeless, it is his solace and hiding place, a safe haven he has found to be devoid of restrictions, boxes and boundaries.

 


 

 

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