A-list actress, Chika Ike covers the latest edition of Vanguard Allure’s Magazine. The beautiful actress was captured looking stunning as she posed in a sexy swim suit in a photo shoot session for the magazine
The Nigerian actress/television personality, producer, businesswoman, philanthropist and model seems to never give up on her pursuit for excellence each passing day
This is the second time she would cover in the Allure Vanguard Magazine, this year.
The photo was also posted on her social media page
It is every parent's joy to see their children mature from childhood and get taken away in marriage in order to grow and establish their own homes, however in recent times, it appears that kind of joy is being stolen from them by their own maids.
Some Nigerian Parents have chosen to vent via social media over the fact that their daughters are being rejected by suitors while their maids are being chosen in their stead
According to the post, the maids end up being well trained especially in chores, welfare of the home,mannerism while their own daughters are languishing in search of a man for marriage
It is quite an irony because these same maids are trained by the mothers who chose to train them instead of training their own kids to be groomed for the same qualities the suitors search for in a wife
Popular female singer, Niniola has taken to Twitter to address the issue and rants surrounding her musical performance at the 12th edition of the Headies Award, last night.
She attributed her poor performance at the Headies Awards event to lack of rehearsals and practice with the band provided for her.
According to her, she flew in from another event and couldn't get a rehearsal down prior to the time for her performance.
Here's what she wrote;
“I honestly was not going to address this issue but I was very firmly convinced within me that I owed each and every one of you a detailed explanation on why I had a performance that was far below the usual expectation of my performances.
“I had flown in from Owerri after a performance yesterday (the evening of the Headies), to grace the Award event that has served as a platform for us as...
Actor, Kelechi Udegbe is the star of a new documentary series, Kelechi’s Quest. The documentary series spotlights the challenges faced by low and medium income earners in Lagos to secure livable shelter and proffers solutions towards providing affordable housing to this class of residents.
In this episode, Kelechi – who is known for his work on Ojuju (2014), Kpians: The Feast of Souls (2014), and Nigerian Prince (2018) – reflects with Lagos residents, Abiodun Majolagbe and Femi Egbayelo on the sufficiency of and accessibility to government housing projects in different parts of the city. He also meets with town planner, Abdulfatai Anofi who sheds light on the suitability and efficiency of government intervention in the housing sector in Lagos.
Directed by filmmaker, Deji Akinpelu, the series is supported by Arctic Infrastructure in partnership with the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
Follow the conversation using the hashtag #KelechisQuest on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
See link to video here: https://youtu.be/uEj8x5IOHsw