Oyo State governor, Seyi Makinde has nominated Seun Fakorede, a 27-year-old civil engineering graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Osun State, as one of his potential commissioners.Fakorede is the third person to be nominated, after governor Makinde inaugurated 14 cabinet members last week.According to Oyo Insight, Fakorede, who hails from Idere area of Ibarapa Central local government, bagged a Civil Engineering degree from OAU in 2016 and currently runs Home Advantage Africa (HAA), “a non-profit devoted to promoting local dominance and global stardom in Africa through digital storytelling and other projects of similar ilk.”It is speculated that Fakorede could be deployed to the ministry of youth and sports, and possibly become the youngest to man the ministry.Photo credit: @theseunfakorede
Bertha Amuga makes Debut with a Stunning new Collection tagged “The Dauntless Woman”
Eponymous womenswear brand Bertha Amuga has unveiled its debut collection tagged The Dauntless Woman. The collection features dresses, jumpsuits and matching sets in edgy designs.According to the brand:The dauntless woman is our debut collection and the pieces are aimed to flatter the feminine silhouette with strong influences and highlights with the power shoulders and bold colours including metallic reds, nudes, white, purple, black, gold featured in the collection.See the full collection belowLooking for more African fashion and lifestyle updates? Visit www.bellanaijastyle.com now! CreditsBrand: @berthaamugaPhotography: kosoNwudinjorMakeup: @rayjeweledbeautyStylist: @zpxnsoModel1: Cynthia AbudulahiModel2 : Rawmodels
New Music + Video: Nonso Amadi feat Mr Eazi — Go Outside
Nonso Amadi puts out a new single with a video dubbed “Go Outside”, featuring Mr Eazi. Nonso Amadi’s latest project, “Free” EP houses 6-tracks with guest appearances from Mr Eazi and Simi.
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Esther Gets Ready for Second Term and Team Cruisetopia Face Eviction on #BBNaija Day 40
Hugs And DisciplineAfter every Eviction in the Big Brother Naija House, the Housemates display various reactions and yesterday was not an exemption.The Pepper Dem Gang did not expect that Joe and Enkay will be Evicted and some of them who were lucky to escape Eviction seized the moment to clear things out among themselves. One of such Housemate was Venita.A Warm HugEven though she appeared a bit calm during Ebuka’s chat with the Housemates at the Live Eviction Show, Venita was not actually happy that Khafi told others about their little misunderstanding.Remember that there had been no love lost between the two and though they had a one on one chat some days back to iron things out, it is clear that Venita has not buried the hatchet yet. This was evident in her conversation with Gedoni where she vented her anger to him. Confused and short of words, Gedoni’s solution was to offer Venita a hug. Fortunately for him, this calmed her down a bit, but Venita was not done yet as she said, “If I decided to set my compass on you, she will not stand a chance.” With this statement, can we say that the palava between Venita and Khafi isn’t over yet?A Gist in the GardenAt the garden, Omashola and Gedoni had a hearty chat about how much has changed about them since their arrival in Biggie’s House. On his part, Omashola said that if anybody had told him he could do without his phone for a moment, he wouldn’t have believed it. In his words, “I no fit browse, I no even touch anything and I dey okay.” Well, what can we say? When you are in Big Brother’s House, you abide by Biggie’s rules.What is a Sunday Eviction show without the dramatic moments that follow it? As we count down to another Eviction Show, we expect the Housemates to keep Peppering us in every way that they can.A New Fitness GoalIt’s a new day after the Eviction and the Housemates were not prepared for what hit them.The Big Brother Naija Housemates had a new twist this morning in the form of a new fitness trainer. Here’s all that happened afterward.New Drill SergeantAs usual, the Housemates have their morning workout session all by themselves and they thought today will be no different. Well, Biggie had a new twist for them – a new fitness instructor. As soon as the Pepper Dem Gang walked into the Arena, they came face to face with a trainer who showed them beneath the smiles was a tough demeanor they had to get used to. Apparently, the Housemates had been too relaxed in their morning workout and coupled with the way they consume food in the House, they had to burn those piling calories. One thing we observed from this morning drill was the expressions on their faces as they went through the routine and yes, they were quite funny😆.After the workout, Elozonam, Omashola, and Frodd had a chat in the garden about what they thought about Biggie’s workout goals for them. In his carefree manner, Omashola said, “I sweat for the first time inside the gym and if this trainer continues for one