In the last 30 years, Atunyota Alleluya Akpobome, popularly known as Ali Baba has built standup comedy from the scratch to become a big showbiz in the country patronized by the high and the mighty in the society.
REA preaches love, hard work in levels
Though new in the Nigerian music scene, Rachael Azubuike is indeed an embodiment of talent when it comes to what she does best, music.Also known by the stage name REA, the graduate of Psychology has continued to meander her way into the mainstream....
Acquire new skills to survive 2019
New technologies have taken over the workplace, which is why unemployment is rampart. To thrive and survive in the new millennium, you have to acquire new skills. Formal education is no longer enough to gain employment; you have to acquire new skills. I entered journalism as a proof reader on the Nigerian Tribune, Ibadan in…
Moghalu pledges N1trillion fund for creative industry, start-ups if elected
As part of his presidential campaign, the candidate of the Young Progressive Party (YPP), Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, recently held an interactive session with some key players in the creative industry and entrepreneurs at the Freedom Park, Lagos.
NFVCB seeks support of security agencies, filmmakers on policy document
In what looks like the first major event of the film industry in 2019, the National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) brought a wide spectrum of security agencies in conference with film practitioners, on the need to sanitise the film industry of unclassified film and video works.
Talent discovery… One of Ambode’s footprints in entertainment industry
Over the past three years, thousands of youths across Lagos have had the opportunity to showcase their talents to the world under the auspice of Lagos Grows Talents and One Lagos Fiesta, an initiative of the entertainment-loving Governor of Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode.
Decluttering your home: The ultimate room by room guide
Every home needs care and attention, but after a while, it will take more than mere sweeping and dusting to clear the mess that has been creating by piling up things one over another. For some, this is the sign of dissatisfaction with themselves, for others, it’s just the expected reflection of their busy lives.…
Be careful what you say
Perhaps, I need to expatiate that this headline is inadequate to explain my message today. By what you say I mean what you dream, pray for, think and what you do. “The tongue also is a fire,”James 3:6. On a windy day in March 1997, a father and a son visited the Valley Forge National…
Michael Elégbèdé: From Nigeria to James beard on a culinary plate
“I missed home and I wanted to learn about the culture that I’d been so detached from for over 13 years. I wanted to understand the Nigerian food in different parts of the country”.
Ugwuanyi visits highlife music maestro, Mike Ejeagha
Enugu State governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi in line with his administration’s tradition paid a surprise visit recently to the highlife music icon, Mike Ejeagha at his Abakpa Nike, Enugu residence.
You need ‘can do’ spirit and divine grace to get there, says Mudi
When a list of leading fashion designers in Nigeria today is drawn, a vantage position for Clement Mudiaga Enajemo, CEO of Mudi Africa is assured. From the early 90s when he started out at Ikosi, Ketu, Lagos...