We know you love your monthly magazines so here are some snapshots of some Nigerian magazines we think you’d find interesting
Ex-beauty queen and socialite, Nike Oshinowo is on the cover of the April edition of TW Magazine. She speaks exclusively on several misconceptions about her marriage, separation, and other personal issues.
Kate is looking super sexy and graceful on the cover of WOW Magazine.
Actress extraordinaire, Genevieve Nnaji talks about career, growing up and everything in-between. This is Genevieve Nnaji’s first Nigerian interview in years.
Featured on the cover of this edition is celebrated Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim. The magazine also features interviews with Chuddy K, Bashy Kuti (BKK), Theodora Omisande (D-RIL SPA) and others. The edition boasts of articles that cut across Health, Relationship, Beauty, Fashion and Styles, Entrepreneurship, Tourism, Gadgets and more. A special tribute was also made in memory of Late Oluwabimpe Susan Harvey (Goldie).
Beyoncé has opened up about her struggle to lose weight after her first pregnancy. The 31-year-old has revealed she gained 57lbs while carrying her daughter Blue Ivy, who was born in January last year. She also said she regrets putting herself under pressure to get back in shape so quickly after the birth.
Mrs O is on the cover of Vogue’s April 2013 issue. This cover was shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz and is the second time Mrs Obama has appeared on the cover of the magazine. The first was shortly after her husband, President Barrack Obama, was elected in 2008 for his first term in office. For Mrs Obama’s debut appearance on the Vogue cover in March 2009, she sat curled on a sofa with her arms lightly wrapped one over the other in a protective gesture; and the discomfort in her facial expression is palpable.