week straight, everybody go dey fit.” Somehow, we think this is what Biggie has in mind and we shall see how they cope under the grueling workout schedule the trainer has in store for them.Love Life GistThis morning wasn’t all about fitness as Seyi, Sir Dee, Khafi, Gedoni and Omashola had a chat about their love life outside the Big Brother Naija House. From airing their thoughts on PDA to having long term relationships, these members of the Pepper Dem Gang sure missed their sweethearts💕. In sharing their experiences with their girlfriends, Seyi said: “I no fit dey this House if not for my babe”. Sir Dee also talked about giving up to date information to one’s partner. In his words, “what people term reporting, I have become accustomed to it and it’s important especially when you are in a long-distance relationship.” Well, the love experts in the House have spoken and we hope you got all you need to make your relationship wax stronger and sweeter😉.Watch The Conversation Here[embedded content]Esther Wins Head Of HouseEsther has become the first female in the Big Brother Naija to sit on the Head of House throne twice.For displaying her prowess in vocabulary, strategy, and speed, Esther has emerged the Head of House for this week. This is the second time that this Pepper Dem Housemate will occupy the position.Spelling BeeThis week, the Head of House challenge was to test the Housemates’ vocabulary strength. In five minutes, the Housemates were required to spell as many words as possible and the Housemate with the most correctly spelt words will become the Head of House. As easy as this sounds, they were strict instructions for them to follow.They were only allowed to pick a single tile on each trip and if anyone was caught cheating, the Housemate was disqualified. Venita, Diane, Mike and Tacha fell victim to this rule and they were disqualified by Biggie. Mercy also got her last word invalidated as she spelt it after the buzzer went off. In addition to Biggie’s rules, the Housemates were to avoid spelling proper nouns and repeating a word.Several TiesThe game entered a second round as Seyi, Khafi, Frodd, Elozonam, Ike and Esther all spelt seven words correctly. The game became tougher as Biggie asked the Housemates to spell the longest word they could think of in three minutes. Though they tried their best, the challenge proceeded to the third round with Elozonam and Esther competing against each other. However, Esther won this round to become the Head of House as her word ‘Denominational’ was longer and correctly spelt.A Shared WinAs Head of House, Esther has won the Immunity privilege for this week, 250 Bet9ja Coins and the Head of House Bedroom privilege. Her team, Cruisetopia also got a reward of 20 Bet9ja bonus Coins. When asked who she will share the Head of House bedroom with, Esther picked Frodd as her roommate. This win is sure an early birthday present for Esther as her birthday comes up on Thursday. Congratulations Esther!The Pepper Dem Gang have had a taste of Esther’s rule, will her second term be any different?Team Cruisetopia Face EvictionThe Housemates up for possible Eviction this week are Diane, Frodd, Jackye, Gedoni, Mercy, Mike and Seyi.For five minutes, The Icons and team Cruisetopia were Tasked to a Challenge which involved each and every team member’s participation. Yes, even with her Immunity privilege, the Head of House – Esther, was involved.The MissionWith two marked rectangular boxes for each team, each rectangular box had a large bucket of coloured water and ten small silver cups. The teams were required to fill as much of the silver cups as possible in the frame of five minutes. Oh, sounds easy? The Challenge involved the Housemates climbing Biggie’s ‘obstacles’. Yes, Biggie had some deliberate ‘steps’ obstacle on the course. The game just got tighter.Using their carefully thought out strategies, each team had to fill the silver cups one at a time. Following Biggie’s rules, each cup had to be filled to the brim before the team could proceed to the next cup – all to be done within the marked box.Trust Biggie’s Ninjas to come through with Task aids for the Pepper Dem Gang. For this Challenge, teaspoons were provided for the purpose of transporting the water.The Winning CupAs the team with the fuller cup, The Icons won tonight’s Nomination Challenge.For this reason, the Cruisetopia team are automatically facing Eviction this week, with the exception of Esther – as the Head of House.The SaveElozonam armed with the Veto Power Holder title was given twenty seconds to Save a Nominated Housemate and Replace with another.Using this special power, Elozonam Saved Venita and replaced her with Frodd. Was his choice as a result of Diane not Saving him last week? We might never know.Having won the Nomination Challenge last week, team Cruisetopia is faced with the cold hands of Eviction this week. Will this change things in the Pepper Dem House or will they buckle up and aim for many wins this week?
