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Category Archives: Interviews

Here’s What You Need To Know About Nigerian Magician and Musician, Que Peller

Que Peller is not your regular artiste. Asides from being the younger brother of nightclub owner, Shina Peller, Que Peller is currently the only Nigerian who has been able to combine music and magic. On his Accelerate TV cover, he revealed his reason for merging these two arts and explained that he learnt magic tricks from…

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“After 40 Years, My Family Finally Forgave Me For Becoming A Musician” – King Sunny Ade

King Sunny Ade is one of the most successful, widely celebrated and well known African entertainers of all time. Sunny Ade, whose real name is Sunday Ishola Anthony Adeniyi Adegeye, has proven in over 5 decades of artistry that traditional Nigerian music, made in indigenous languages can gain global recognition and win hearts of fans…

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Many People Don’t Know That I Didn’t Finish My Degree”- Beauty Expert, Lola Maja

Although the Nigerian beauty and cosmetic scene consists an amazing number of make-up artistes and beauty lines, women like Lola Maja are considered in a league of theirs for good reasons. Lola Maja is popularly known for special effect makeup in Nigeria. Her role in helping the characters of The Figurine and October 1 cannot…

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DJ Cuppy Opens Up on Her Relationship with Footballer, Victor Anichebe on Rubbin’ Minds

DJ sensation, Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola popularly known as ‘DJ Cuppy’ on Sunday opened up about her relationship with Super Eagles international and Sunderland FC striker, Victor Anichebe. DJ Cuppy with boyfriend, Victor Anichebe She made this public while featuring as a guest on the popular youth talk show, Rubbin’ Minds on Channels TV with host…

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“I See Nigeria Exporting Cars in the Next 15 Years”- Cosmas Maduka, Founder Coscharis Group

This week’s CNN Marketplace Africa sees host Zain Asher interview Cosmas Maduka, founder of Nigerian conglomerate Coscharis Group. Asked about where the seeds of his success originate from, Maduka tells CNN about the apprenticeship he undertook: “This apprenticeship time was the best moment of my life. My brain was open, sharp. When people were going…

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Fashion Entrepreneur Olatorera Oniru Talks About the Inspiration Behind Her Upcoming ‘Made in Africa’ Event

Olatorera Oniru is one ambitious young entrepreneur. The 29 year-old lady is the founder of Dressmeoutlet.com, a Lagos-based e-commerce startup that retails fashion products sourced from across the globe. As Dressmeoutlet.com prepares for the its second edition of ‘Cocktails and Dresses’ event set to hold on the 11th of December, 2016 at the luxurious Intercontinental…

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It’s a Girl’s Journey from Insecurities & Pain- Watch Toke Makinwa Talk About Her ‘Tell All’ Book ‘On Becoming’

‘On Becoming’ and award winning multi-media personality, Toke Makinwa has released a video detailing her journey to the publication and launch of the book ‘On Becoming’ Titled the ‘The Journey to Become’ and directed by The Film Factory, the short clip helps to highlight certain pivotal events and decisions that influenced Toke’s decision to write…

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ELOY Awards Takes Centre Stage Tomorrow! It’s Founder Tewa Onasanya, Shares Her Empowering Journey

As the 8th edition of the ELOY (Exquisite Ladies of the Year) Awards 2016 is set to hold tomorrow 27th of November at the Intercontinental Hotel Lagos, Editor in Chief of Exquisite Magazine and Founder of ELOY Awards Tewa Onasanya shares exclusively with OnoBello.com her journey and passion on this life changing signature project. ELOY Awards…

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Say What? DMW’s First lady Lola Rae Can’t Speak Pidgin English! Watch the Hilarious Video

It may surprise you to know that Lola Rae, who recently got signed to Davido’s DMW music label cannot fluently speak proper Pidgin English. The beautiful singer revealed this while appearing on Day Pass with Accelerate TV. The fast-rising star later requested help from OAP and comedian, Nedu Wazobia who gave her a few tips…

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Helping Nigeria’s Blood Shortage! Temie Giwa-Tubosun of LifeBank, on CNN ‘African Start-Up’

CNN ‘African Start-Up’ this week reports from Nigeria, profiling Temie Giwa-Tubosun, the founder and CEO of LifeBank, a start-up looking to tackle the difference between life and death. LifeBank was established in 2015 following the difficulties Giwa-Tubosun found giving birth to her son, and to help a shortage of blood in Nigeria. Using an app,…

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