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Juju music ruined my dream of being a monogamist – Sir Shina Peters

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Iconic Juju music exponent and guitarist, Oluwashina Akanbi Peters a.k.a. Sir Shina Peters has confessed that he’s an accidental polygamist. SSP hinted that he planned to have just a wife and two children but his profession thwarted that dream. SSP also stated that he is really happy that he is now married and that he has always thought he would never be married because of how the ladies threw themselves at him. His confession reads in part: “When I think about the fact that I am happily married now, it is like a miracle. Before now, whenever I finished a show, I would have about 250 women waiting for me.

The question people should ask me is that out of all the women that swarmed around me, how did I choose a wife? I would say I was destined to be with my wife. But for my profession, my plan was to have only one wife and two children. But the temptation that comes with this business is too much. I always look at things from the spiritual aspect; do you know how many handkerchiefs women have used to rub my face.”

The juju maestro has also said that he now functions as a choir leader at Cherubim and Seraphim Church where he is now very close to God compared to his previous years. Do you know how many strange eyebrow pencils they have drawn and used to wink at me? Do you know how many boobs they have shown me while performing? All these things matter.

But I thank God for my life. The only thing that I have never indulged in is smoking, regardless the substance. Now I am the head of choir, Cherubim and Seraphim (Church); I am closer to God more than ever.”

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Hot bespoke Asoebi styles

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Have you noticed that the traditional ‘Asoebi’ styles of skirt and blouse has eventually fizzled out? Everyone wants something ‘bespoke”.

 

At weddings bride and guests have become even more tasteful in their choices. Everyone wants to stand out; they want their outfits to have that egoistic personality!

 

The bespoke ‘Asoebi’s’ have enchanting features that make them unique.

 

So come with detailed sleeves and freaky designs that set you apart even if the fabric is an ‘Asoebi’ for a party where every other person invited to the occasion is likely to come with the same fabric.

 

Bespoke outfits are clean with sophisticated appeal. Floral details, ruffles, feathers and embroidered outfits are some of the major highlights of Nigerian traditional weddings and we love as ladies slay in these hot ensembles.

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Mo Abudu: Exquisite style icon

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Mosunmola Abudu, popularly called Mo Abudu, is a media mogul, philanthropist, activist, media executive director, producer and the chief executive of Ebony life TV. Mo Abudu hails from Ondo State. She has her educational background in the United Kingdom.

With the success of her hit movie, ‘The wedding party’, produced by EbonyLife Films, she has gotten even more attention from the press and public and so has her style. Mo’s classy and sophisticated fashion sense has earned her the admiration of women of different generations and of course, the men too. She has been described by Forbes as one of Africa’s most successful women.

Mo is one of a kind in the fashion world, she goes for the top and classy outfits; she chooses cool, colourful apparels and combines them with a natural blend of accessories.

Mo is considered to quite a fashion icon. From her vibrant yet classy style to her flawless makeup and versatile hairstyles, Mo understands the importance of building an image and making good impressions with her style.

 

Today, we crush on this woman’s amazing sense of style.

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Creative industry: CORA/Arterial Network Nigeria, Law firm sign MoU

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CORA/Arterial Network Nigeria has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a leading full-service commercial law firm, Ajumogobia & Okeke, for pro-bono professional legal advisory services to Nigerian artists and creative industry entrepreneurs, under an initiative called Arterial Nigeria Enterprise Support Programme (ESP). At the signing of the MoU, a former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Odein Ajumogobia, who signed on behalf of the law firm, expressed his firm’s excitement to partner CORA/Arterial Network Nigeria in providing legal backing and support for artists and creative entrepreneurs to succeed in their businesses.

Chairperson of CORA/Arterial Network Nigeria, Jahman Anikulapo, who signed the MoU on behalf of the Network, thanked the management of Ajumogobia & Okeke for the confidence reposed in CORA/Arterial Network and their recognition of the potential of the creative industries.

He assured the law firm that members of the CORA/Arterial Network Nigeria would utilize the opportunity judiciously. Subject to the terms of the MoU, Nigerian artists and creative en-trepreneurs, who are members of CORA/Arterial Network Nigeria, will enjoy free legal advisory on their projects and business documentation.

These benefits will include pro bono general legal advisory services to CORA/Arterial Network’s members on Intellectual Property protection, advice in contract negotiations (exclusive of contract drafting), sponsorship, tours and agency. The law firm will also assist members, on pro bono basis, in trademark registration and protection, copyright notifications, brand protection and licensing. Members will be guided by the law firm, on pro bono basis, in the preparation of legal documents required for processing credit facilities with banks, especially the Bank of Industry’s facilities for the creative industries.

These legal advisory services will be available for artists and creative entrepreneurs who are members of CORA/Arterial Network Nigeria living and working in Lagos (and its environment), Abuja (and its environment) and Port Harcourt (and its environment). CORA/Arterial Network was represented at the formal execution of the MoU by the Chairperson, Jahman Anikulapo, National Coordinator, Ayodele Ganiu, Treasurer, Adesola Alamutu, Copyright Advocacy Group Leader, Fola Martins, and the secretariat’s intern, Amaka Obioji. The event was witnessed by journalists from the mainstream Nigerian media.

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