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Monday, October 31, 2011
Organized by World Fashion organization in partnership with International Trade Organization, Global Enterpreneurship Week, the Art of Living Foundation and fashion organizations from all over the world, the epochal event will attract fashionistas, models, influential leaders and internet media from developed and underdeveloped countries.
One nominated fashion designer from each participating country will showcase one specially crafted couture garment which will be taken on a world tour in partnership with museums and fashion weeks around the world then all the way to World Fashion Week 2012 inaugural ceremony.
"From manufacturing, to the runway, the handling of fashion goes through the hands of the poorest of the poor as well as the ones most fortunate collectively we can work to make the different dimensions of the fashion process more sustainable and fair. Hence fashion will make a nice deeper impact for the betterment of the world." Paco De Jaimes, Founder, World Fashion Week.
Shuaibu also explained that sacking the ex-coach is not the end of the nation's football woes adding that SiaSia was just a victim of the system he worked for.
Though it was clearly stated in his contract that he had to qualify the country in the 2012 African Cup of Nations, Shuaibu explained that there is something wrong with the technical committee of Nigeria football federation, according to him, the most important job of the committee is to sit down with national team coaches and discuss their match plans, team formation&players to be used, "Nigerians have to understand that if the coach fails the committee has failed too. The technical committee lacks a sound qualified head. It is difficult to believe that Osaze Odemwingie who scores from 25yards when playing for his team and Emmanuel Emenike could not score from 6 yards in a match as vital as that. The kind of goals they failed to score in that match was inexplicable." He concluded.
Fajobi, Chief Executive Officer, Digital Interactive Media, producers of Next Movie Star and Supermom reality television shows has named his new project TROY.
A one-stop entertainment &networking centre located at Oladele Kadiri street, behind Excellence hotel Ogba, TROY is to primarily cater for the needs of upwardly mobile young men and women who desire good relaxation, fitness and beauty therapy, it boasts of well-appointed lounges, exquisite bar and gymnasium, classy spa&beauty shop and accessories store.
Fajobi further explained the motive behind the name TROY, "the historical TROY city was strong and couldn't be acquired despite the tough war waged against it; by incorporating the beauty, good organization, formidability, strength and resilience features of TROY into our business, we hope to set a second-to-none standard and give our customers the best of services".
Now that he's diversified into hospitality business, Fajobi affirms his committment to entertainment "everything around me is centred on entertainment, TROY is an entertainment centre&by God's grace, I will continue to create more interesting avenues to add value to the Nigerian entertainment industry." He concluded.
Sunday, October 30, 2011
By virtue of his victory, he is N1million richer, owns a brand new car, going on a trip to Sao Tome and Principe including 5 nights at the Pestana Hotels, wins an Ipad 2 and Blackberry Bold 9900. He is also to compete in the Mr World 2011 pageant.
The event which saw Bandele Adebule and Joseph Agossa come third and fourth runner ups were made up of few sessions, such as the costume display and Question &Answer sessions.
Held at the Silverbird Galleria on Saturday, October 29, 2011 and anchored by Munachi Abii, ex Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN), there were great musical performances by JJC, Eva and Chidinma
Other categories which awards were given include Mr Photogenic, Mr Sports, Mr Amenity, Strongest Man, Mr Smart, Mr Talented, Mr Physique, and Mr Personality.
1) BEST AFRICAN TV IN UK
Oh TV- (WINNER)
2) BEST WEST AFRICAN TV
TV Africa, Ghana-(WINNER)
Joy TV Ghana
Silverbird TV Nigeria
Channels TV Nigeria
Lagos TV Nigeria
3) BEST TV SOUTH AFRICA
ETV South Africa
SABC South Africa-(WINNER)
Top TV South Africa
MABC TV Botswana
4) ZAFAA ENTERTAINMENT FRIENDLY AIRLINES 2011
5) BEST FILM
Mirror Boy–Obi Emelonye-(WINNER) (Nigeria)
Somewhere In Africa–Kwame Boadu (Ghana)
Save Our Soul-Oby Edozie (Nigeria)
6) BEST FILM EDITING
Mirror Boy-Andrew Webber/Anchew Linton-(WINNER)
Bed of Roses-Okey Benson (Nigeria)
Marriage Planner –Odinaka Edeh (Nigeria)
Somewhere in Africa –Afra Marley
7) BEST STORY
Bed of Roses–Odika Michael (Ghana)
Mirror Boy–Obi Emelonye (London)
Somewhere in Africa –Pascal Amafo(WINNER) (Ghana)
Save our Soul–Oby Edozie (Nigeria)
8) BEST SOUND EDITHING
Mirror Boy-Chigozie Ezeh/Sermon Ware