Mory Coco has a Word for Age Watchers in this Episode of “Just Say It” | Watch
On this episode of “Just Say It” comedian and content creator Mariam Bakre, popularly known as Mory Coco has a word for age watchers.
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Ehi Agbashi: The Hate You Decide to Give
I was scrolling through Twitter a few days ago when I saw a video of three guys dancing at the beach. One of the main dancers was James Brown, who became popular about a year ago.Normally I continue scrolling, but this time around I decided to read through the comments. Most of them were disgusting and heartbreaking. First of all, someone went to his page just to get a video to share on Twitter, then bashed and wished ill upon him. This was not the first time I was seeing something like this, but this was the first time I put in conscious effort to read through the comments, just to try to understand why.It’s completely okay to disapprove of someone. It’s okay to disagree with their views and opinions, okay to have beliefs that you hold dear. What is not okay is you wishing someone death and misery just because they are different from what you would call the “norm.”One comment that struck me was made by a guy (whose name I can’t remember). He said if one of those guys was his brother he would have killed him. This made me realize that most Nigerians are used to having a one particular way of thinking, and anything different from that is met with hostility and, in most cases, hate.Now some people may say, “But my religion doesn’t accept this,” but why are we forgetting the parts of our religion that encourage us to love one another and leave judgement to God. A lot of people wished that these boys got washed away by the ocean, and it broke my heart to pieces. If you completely disapprove of who they are, you can block them. And guess what, you won’t see them on your timeline anymore. I promise you, that’s a better and healthier option than throwing vile words around.Then the argument around religion came up again on Sunday, and I saw another angle that proved to me how intolerant Nigerians can be toward one another.Let’s move away from this scenario that might seem extreme, and move on to things that are more relatable in our everyday lives: A woman who decides not to get married or who decides not to have children is usually looked down upon and viewed as a lesser woman, or a woman who has a child outside of marriage is made to feel like she doesn’t deserve love. When a couple is unable to have children and opt for adoption, the woman is still looked down upon. I have seen scenarios where a lady turns down a man due to his rude advances and everyone starts cracking the Shiloh 2020 jokes. I have taken the time to ask my friends why Nigerians don’t see gray areas when it comes to beliefs and values, and the loudest answer I got was that it wasn’t a Nigerian thing, it was a human thing.Yes, I agree; it’s a human thing to disagree and maybe even judge. But I don’t think we should be comfortable viewing others through our lenses of bias. We need to learn to respect people for who they are and what they believe. I have seen a lot of people who talk about wanting to be better than the generation before us, and I am here to say that those hopes and aspirations will never happen if we continue to think and act like the generation before us. In order to change and advance, we also need to change our thought process and replace the hate that is being doled out with tolerance and acceptance, because it definitely isn’t worth it.
Watch Season 2, Episode 2 of “Backseat” – Friday – on BN TV
Jeme (BellaRose Okojie) has a new passenger (Ebenezer Eno) who is not exactly who she first appeared to be. Buckle up, this ride is going to get even more bizarre before its over!
