Yemi Alade, one of the four coaches in the ongoing The Voice, Season 2, is not a strange name in the Nigerian entertainment industry. A multi-award winning Afro-pop singer and songwriter, she has consistently shown that she’s got much to offer to her industry.
Adebayo Oke-Lawal is one of the pioneers of modern menswear designs in the Nigerian fashion and style industry. At 10, Oke-Lawal began his foray into the fashion and styling industry, sketching designs for a store in East London.
Somkele’s success story reaffirms the veracity in the popular catch-them-young phrase. Famous for her roles in Dreamwalker (2012), 93 Days (2016), The Wedding Party (2016), The Arbitration (2016), the TV series Gidi Up (2013), she has made a good name and career for herself in the Nigerian movie industry.
Salihu, one of Nigeria’s youngest Ph.D. holders, graduated with a first-class honours degree in information technology from the Eastern Mediterranean University in Cyprus. He had his master’s and Ph.D. at age 25, making him the youngest Ph.D. holder in northern Nigeria.
Aderenle Sonariwo’s story is one of courage to pursue one’s passion without the fear of failure. Her passion and love for art was the driving force behind her quitting a well-paid job as an auditor with one of the world’s best accounting firms, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), in a clime where people hardly leave their paid jobs.
For Osunkojo, a dancer, teenage actress and playwright, venturing into TV/film writing, producing and directing marked a major positive turn around in her career as she has morphed into a reputable multi-award winning TV/film producer.
Bidemi’s her foray in the Nigerian PR industry started with running PR campaigns for small fashion brands after she graduated from law school. In spite of her little beginning and challenges she faced as a young entrepreneur, she has morphed into a reputable public relations executive and social entrepreneur through her impeccable service delivery and cutting edge innovative ideas.
Nigerian-American multimedia journalist, Chika Oduah, sure isn’t your regular pen pusher. Far from it. With her work in television news production and as a writer and photographer, she has continued to tell and preserve the African narrative.
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