Africa: Music is Obviously a Short Lifespan, I’m Already Looking at Other Things That Can Sustain Me- Tiwa Savage


Tiwa Savage is undeniably one of the most celebrated artistes in Africa, exporting Afrobeats across boundaries. She had her first concert recently at the O2 Indigo in London, making her the first African female artiste to clinch such a feat. Tiwa speaks to Azuka Ogijiuba about challenges facing female artistes in Africa, her forthcoming single with British rapper Stefflon Don, […]

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Africa: Why I can’t live a normal life – Veteran Actor Kenneth Okonkwo


With over two decades in the movie industry, Kenneth Okonkwo has carved a niche for himself. The actor-cum-politician and lawyer, who is currently working on a sequel of the 1992 blockbuster, Living in Bondage, speaks with ADENIYI ADEWOYIN on his political ambition and other issues. Excerpts… WHAT projects are you working on now? I am trying to be the governor […]

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Africa: Danny and Elvi Kioupouroglou, Love Across Borders


It’s the season of love and what better time to feature a loved up couple who are not only real to themselves but who have successfully weathered any marital storm despite their cultural differences. While Danny, who is the general manager of Eko Hotel is of Greek origin, Elvi who runs one of the most successful virtual shoe boutique, Myshoes. […]

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African Entertainment: Women, major ingredients for my popularity – Ibu


John Okafor, popularly known as Mr. Ibu, is a Nollywood star and comedian, considered to be one of Nigeria’s most talented comic characters. In this interview with TONY OKUYEME, he bares his mind on sundry issues in the industry. It was reported recently that armed robbers invaded your house in Lagos, and made away with cash and valuables worth millions […]

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African Entertainment: Sex before marriage is nice – Ann Neema

Beautiful Ann Neema is a fast rising actress, model, social ambassador and beauty queen. She won Miss Fotogenix 2014. She is using her NGO platform, The Pink Woman Project to affect less privileged women in rural areas positively. She chats with VANESSA OKWARA about her career, and the kind of man she finds attractive. Brief background I am the first […]

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Africa: Wedding Party Deal Never Came To Me On A Platter- Sola Sobowale


Multifarious actor, screen writer and producer, Sola Sobowale, remains a viewers’ delight any day. The delectable lady of the tube was away from the make-believe industry for nearly two decades, but her enigmatic strides returned her to the spotlight, a feat very hard to achieve in the sector that produces new stars nearly every passing quarter. In this interview with […]

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Africa; I Had Fears Returning To Nollywood After 10 Years Absence –RMD


The image of Richard Mofe Damijo (RMD) looms so large in the Nigerian movie terrain, better known as Nollywood, and justifiably so. This is a man who has been on ground from the 90s when the movement began and is still widely regarded as Nollywood’s leading man more than two decades after. In this interview with ADEDAYO ODULAJA, he speaks […]

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Africa: Lemi Gharioku, the self-taught master artist


Lemi Ghariokwu,self taught Nigerian born artist is the famous illustrator of late Afrocentric king Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s record labels. He also illustrates so many other artists and his creative album designs tell beautiful stories about music and carries along strong message from the artists across through visual capturing of metaphoric thoughts of the artists. Designing about twenty six of Fela’s […]

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Africa: My Fans See Me as Their ATM- Ramsey Nouah


Ramsey Nouah is one of the most sought-after and good-looking actors in Nigeria’s movie industry. He has played several roles; from being a lover boy to a general. In this interview with Tosin Clegg, he talks about the movie ‘My Wife and I,’ Nollywood and his greatest moments as an actor My role in ‘My Wife and I’ Trust me, […]

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African Entertainment: How Nigerian showbiz stars survived recession


One of the most hit industries by the economic recession which started since late 2014 is the Nigerian film industry, better known as Nollywood, which ironically ranks as the third largest in the world. The industry, in the season in focus, lost some notable figures to deaths that could have been avoided had there being sufficient funds for medical care […]

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