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Tabia Princewill

I want to have an impact on people’s lives – Tabia Princewill

Tabia holds a B.Sc. in Journalism from the Sorbonne University and an M.Sc. in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics.Growing up literally in the NTA newsroom, Tabia linked her early start in journalism to her admiration for her mother’s job. Although writing is her first love, she soon discovered that a lot of Nigerians are easily influenced by what they see on television, a thought which I want to have an impact on people’s lives – Tabia Princewill Tabia Princewill gave birth to ‘Walk The Talk’, a talk show on TV. The programme focuses on reaching a wide audience while providing a means of expression for the new talk show. For Tabia, a former editor of ‘Guardian Life’ magazine and now Executive Producer of ‘Walk the Talk’, the show is dedicated to promoting positive mindsets with intent to use its upbeat,personally affirming message to inspire the lifestyle of everyday Nigerians.

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*Helen Ibru

I have learnt to be grateful for all I have – Helene Ibru

Helene Ibru, a lawyer of Nigerian and French parentage, obtained her first degree in Paris, where she also earned her Master’s degree. She worker for some years in France, then decided that it was time to return to Nigeria.The mother of four, who changed careers at different times in order to be available for her children, is co-host of ‘Walk the Talk’, and older sister to Tabia.

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Brown Oyitso

Brown Oyitso – Amazing Work Of Grace

Although he is a Provincial Pastor with the Redeemed Christian Church of God, and the MD/CEO of Brunnel Nigeria Limited, if a man’s beginning determined his ending, he would have amounted to nothing. According to his personal testimony, the penury to which his widowed mother was thrown after the demise of his Area customary court judge father, left his future hanging in the balance.

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Rukewe Ugwumba

Rukewe Ugwumba – Beauty,Brains and Brawn

Dr. Rukevwe Ugwumba is the Special Adviser, Health Monitoring to the Delta State Governor. Until she joined the Government of Delta State in August 2011, Dr. Ugwumba was an associate professor in Family Medicine, University of Saskatchewan in Canada. She graduated from the University of Benin in 1992, where she obtained a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) with honours.

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Azu Nwagbogu, Wunika Mukan and Joseph Gergel

The African Artist Foundation promoting Art and Photography

African Artists’ Foundation (AAF) has been an innovative and vital force in the Nigerian arts community over the last seven years. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of contemporary art, providing immense opportunities for artists to develop their practice and establish a platform for artistic expression. Its core staff is an eclectic and international group.

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*Tiwa Savage

10 celebrities we can’t get enough of….

From the red carpet to the after parties, there are some celebrities that are simply on track at all times when it comes to fashion. With the awards season approaching, you never know what they could come up with next. These celebs always step up their fashion A-game. They are always a delight on the red carpet, they never disappoint when it comes to dressing all the way up, whether it’s one shoulder or strapless, these selected ten fashionistas wear them well.

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Why I left Tinsel – Damilola Adegbite

Over the past few years, Damilola Adegbite has become one of the most recognizable actresses in Africa. She plays the role of ‘Thelma Duke’, the gorgeous actress in the day time soap, Tinsel on Africa Magic; a role which has seen her become a favourite of soap lovers. Damilola, who recently left the set of Tinsel to explore the film industry, during a courtesy visit to Vanguard, spoke on why she left the soap, life outside Tinsel, her relationship and more. Enjoy!

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