Meet The Naija Wives of Toronto

The ‘Naija Wives of Toronto’ (NWT) is a Canadian reality TV show that chronicles the lives of four beautiful Nigerian Canadian ladies – Abby Ayoola, Emilian Andrew, Uche Nwokeji and Rachel Omobude, as they make a living in Canada. These are successful business women, career professionals, mothers and grandmothers who have been able to overcome challenges of living in a foreign land and all of the attendant problems.

Giza Pyramid in Egypt

Egypt, the North African country is a choice destination for tourists all over the world. The nation is well known for its ancient structures and Pharaoh-like accessories and of course, mummies.

Disney+ partners Kugali for 2022 animation release

In what has been described as Disney’s first of a kind collaboration with African entertainment, the American entertainment conglomerate has finalised plans with Kugali to launch the animated series titled Iwaju in 2022.

Burna Boy wins Best International Act at MOBO Awards

Like the failed brakes of a train, Nigeria’s Afrobeat superstar, Burna Boy seems unstoppable in the year 2020 as he won the Best International Act at the just concluded Music of Black Origin, MOBO awards.

Mo Ibrahim Prods African Governments on Self-sufficiency, Resilience

The Sudanese-British entrepreneur, philanthropist, and founder of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, Dr. Mo Ibrahim, has reported that his foundation’s latest Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG) report showed a decline in its measures of good governance for the first time in a decade, combined with optimism about places such as Sudan that are undergoing democratic revivals.

Nigerian Fashion Label responds to Covid-19 needs

In what can be considered a creative ingenuity and brilliance, a fashion label in Nigeria changed its mode of operation by switching from the production of high end and custom made clothing to making Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to help Covid-19 health workers.

Oye Diran and his Yoruba inspired Photography

It is often said that a man is a product of his environment and experiences and for New York based Nigerian Photographer, Oye Diran, such a saying definitely holds true. From his experiences in Nigeria before moving to America, the diversity of influences can be seen in his photography.