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New Music + Video: Fuse ODG feat Olamide, Joey B, Kwamz & Flava – Cool Down
Fuse ODG unites with Afrobeats stars Olamide, Joey B, Kwamz & Flava, on a new single titled “Cool Down”.The track presents a perfect synergy of the gritty, Nigerian street sounds of Olamide and Joey B’s oozing charisma with British influences from Fuse ODG, Kwamz and Flava.The creative dexterity extant in the ODG camp was laid bare, as the video previews the world’s very first ‘Selfie Cypher’, simply unlike anything you would have seen before.Watch[embedded content]
Ruth Zubairu: Family Vacation is Not Mummy Vacation
Yes, I said it.Especially for women with children under six.If you don’t have extra help, where you are going to? Because you just might need a vacation after your family vacation. That is if you don’t find yourself in the hospital.It’s true.Before y’all think I’m painting the picture too bleak, let me clarify: if time is not intentionally created for the mummy of the house during vacation, then she will end up doing all she does back home, and even more, for many reasons.One, it’s unfamiliar territory. Two, there’s the possibility that one child would fall sick. Or react to water. Or food. So add emergency nurse to the already jetlagged mum, and you get my picture.But what happens when a working mum decides to go on a vacation all by herself? Should she feel guilty or not?Haaaa.“You want to travel? So who will you leave the children for?”That was the question that was thrown at me when I was to travel for a training in Dubai. Even though I had made arrangements for extra help, my husband made it easy for me to make the decision.But then, as I boarded the aircraft, I felt an all too familiar sting.Guilt.I was going to be away from my boys. What if something happened to them in my absence? Will the cooked stew and soups be enough? Was it okay for me to take a mini-break? Did this mean I was a bad mother? It occurred to me that in almost seven years of marriage, I had not travelled without the children. So going through the airport without having to chase little feet around felt strange.Not hearing the always-present “Mummy this” “Mummy that” made me feel out of place. Almost like a runaway. I’m very sure I’m not the only one who has felt this way.Do you find it difficult giving yourself a well-deserved treat? Do you often go shopping for the family and return with loads of things for every other person but yourself? Do you feel that you have to keep sacrificing yourself to make others happy? Then the mummy-guilt might just be whispering things in your ears.I don’t mean we should go the extreme and neglect our responsibilities, but it is okay to look after yourself as a mom. My trip was an amazing experience. For the first two days, I didn’t bother about the sights and sounds of the city. I was just super excited by the simple fact that I could sleep and wake up focusing on just me. I could finally process my thoughts without mentally ticking my checklist for chores.Too many times, the burden of raising a young family and managing a career or business takes its toll on young mothers. It also extends to relationships with family, old and new friends, colleagues and associates.The former ways of handling stress and having fun are no longer practical. It’s either you are too busy these days that you’re no longer available to hang out as often as you did, or you may even have the time but do not have someone to watch the kids so you are literally grounded. With little humans who constantly need you. My dear sister, don’t wait too long before taking care of yourself. You can’t pour from an empty cup.Research has shown that women who are physically and mentally exhausted are prone to getting depressed and having suicidal thoughts. Before you go off the ledge and do something crazy, show yourself some love. It’s holiday for the children, but I hope you’ve planned out something nice for yourself as well. It may not be something as elaborate as a trip, but you could find little ways to de-stress. Scheduling a foot massage, going to see a movie, buying a small gift for yourself, arranging play dates with other moms so you can collectively watch all the kids and have some grown-up conversations, etc., can help to fill up your emotional tank.Trust me, the family will be better because of you. No husband wants to come home to meet a cranky wife. He will be hurrying home when he knows he’s to meet a wife who is beaming with joy and who has something interesting to say other than how the children and work have made her miserable.Here’s my verdict: In the case of fun timeouts for mothers equalling neglect; guilt or not guilty?My verdict is Not Guilty.winksLet me hear your verdict in the comments.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson & Longtime Girlfriend Lauren Hashian are Married!
Hollywood actor, Dwayne Johnson (The Rock) has gotten married to his longtime girlfriend Lauren Hashian.The actor, 47, thrilled fans after he announced his surprise nuptials with long-term girlfriend in Dwayne’s native Hawaii.The pair, who share two young children together, officially tied the knot in a private ceremony.The Rock shared two lovely photos from the ceremony in which the newlyweds cheered with joy and shared a romantic kiss with the caption.“We do.August 18th, 2019.Hawaii.Pōmaikaʻi (blessed)”Photo credit: @therock
Onyeka Akumah of Farmcrowdy is our #BellaNaijaMCM this Week!
