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CNN Journalist, Stephanie Busari Tackles Kemi Olunloyo’s Claims That She Worked There For 20 Years

Drama ensued on twitter after controversial investigative blogger, Kemi Olulonyo claimed that she worked at CNN for 20 years, a claim that was quickly tackled by CNN correspondent in Nigeria, Stephanie Busari. Speaking via a tweet, she said on Twitter that she was an investigative journalist with CNN from 1994 till 2014. She tweeted: “Some…

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Ahead Of Cognac Week, D’USSÉ® Hosts Tastemakers To Exclusive Dinner & Party In Lagos

Last weekend, D’USSE introduced tastemakers in Lagos to its bold and expressive cognac, DUSSE XO. The exclusive event commenced with an intimate dinner hosted by the DUSSE Cellar Master, Michel Casavecchia and Global Brand Ambassador, Sullivan Doh. Guests discovered DUSSE as they were hosted to an evening of gastronomic experience through a five-course meal created…

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CNN’s Stephanie Busari Turns 40 Today! Check Out Her Gorgeous Birthday Photos

Cable Network News (CNN) Africa Editor, Stephanie Buhari turns 40 today! The award winning journalist whose extensive coverage of the missing Chibok Girls recently earned her an honorary award at the prestigious Gracie Awards, had a photo session with TY Bello and has released the gorgeous new photos to mark her special day. She also took to Instagram…

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OB Instagram Round Up: Adesua Etomi, Tiwa Savage, Dakore Egbuson, D’Banj, More!

Hello Style Revolutionists, we are here with one of your favs! It’s the “OB Weekend Instagram Roundup” for the week. So here is a full dose of the hottest gists and happenings from Instagram last weekend.   Davido started building a new house for the family of the young boy who he promised to see through…

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Kudos! Nigerian Born CNN Journalist Stephanie Busari, 4 Others Honoured with Gracie Awards

Nigerian born journalist – CNN Africa’s producer and editor Stephanie Busari was among 4 others from CNN honoured with Gracie Awards, presented by the Alliance for Women in media. She was honoured for her persistent work in covering the plight of the Chibok girls and making sure the world didn’t forget their story and thousands like…

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