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See The Secret Behind Cobhams’ Success

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Cobhams Asuquo, is unarguable a living miracle given the fact he is a blind music producer who has dwarfed every physically challenged and capable music producer in Africa to the point where, if Africa is asked by the world to put forward her best music producer; Cobhams Asuqua will be the most likely choice.
 But the music maestro has what he holds dear to his heart above music and that is his wife - Ojuola Olukanni and his marriage that Asuquo believes have improved his creativity

“Marriage is one of the best things that has happened to me. I am at peace, fulfilled and happy. My creativity has also gotten a boost because inspiration flows when you are comfortable and happy. You wouldn’t know how good marriage is until you get into it and I am very happy that I am with the right person. I have found strength, hope and support.’’
The man who is credited with creating the tunes the defines the careers of mega super stars like, Asa. Dare Art Alade, Timi Dakolo, Bez and ma…

WORKING AMONG MEN IS A WAR ZONE-MAUDLINE BENWARI,FEMALE PAINTER

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MY LOVE FOR FASHION STARTED WAY BACK TENDER AGE- CHIOMA VICTORY, CEO OF CHIVICCOUTURE

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She says she wants  “Chiviccouture to be internationally/globally recognized as one of the best designs in the world. We spoke with Chioma Victory, about what inspires her Chiviccouture clothing line.




How it all began? 

My love for fashion started way-back my tender age. My parents told me that, I always loved to be dressed in to match attires. And that I consistently was very choosy when it comes to what I wear. So I will likely say, my adventure into fashion business all started in my early days.


What inspires you?

Well creativity and the ability to make something new. By putting knowledge, passion and wisdom together. All this are my inspiration.




 What's the unique selling point of your outfit?

A. The quality of the materials I put in place to get the best. B. Its made available for all sizes. For example, a plus size woman don't have to be left out, we put them into considerations while creating my designs, unlike other designers who make/ creates designs only for small or …

I LOVE BEEN SIMPLE- MISS AHOADA

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Miss Rejoice Chiwokwa Nathaniel is the current Miss East Ahoada, in this interview she shares her Experience with www.naijaentertainers.blogspot.com




Your background? 

 I Am from a family of three and am  the first child of the family

How has it been since you won Miss Ahoada?

It has been Hectic though, most times i receive calls from unknown persons.

 Is it your first attempt at beauty Peagent?

Yes it was first attempt 

 What's your fashion routine?

I love been simple, put on my jeans and top but now alot have changed. Now i dress ready  for any occasion because i  meant be called upon at anytime.

 Any pet project? 

Yea. I have an ongoing pet project tagged " Social vices who is to be blamed? Is it lack of parental responsibilities, peer pressue or society".


Advice to youth to stop cultism and other vices? 
 My advice to all youth out there is to shun social vices focus on what will bring in benefit to you,your  family and to  your country at large. what ever you sow today,you…

FORTUNE DROPS NEW SINGLE TITTLED MAMA

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Fortune Okwuenyia, have just dropped a new single tittled  MaMa.  In her words she said " I want to appreciate my wonderful producers, Sir Victor And Hamoney, for doing everything humanly possible in the production of my new music (MaMa). It was awesome working with you guys. To my fans out there, this song is dedicated to all thoes who love their Mother. Respect to all Mothers, you're all awesome".

YOU NEED TO BE CREATIVE TO BECOME A BEAD MAKER - CHIOMA NNAEMEKA

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Over the years, beads have overthrown the use of gold and wire works. Beads used to be considered as a sign of royalty to some tribes, while some use it only during ceremonies. But nowadays, beads are used by everyone, regardless of tribes and functions.  In this Interview, Chioma Nnaemeka takes us round her world of Bead making.

How it all began? 

It all started when I visited my elder brother's house and I found out that my sister in-law is into bead making. So I decided to render a helping hand but she was like you don't know how to and we laughed over it.  Later on  I asked her to show me the steps to a particular necklace she was making because Iam a very fast learner, after wards  I decided to buy beads and  make them into my own designs, from there I became a professional Bead maker . 


What's the unique selling point of your outfit?

I  use beads and a lot of things like flowers, slippers, necklace, roses etc.






How fulfilled are you in your chosen career?

I am s…