Food business is serious business, and one that’s bound to be around as long as living things exists. However, processes are also bound to change and there’s quite a lot of changes going on the the agricultural world.Our #BellaNaijaMCM this week Onyeka Akumah is one of those leading this change in Nigeria, and we’re celebrating him today.Onyeka is the founder and CEO of Farmcrowdy, a digital agriculture platform that empowers rural farmers by providing them with improved seeds, farm inputs, training on modern farming techniques and provides a market for the sale of their farm produce.The platform connects farm sponsors with farmers and at the end of the day, everyone wins and food security is achieved.Farmcrowdy gives Nigerians the opportunity to participate in Agriculture by selecting the kind of farms they want to sponsor, then uses their funds to secure the land, engage the farmer, plant the seeds, insure the farmers and farm produce, complete the full farming cycle, and sell the harvest. The sponsor is then paid a return on their sponsorship.Onyeka has worked his way up to where he is today and we applaud him. He’s been involved in building some of the most successful start-ups in Nigeria either as a marketing leader, founder, or as part of the management team in designing growth strategy.Onyeka was the Chief Commercial Officer of Travelbeta. He has also worked with Konga as Vice President, Marketing; with Jumia as Director of Marketing & Partnerships; with Wakanow as Online Marketing Manager; with Deloitte E-Marketing Coordinator for West, East and Central Africa; and was Webmaster for British Council in Nigeria.Farmcrowdy was founded in 2016 and began to gain attention after raising $1m in seed funding in 2017, a huge amount for any African startup at the time.In 2018, Onyeka was named in Quartz’s list of Africa’s 30 Innovators. He is one of the Top 20 Young Entrepreneurs to Watch in Africa by the African Youth Forum in Egypt.Onyeka has won the Tech Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017 and 2018 at the Nigeria Technology Awards.In 2019, The Africa Report named Onyeka in its 100 Most Influential Africans list.We celebrate Onyeka for using his skills and explains to tackle a pressing challenge in Nigeria, and we’re rooting for him!
New Video: Santi feat Kida Kudz – Raw Dinner (The Movie)
Santi has released the official music video of his single “Raw Dinner” which features Kida Kudz.The music video which was directed by Santi himself, comes off his successful project, the “Mandy & The Jungle” that was released earlier this year.Watch[embedded content]
BellaNaija Style’s Best Dressed Celebrities of the Week: Steven Onoja, Kefilwe Mabote, Temi Otedola, Ama Godson and More -Vote Now
Lagos to Paris, Capetown to New York we’ve zigzagged the continent and the globe (via Instagram) and in no particular order, see our 10 most stylish looks of the past week.
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Osundairo Brothers Return to Nigeria for Free Medical Outreach
The famous Osundairo brothers, Abel and Ola were in Nigeria few days ago and they held a free medical outreach in the Computer Village area of Ikeja, Lagos.The programme offered various services, like checking blood glucose levels and blood pressure, and calculating people’s body mass index. They contracted doctors who prescribed drugs and treatment, TMZ reports.[embedded content]Photo/Video credit: TMZ.com
Church Brought Nenye & David Together! Their Carousel Pre-wedding Photos Will Warm Your Heart
A carousel at an amusement park can be all rides and fun, but Nenye and David put a twist on pre-wedding shoots and rocked the carousel for some downright cute pre-wedding photos.The couple was beyond loved up in these photos standing on the carousel and if that huge smile is anything to go by, Nenye is just smitten with David and already itching to see her life with him begin.Read David’s story of how they met and get a load of their adorable photos below.For more pre-wedding shoot inspirations, click www.bellanaijaweddings.com.“On the way from church one Sunday evening in December 2008, we met at the church gate just after carol of nine lesson and from that day on, it’s been different episodes”.“Fast forward to 9 years later after University days, at the Palm Jumeira, Dubai, December 2017, the day she said yes”.“It’s been a roller-coaster ride but communication and love brought us this far”.Credits:
How to Nail A Cover Shoot – As Shown by Toke Makinwa!
Media personality Toke Makinwa was unveiled as the August 2019 cover star for Genevieve Magazine recently.Click here to see the cover.In the issue, the radio host spoke to the magazine about misconceptions, regret, self-acceptance, sex, lifestyle and more.While the cover image – in which she rocks a tux inspired black dress from Nigerian brand Telvin Nwafor – is gorgeous, we also can’t get over the other outfits she wore for the shoot.With newly released images from photographer Seye Kehinde, here are the 5 looks Toke Makinwa rocked in Genevieve Magazine’s August 2019 issue.Look 1Look 2Look 3Look 4Look 5Credits:Location: @thepatiolagos by @ediyelimitedStyling: Ifeoma Odogwu @hyperfashunCreative Direction: Ifeoma Odogwu and @Sonia_IraborPhotography: @theseyekehindeMake-up: @anitabrowsHair: @bernardsmilessWardrobe: Cover Look – @telvinnwafor | Inside – @weizdhurmfranklyn | @ladybeellionaire_luxuryJewellery: @gbengaartsmithFabrics/backdrops: @nikeartgallery@bygeoruFashion Assistant: @okemzuruoke
Let’s Talk About Mental Health! WATCH Episode 2 of “The Chat Room”
The Chat Room is an online talk show with the aim of educating and entertaining its audience through meaningful and intelligent conversations about life and topical issues.In episode 2, host Rokanmi Orunmuyi is joined by Dr. Abdulmalik, a consultant psychiatrist demystifies mental illness and shares information as well as tips on how to enjoy optimal mental health.Watch below.
South African Rapper Nadia Nakai Is Cosmopolitan SA’s August 2019 Cover
South African Rapper Nadia Nakai is the cover girl for the new edition of Cosmopolitan SA.In the interview, she gets candid about the role she plays in a male-dominated industry as well as how she intends to express herself through her platform as the new ambassador of Reebok Classics in South Africa.She says:I am already not getting paid as much as the guys, and my money is getting chopped a hundred more times to make sure that I can become a brand that people can respect and want to enjoy.Read more about the cover feature on www.cosmopolitan.co.zaCreditsPhotographer: @xx_niquita_xxCreative director: @juangeelFashion: @cleopatramarcoHair: @justine_nomzMakeup: @vuvu.masetiInterview: @nox_mafu
Actress Ronke Odusanya is a Happy New Mum
Yoruba actress Ronke Odusanya has welcomed a new addition to her family.The movie star shared a photo of herself on a hospital bed with a newborn strapped to her chest. She says, “My joy knows no limit .. Its boundless … Appreciation to God for the process and seeing me through it all … Birthing a new being is a whole new level and experience for me … my love We welcome our child ….. oluwa modupe”.A few days ago bridal shower photos surfaced of Ronke Odusanya, who is popularly known as Flakky Ididowo.Photo Credit: @ronkeodusanya
Stylistas! Get Ready to Fall in Love with These Range of Laser-Cut Fabrics & Accessories from Needles & Thread
Some time ago, the renowned Nigerian fashion brand, Needles and Thread, launched Ankara-cut, an innovative range of Laser Cut Ankara fabrics and accessories. The Ankara-cut fabric is a transformation of the popular Ankara fabric, laser-cut into an exciting and refreshingly new lacy fabric.Ankara-cut can be customized to a client’s requirements and can also be used as asoebi for special occasions. Ankara-cut offers fashion lovers and creative fashion designers a new perspective into how Ankara outfits can be designed, customized and worn.Beyond the new lacy Ankara fabric, Needles and Thread has innovated the production of fashion design accessories such as Ankara necklines, Ankara appliques, Ankara hemlines, Ankara fringes, petals, Ankara patches for t-shirt branding (personal & corporate), etc. These accessories are produced completely with iron-on backing for ease of application. The company also laser cuts fabrics such as Cotton, Scuba, Velvet, Crepe, & Raw Silk. Fashion designers and other end-users can bring their fabrics for customized laser cut designs and accessories. Also available are Laser cut rhinestone templates (stencils).Needles and Thread produces and stocks an exotic range of laser cut outfits presented as Capes, Boubous, Gowns, Skirts, Blouses, T-shirts, etc using fabrics such as Ankara, Velvet, Cotton, Chiffon, Satin; all meticulously laser-cut, professionally sewn & ready to wear. Other available products include leather fringed skirts, Ankara fringed skirts, Ankara branded T-shirts as well as various designs of ladies hats and fascinators. These and more are available for purchase in their stores or online at affordable prices.Needles and Thread also produces Laser Cut Aso-oke outfits in several exciting designs and colours. This expands the Aso-oke outfit options available for brides, grooms, and customers to choose from. Still available are embroidered Aso-oke, stoned Aso-oke and other traditional Aso-oke designs. Aso-oke vendors are welcome to enjoy the laser cutting services offered by Needles and Thread.Distributorship and re-seller opportunities for Needles and Thread products within and outside Nigeria are available. To learn more about Needles and Thread or to purchase their exquisite and unique products, please reach them via the contact details highlighted below:Instagram:@needlesandthreadnigeria@needlesandthreadfashionhubFacebook:Needles And Thread NigeriaNeedles and thread Fashion HubMain Retail Store: – Shops 5-6, opposite House 38, Modupe Johnson Crescent, off Adeniran Ogunsanya Street, Surulere Lagos.Tel: 08028006691, 08034311865, 08022236748 (Calls, SMS, WhatsApp)Email: [email protected]For more information, visit the website—————————————————————————————————————————————–Sponsored Content
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