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Firm rewards most innovative looks at Brotherhood Ojuju ball with N2million

By Guardian Nigeria
26 September 2022   |   4:04 pm
As part of activities for the premiere of the much-anticipated crime-action blockbuster, Brotherhood, Africa’s leading experiential and activations company, Riquesa Africa, celebrated the best-dressed celebrities with N2 million.

As part of activities for the premiere of the much-anticipated crime-action blockbuster, Brotherhood, Africa’s leading experiential and activations company, Riquesa Africa, celebrated the best-dressed celebrities with N2 million.

Keeping with the theme ‘Ojuju’, several celebrities such as Mercy Aigbe, Bisola Aiyeola, Dorathy Bachor, Ifu Ennada, Prince Nelson, Alex Unusual, Pretty Mike, Elozonam, Priscilla Ajoke Ojo, and Enioluwa Adeoluwa among others stormed the show in their creatively designed outfits to give fans and other guests a memorable experience.

BBNaija reality star and business entrepreneur, Ifu Ennada, was styled by Toyin Lawani, while TikTok content creator, Tijani Alexander popularly known as ‘I am Tjan’, wore a design by Osemwengie Dennis Odion. The duo were announced as the best-dressed celebrities and rewarded with one million naira each.

While the reality television star pulled off an exquisite use of makeup, nails, high-hair-bun, and creative use of a cockerel and hummingbird as avant-garde theme, Tijani, was wholly bedecked in white ensemble made up of a crown, beads, and gown. His outfit is reminiscent of a priest-king with traditional voodoo charms attached around the waist.

Riquesa, a marketing communications agency co-owned by Ayodeji Razaq and Adim Isiakpona, provides top-notch execution and experiential marketing solutions for clients, while also applying an insightful approach to project management, leveraging its strong people network pan Nigeria.

Speaking about how creative expression is the core of the company’s DNA, Isiakpona who was also an Executive producer on Brotherhood said the movie premier gave Riquesa the opportunity to celebrate with guests as they truly expressed their creativity at the event.

Rating the film as a blockbuster, the CEO of Riquesa, Sandra Ajayi, stated that the film is set to change the movie industry in Africa, adding that she is “proud of the partnership between Riquesa and the Ojuju ball.

“I believe this partnership shows how Riquesa as a marketing communication company is at the forefront of creative expression.”

The crime-action thriller produced by the award-winning filmmaker, Jade Osiberu, is a movie based on two brothers (twin) being on opposite sides of the law – the police force and a notorious gang of robbers.

The film hit the big screens in the cinemas on Friday, September 23, across African countries including Nigeria, Benin Republic, Burkina Faso, Togo, Niger Republic, Senegal, Congo, Rwanda, Gabon, Guinea, and Madagascar, with plans for an appearance in Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast).