Friday, August 16, 2013

It Came, It Saw & It was Fabulous! Sunday 4th August 2013 Marked the end of Africa Fashion Week London 2013 Sponsored by Glo

Africa Fashion Week London Sponsored by Glo - Bellanaija - August2013001It was glam, fabulous models and enthusiastic designers at the Africa Fashion Week London which took place at the Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, Shoreditch.
Currently in its third year, the event saw big and emerging fashion names unveil their latest collections. The runway featured designs from countries like Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Congo, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Kenya and Morocco and also from Britain and the Caribbean.
The four-day event was rounded off with the African Arts and Fashion Banquet on Sunday 4th August 2013 at Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London. It was expected to create opportunities to foster partnerships with business communities globally, thereby creating jobs, generating wealth and eradicating poverty in Africa.
Globacom, sponsors of the event, stated that it was impressed with decision of the organizers to set up an endowment fund for talented student designers/artists and emerging designers/artists. It added that Globacom, being an indigenous African company, was committed to youth empowerment.
The company stated further that that it teamed up with the organizers of African Fashion Show London “towards celebrating our unique and diverse African cultural heritage through fashion” adding that it sponsored the event to help promote and sustain African fashion and cultural heritage.
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Celebrity Stylist/Fashion Designer Toyin Lawani shares Intimate Photo of her Bare Baby Bump

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Toyin Lawani is loving life as a pregnant woman.
Today the 31 year old celebrity stylist/fashion designer shared an intimate photo of her baby bump through her 21 year old fiancĂ© Triggakess‘ Instagram page.
The couple who announced the engagement in June, have been very open about their forthcoming bundle of joy via social media. (Hey, not that we are complaining)
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In the photo, we can see a shot of her recording artiste beau kissing her bare bump. The happy father-to-be hinted that the baby could be a boy. “Waddup Son?” he captioned the photo.
We are guessing he’s hoping for a boy, because a baby’s sex is determined via ultra sound during mid pregnancy (16-20 weeks) and Toyin is just a few weeks gone.
Toyin joins the likes of international stars Mariah Carey, Jessica Simpson, Tia Mowry and Shakira, who have all shared their baby bump shots.
If you missed the feature in January 2013, check out the BN article on stars who have displayed their baby bumps
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Move Back to Nigeria: He’s A Finance Solicitor with an Eye on the Ball! Read Deji Adegoke’s Views on Moving Back to Practice Law in Nigeria

Move Back to Nigeria is a new series on BellaNaija. The aim is to encourage young and not-so-young professionals in the diaspora who are trying to make the decision of whether to move back to Nigeria. In collaboration with the brilliant team at, we hope to bring you a weekly interview with individuals who have successfully made the leap, considering the leap, as well as those who have tried it and realized it is not for them. The idea is to share their successes and their challenges as they made the decisions they did. A lot of Nigerians in the diaspora have questions about making a change at home in Nigeria. Many suggest really good ideas on how to make things better; others would like to contribute to making a difference back home but are just not sure where to begin. is the fastest growing online community of Nigerian professionals living, studying and working in diaspora.
Deji Adegoke is our feature for the week and he is a corporate finance solicitor currently based in London. Whilst he has not made the move back yet, read on for his sound gems regarding working in diaspora, the opportunities inherent in the Nigerian business landscape and the right mindset for moving back.
Let’s begin with introductions: Who are you and what do you do?
My name is Deji Adegoke and I am a corporate finance solicitor in the City of London. My practice covers the entire spectrum of finance: So I have worked on mergers and acquisitions, acquisition financings, re-financings, insolvency and restructurings as well as private equity deals, including advising an international investor on the acquisition of an interest in a large Nigerian bank.
Why did you leave Nigeria?
Although I was born in Nigeria, I left at quite a young age, but given that my family are based between Nigeria and England, I have always been a frequent traveller back and forth and as you will see, my connection with Nigeria played an integral role in my getting a graduate job in the UK.
Can you tell us about your educational background?
I studied law at Warwick University, largely at the urging of my father who noted that if Warwick was good enough for the former head of state then it should be okay for me. Notwithstanding my initial reservations, I had the best three years at Warwick, I made some really very amazing friends who I am still very close to today and thoroughly enjoyed myself. I should add that Warwick has one of the most active African Caribbean Societies (“ACS”) in the UK and a very strong Nigerian alumni. A large number of the Nigerian contingent at Warwick have since moved back to Nigeria after working for a few years in London and have gone on to set up businesses in Nigeria or work at large corporates in Nigeria and so any interested students reading this should bear this in mind when deciding which university to attend.
I was also very strategically focused on getting a graduate job offer prior to graduation when I was at Warwick and employment is something that students should always have at the forefront of their minds, especially given the increased student fees at university. So at the end of my first year at Warwick, I completed short internships at small, high street Law firms in London and then travelled to Nigeria to undertake longer internships at several corporate and public institutions, all of which were unpaid and largely obtained through sending copies of my CV out and picking up the phone. In addition to undertaking internships, I was also active in the student body at Warwick. In my second year I was elected president of the ACS and in my third year I was captain of the Warwick basketball team. The purpose of all of these activities, other than being fun, was to show potential employers that I was an “all-rounder” as gone are the days when a 2:1 or even a 1st alone will guarantee you a job. Fortunately, in my second year, I received offers from 4 of the ‘magic circle’ law firms (they are among the ten largest law firms in the world) to undertake internships. At the end of my second year I received and accepted a job offer (a training contract) from one of the law firms that that I had interned with. I graduated from Warwick in 2007 and I then attended BPP law school and completed the City LPC; the professional exam required to be undertaken by solicitors.
What motivated your study of law?
I studied Economics, Law, Government & Politics and English Literature at college and because I really enjoyed economics, my initial inclination was to continue studying it at university. However, I also very much enjoyed studying law and I had always secretly harboured the view that the brightest people in a gathering are inevitably the lawyers (or perhaps that should be the loudest). A key driver for me, above and beyond everything else was that I wanted to be sure of what I would be doing post-graduation. I felt that studying law would provide clarity and focus, whereas if I studied economics I was not sure of what I would do with it because as at that time, banking was not viewed as the all-encompassing panacea that it has subsequently become. I believe I ultimately made the right call as law is a very interesting and rewarding profession and also a good launch pad from which to do other things if one is so inclined. The fact that law has always being recognised as a respectable profession also played in my decision making process.
Pretty much win-win for you then. As a law firm associate in the city, what does your role entail?
As an associate within the finance group my practice covers the full spectrum of any form of debt financing, which is basically anything from, acquisition financing; lending to acquire an asset, to project finance; arranging and negotiating the terms of financing for the construction of infrastructure like roads, bridges or oil and gas pipelines.
Over the past couple of years I have been particularly focused on leveraged finance; lending from banks or other financial institutions and this typically involves negotiating documents and structuring and managing transactions. I probably spend nearly as much time on conference calls, managing people, strategising and structuring deals as I do actually dealing with strict legal issues (hence the importance of the point I alluded to above about not just being technically sound but also being an all-rounder in that you are able to get along with others and operate as a team player).
What’s your position on the law practice in Nigeria?
The future is Africa and to a large extent Nigeria, and as a proud Nigerian, I would be remiss if I did not at least consider the opportunity to move back to Nigeria or develop a practice in London that involves work in Nigeria. I am attempting to develop an Africa practice and so I am constantly in communication with personal contacts, law firms and companies operating in Africa and Nigeria especially. In my view almost every sphere of industry in Nigeria has the potential for tremendous growth and the same applies to law. Increasingly you find UK and US law firms looking for ways that they can access the Nigerian market, either through working for international clients investing in Nigeria or through building stronger ties with Nigerian law firms and corporates. In terms of practising law in Nigeria, I see the Nigerian legal market as one which is growing steadily and becoming increasingly sophisticated but in need of some adjustments in terms of its existing regulations.
What regulations specifically?
For instance, in most countries if you are a Nigerian qualified lawyer and you have been practising law before going to another country, all you need do in order to be able to practice in that country is take a course that runs for a few months at most, whereas in Nigeria, even if one has been practicing law in England for say 20 years, you would still need to go to Nigerian law school (in the same manner as a recently graduated student) before being able to practice law in Nigeria. I think that that is the biggest issue that needs to be reviewed especially in light of the governments’ push to encourage diasporans to return. There are understandable reasons for the present policies, given that law is a big employer of labour and regulators are trying to ensure that there will always be opportunities for Nigerian lawyers first and foremost, but we are living in a globalised world and change will come whether one likes it or not. The onus is on the regulators to ensure that they are the masters of their fate and that they harness this opportunity in a way that best benefits Nigeria, rather than having to react as developments overtake them.
Does the thought of NYSC play into your decision to either move back or not?
I believe that this raises issues similar to those relating to the regulations around practicing law. There is scope for greater development in the programme and it should be more nuanced to reflect the fact that not everyone is at the same point in life when they enter the Nigerian workforce, rather than take a one size fits all approach.
Having said the above, do you ultimately plan to move back to Nigeria?
Let’s put it this way, I would be very surprised if I do not at some point in the future either work in Nigeria or have a practice that is centred around Nigeria and Africa; especially given the type of work that I do where physical location is almost a secondary consideration, as against, (1) your ability to service clients and, (2) your knowledge of the market. For example, I have been working on a deal for clients in Russia for the past few months and have not stepped a foot in the originating country. As with most things in life, timing and opportunity are key – if there were an opportunity in Nigeria that I believe trumps what I can achieve in the UK then I would undoubtedly consider it. I know first-hand that the quality of life of professionals in Nigeria is comparable to my peers in London, so I would have no qualms about making the leap. For every negative story or obstacle I hear or personally experience in Nigeria, I think of the opportunity that that negative presents and it is these developmental shortcomings in Nigeria that reflect the vast potential that excites ambitious Nigerians. I believe that this is an exciting time for my generation as there is a real groundswell of successful young Nigerians, choosing to return to Nigeria to set up businesses or invest in Nigerian enterprises simply because they realise that the future is now and there is a once in a lifetime opportunity to really make ones mark. I have lots of friends who have moved back or have set up businesses that touch upon Nigeria (a few examples being, the founder of, Meet the Adebanjos TV series, Tamar Aid Foundation, Parthian Partners, (all, but one, are fellow Warwick Alumni)) and they constantly tell me of their positive experiences.
On a final note, although you do not have immediate plans to move back, what can you say to fellow ‘diasporans’ who may be in similar positions?
First, I would strongly advise against romanticising the concept of Nigeria. Although I am a strong believer in the future of Nigeria, it is the last place that you want to be down to your last Kobo or simply coasting along, the majority of professionals in London are living a very comfortable life and are in fulfilling careers, as opposed to jobs and that is not something that should be dismissed casually. There are lots of very smart and hardworking people in Nigeria, so unless you are sure that you are bringing something special to the table I would think carefully about just heading back, you cannot go to Nigeria and try to out-Nigerian a Nigerian.
My second piece of advice would be to surround yourself with successful and enterprising people who are also considering making the move back or who have already done so, learn from them, provide guidance to them and touch base with them and find out how they are finding the experience.
The next piece of advice that I would proffer is not to move back until and unless one has (in an ideal situation) (i) purchased a property in the country that you are living in, after all, you need something tangible to show for your years of hard work in ‘jand’, (ii) evaluated what stage you are at in your present profession, i.e. do you have enough experience (or if not, confidence) that you could autonomously run a team if you moved back to Nigeria? Or if things did not work out, would you have difficulty returning to the international job market?, (iii) I would also urge anyone considering a move back to get a source of income, separate from work before moving; my friends and I put it aptly as before you move back to Nigeria, you must ensure that you have your MYDM, which basically is an acronym for “maintain your dignity money” and lastly for the guys, and maybe some of the young ladies as well, I would suggest that if you have plans to move back home in the next year or so, cut your monthly designer brand purchasing/champagne popping budget in half!
Most importantly, moving back to Nigeria should be for the right reasons, so if you are going there to exploit the weaknesses in the system or to compound the pre-existing negative issues then unfortunately, you are becoming part of the problem. The entire benefit of a ‘diaspora’ is that we are meant to have obtained the best parts of a foreign culture and are able to combine that with the strengths of our own culture, to then impart that positive experience and learning on people back home.
Our generation has a great opportunity and an even greater responsibility to be the change we seek in Nigeria and to outdo our parents’ generation but we cannot do that if we fail to jettison negative traditions and mind-sets and accept mediocrity.

Thank you for your time and best wishes moving forward.
The  primary objective of is to connect Nigerian professionals with various opportunities in Nigeria, ranging from recruitment drives to information & support regarding relocation processes, financial & tax advice and much more. Move Back To Nigeria also features social interest topics such as what’s on, where to live, how-to survival tips and so on. Consistently engaging with and featuring Nigerian professionals in weekly  interviews, Move Back To Nigeria regularly publishes social interest articles relevant to the general public. Everyone is welcome to their online discussions & fora and you are invited to air your views & suggestions on the topical and trending matters section.

See Omawumi’s Fun “Superwoman” Spread for Pregnancy & You West Africa’s New Issue

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It’s Omawumi!
The Nigerian songstress is clearly living life to the fullest. The brand ambassador for Mortein channels her best superwoman persona in a fight against malaria, inside Pregnancy & You West Africa‘s new issue.
Unlike the famous animated character, Omawumi rocks some stylish outfits.
Check it out!
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The new issue of Pregnancy & You is currently available on newsstands.Pregnancy & You West Africa
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Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Cape Town 2013: Milq & Honey

Milq & Honey Cape Town Fashion Week 2013 - BellaNaija - August2013 (25)Taking a step from their luxury cars to the fabulous runway, Mercedes Benz teamed up with African Fashion International (AFI) to present the Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week 2013 which held at the Cape Town International Convention Center (CTICC), South Africa from Wednesday 7th – Saturday 10th August 2013.
From house hold names like David Tlale and Thula Sindi to up and coming designers like Loin Cloth & Ashes & Morphe, designers brought their A-game to wow fashion enthusiasts, bloggers and every eye watching. The fashion show lasted for 3 fabulous days and was the talk of Africa.
For the next couple of days, we are going to be reliving the fabulous event and have a recap of our favourite collections.
To start the show, the fashion week went for a design label that is sure to be on the lips of many fashion enthusiasts and a name that has already been making waves in the fashion industry. Design label Milq & Honey kicked off the show with fabulous themed couture pieces that truly got everyone into the fashion week spirit.
Take a look at the Milq & Honey runway collection below.
Milq & Honey
After the White & red themed collection from Ernest Mohamane  it was time for some colour. Milq & Honey rocked the stage with a colourful mix that was just right to end the first day of runway showcases. From dark brown to neon colours, there is something for everyone in this collection.
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Photo Credit: AfricaFashionWeek / SDR Photography

Join Lynxxx, Karen Igho, Uti Nwachukwu, Kaylah & More at the 2013 Exquisite Magazine against Cancer Walk in Lagos | Register Today!

The Exquisite Magazine against Cancer Walk, (formally known as the Exquisite Fashion Party) is an event which has been held quarterly since 2006.
EMAC is held to increase the awareness for cervical, breast and prostate cancer and also screen people free.
The faces of the EMAC 2013 are Tewa Onasanya, Kaylah Oniwo, Uti Nwachukwu, Karen Igho, Lynxxx and Titi Oyinsan.
Yearly, the Exquisite Magazine team has been able to screen a number of people free of charge at the exquisite fashion party.
Instead of a party, the Exquisite Magazine Against Cancer walk has been created with the aim of screening even more people. In the last 2 years, 25% of the people screened had early stages of cervical cancer and the team aims to help raise more awareness for cancer and highlight the importance of early detection.
The aim is to continue to increase the awareness for;
  • Cervical cancer (the only cancer with a pre cancerous stage) which kills one woman every hour in Nigeria
  • Breast cancer which kills a woman every minute
  • Prostate cancer where eight in ten black men will be affected in their lifetime
If you will like to participate in the walk, register at or send an email to
You can also register on the day of the walk – Saturday 7th September 2013 by 8 AM.
EMAC is powered by Sahara Group. Current sponsors include Nokia, KIA Motors, Coldstone Creamery, Power Horse, LASTMA, LASAA,, GSK, Chicken Republic, Eko Atlantic, George Kerry Foundation, Optimal Cancer Care Foundation, Woliby Faith foundation, Loud and Proud, The Hub Media Store and Events by Dolly.
Media partners include, Cool FM, Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info, Encomium, Africa Magic, LTV, Maestro Media.

Join MI, Ejiro Amos Tafiri, Grey, EBEN, April by Kunbi, Mimi Lee London, Fashion Vendors & Others at the “Souk” Hosted by TWB | Saturday 17th August 2013

Live it up this Saturday with your favourite musicians, designers, fashion and confectionery retailers at the TWB Souk.
Powered by the cosmopolitan and community based church The WaterBrook church, the event will host a list of exhibitors like Slippers by Kene, Stephens and Sarahs, GreyMimi Lee London, Emisara, Esse Couture, I Do Weddings, Compuworld, Vantage Sport shop, Mobos, Orente AyabaThe Little Bake Shop, Infant & Toddlers Corner, O’Eclat Ankara Bags, Toseki Vintage, Black Royalty Outfitters, African Things, Jades Cakery, The Tea Room and many more.
Not only will you get to mingle with the designers, but there will also be 3 fashion showcases and live musical interludes by popular fashion designers and performances by EBEN and M.I. See the schedule below
4PM: Iconola / U’godern
6PM: Grey / Ejiro Amos Tafiri / Iamisigo
8PM: Mimi Lee London / AprilbyKunbi / Orange Culture / Taryor Gabriels
The TWB Souk which is also a family event will have a food court as well as game and video rooms for children and the young at heart.Come ready to shop and mingle with your favorite artists and fashion designers At the TWB Souk, there’s something for everyone. Admission is FREE!
Date: Saturday 17th August 2013
Time: 12PM
Venue: Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, lagos
For a full list of exhibitors, performers and designers and further information follow them on Twitter  @_twb and the hashtag #TWBSouk | Facebook: | Visit their website | Follow them on Instagram: @thewaterbrook

Halima Abubakar: “I am a Lady, Yes I Have Been Sexually Harassed” – Movie Star on Nollywood & Acting Nude

Halima Abubakar gets personal.
In an interview with Vanguard, the Nollywood star speaks on Nollywood, acting nude and her career goals.
We often hear of stories that both young and established female actresses have been sexually harassed by their colleagues, but most of them choose not to speak on the issue.
When asked if she has been sexually harassed since she started acting, Halima who describes herself as a “simple girl next door” says “Won’t I be lying if I say nobody has harassed me? I’m a lady. It’s totally untrue when people say they’ve never been harassed.”
On how she has been able go through it - It might come in the form of “toasting”. I wasn’t “blocked” now. While some will just tell you to your face. As a woman you have to respect yourself and set boundaries regardless of what people think. Some people think that sleeping with someone will give them what they’re looking for, but it doesn’t. That’s the way I see life. You are not supposed to do anything (engage in a sexual relationship)
So what I do is, I look at the person’s face and tell him this is wrong, because I’m sure that aside from me, he will harass another person. The only easy way is to disgrace the person so that he will be shy to do that to the next person.
So you really disgrace the person? - Of course . My dear, I’m not there to joke, neither am I there to be rude to anybody. But you know, you meet some very rude people that don’t know how to talk. So when you meet such people, you just give it back to them. You raise your voice and embarrass them, they won’t try it again.
On acting nude – She may play sultry characters on the big screen, but don’t expect Halima to be flaunting her derriere anytime soon, she says a big “NO” to it
On if she’s ever dated someone in Nollywood - Definitely. Am I a child? I have and I’m not lying about it.
On if she’ll stop acting - Yes, I won’t act forever. I’ll go behind the cameras. I’m not one of those actors that will say I’m good in every way or that I must be in every movie that I produce. I don’t have to be. I’ll take the free time I have when I’m free.
On her role models - Well, I love Angelina Jolie because of how wonderful her heart is. She’s human and I see her as flawless. She’s one person I look up to. In Nollywood, I admire a lot of people.
On where she draws Inspiration - I just pray. I don’t draw inspiration from anyone.

Zimbabwean Model Nyasha Matonhodze Stars in Rihanna for River Island Autumn/Winter 2013 Collection Lookbook

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The last time we saw the 18 year old model was her debut in a mega shoot for the Louise Vuitton A/W 2011 campaign. She looked very chic dressed in the LV frocs.
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Now, she is strutting over to the retro collection from Rihanna for River Island 2013 alongside other models. The collection has a fusion of athletic street wear and Rihannas signature sexy tomboy look.
Take a look at some of the campaign images and if you would rock any of these pieces.
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Photo Credit: Fashionbombdaily