Somewhere In Africa –Chucks-(WINNER)
Save Our Souls-Kingsley Eigbokham
9) BEST CHILD PERFOMANCE MALE
Mirror boy- Edward Kagutuzi-(WINNER) (Gambia)
Master of Game-Rahim Banda
Carbib Kwai (Ghana) –Ali Nuhu (Nigeria)
10) BEST UPCOMING MALE
Thorns –Zim Demetria Karongah
Obsession– Camnchifor Valery-(WINNER)
Natasha De Prodigal–Vanessa Adekola (Nigeria)
The CEO–James Gardner (Ghana)
11) BEST SCREENPLAY
Somewhere in Africa- Pascal Amanfo (Ghana)
Bed of Roses–Folke Nissi Amafo (Ghana)
The Mardens–Emeka Amakaeze-(WINNER) (Nigeria)
Mirror Boy-Obi Emelonye (London)
12) BEST UPCOMING FEMALE
Thorns-Zim Julie Boton-(WINNER)
Obsession – Cam Ruth Nkweti
Natssha De Prodigal –Vanessa Adekola (Nigeria)
The CEO-Selasse Ibrahim (Ghana)
13) BEST CHILD PERFOMANCE FEMALE
Edikan–Sophiana Jones (Nigeria)
From Within-Promise Nsima (WINNER) (Nigeria)
Widow's Tears-Salimi Akili (Nigeria)
14) BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Somewhere in Africa
15) BEST COSTUMIER
Queens Pride–Samira Yakubu (WINNER)
Maidens–Ogoo Okechi (Nigeria)
Fulani– Nwangboso Chiemela
16) BEST CULTURAL EXPRESSION
Karan Zakara –Sani Mu'Azu (Nigeria)
Olasubomi-Bose Alao Omotoyosi(WINNER) (Nigeria)
Edikan–Uduka I. Uguamanam
Ama Ghana-Paul Adjei (Ghana)
Carbin Kwai –FKD Productions (Nigeria)
17) BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY INDIGENOUS
Ama Ghana- Ghana
Carbin Kwai- Nigeria
18) BEST PRODUCER INDIGENOUS
Olasubomi-Bose Alao Omotoyosi (Nigeria)
Edikan–Uduka I. Uguamanam(WINNER) (Nigeria)
Namijin–Dahiru Moharmmed (Nigeria)
Ama Ghana-Paul Adjei (Ghana)
19) BEST INDIGENOUS DIRECTOR
Ama Ghana-Frank Gharbin (Ghana)
Olasubomi–Taiwo Oduala (Nigeria)
Carbin Kawi–Ali Nuhu (Nigeria)
Osu Kesan–Femi Fadeyi-(WINNER)
20) BEST COMEDY FILM
Okon Lagos-(WINNER) (Nigeria)
21) BEST COMEDY ACTRESS
Okon Lagos –Vanessa Koko (WINNER) (Nigeria)
Okon Lagos–Monalisa Chinda (Nigeria)
Cyphylis –Uche Ogbodo(Nigeria)
22) BEST COMEDY ACTOR
Cyphylis–Victor Osuagwu (Nigeria
Okon Lagos–Ime Bishop Umoh-(WINNER) (Nigeria)
Cyphylis-KingsleyOgbonna (Dauda) (Nigeria)
23) BEST ACTOR INDIGENOUS
Olasubomi–Yinka Quadri (Nigeria)
Carbin Kwai- Ali Nuhu (WINNER) (Nigeria)
Ama Ghana –Agya Koo (Ghana)
24) BEST ACTRESS INDIGENOUS
Olasubomi-Shola Sobowale (Nigeria)
Edikan-Ini Edo (WINNER) (Nigeria)
Imala –Faithia Balogun (Nigeria)
Ama Ghana-Vivian Jill Lawrence (Ghana)
25) BEST PRODUCER
Mirror Boy –Obi Emelonye/Patrick Cambell (London)
Memories of my Heart–Emem Isong(WINNER) (Nigeria)
Save Our Souls –Oby Edozieh (Nigeria)
Somewhere in Africa–Kwame Boadu (Ghana)
26) BEST DIRECTOR
Mirror Boy–Obi Emelonye (London)
Somewhere in Africa–Frank Raja Arase-(WINNER) (Ghana)
Memories of my Heart- Desmond Elliot (Nigeria)
Bed of Roses –Pascal Kelechi Amanfo (Ghana)
27) BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Memories of my heart_Uche Jombo (Nigeria)
Mirror Boy–Fatima Jabi-(WINNER)
Haaja –Rekiya Atta Ibrahim (Nigeria)
Fulani –Oge Okoye (Nigeria)
Anathema– Ebele Okaro(Nigeria)
28) BEST LEAD ACTRESS
Mirror Boy-Genevieve Nnaji (WINNER) (London)
4 Play Reloaded–Jackie Appiah (Ghana)
Somewhere in Africa –Martha Ankomah (Ghana)
Memories of my Heart–Ini Edo(Nigeria)
Fulani– Rita Dominic(Nigeria)
29)BEST LEAD ACTOR
Somwhere in Africa–Majid Michael (Ghana)
Save our Souls -Kenneth Okonkwo(Winner) (Nigeria)
Memories of My Heart–Ramsey Nouah(Nigeria)
Mirror Boy –Osita Iheme (Nigeria)
Saturday, October 29, 2011
He disclosed in a press conference that the aim of establishing AFTTA however is to offer an advanced training for Nigerian film and Television professionals.
"Training of professionals had been an adhoc exercise over the last decade in Nigeria because just a few have the time, resources or inclination to plan for longer-term training". He explained.
The couple's schedules since they signed the dotted lines have been tight, moreso, sharing their hotel with their family is not an ideal honeymoon.
Kim while celebrating her 31st bday in Las Vegas with her family and hubby reacted to the speculations, "we have to find our home base, it's not been ideal because you are newly weds and you want privacy". She concluded.
Friday, October 28, 2011
This decision came after he failed to qualify the Super Eagles for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.
Appointed as head coach of the Nigeria national football team on November 4 ahead of former Togo coach, Stephen Keshi. Siasia who played 51 times for Nigeria's Super Eagles between 1984 and 1999 scoring 16 goals resumed officially as Nigeria head coach on December, 1 2010 and did not lose any game during his time in charge of the national team.
His only defeat came on October 11 in an international friendly against Argentina in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The award is a further recognition of the immense contribution of the Nigerian Entertainment industry, also called Nollywood to the country.