We know you love your monthly magazines so here are some snapshots of some Nigerian magazines we think you’d find interesting
The February/March 2012 issue of Totally Whole (TW) features Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw, who looks as stunning as ever. We think it’s a must-read as this is one of Kate’s first in-depth interviews since her divorce from ex-husband Roderick Nuttal.
The latest edition of Genevieve Magazine features R&B singer, Omawumi and her Mum, Queen Aya. Omawumi discusses motherhood, her relationship and how motherhood has brought her closer to her mum.You can grab your copy for N1,000 only.
Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde is on the cover of this month’s edition of Nigerian fashion magazine, Mania. This issue also features Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw talking about staying fit.
Nollywood’s Funke Akindele (a.k.a. Jenifa) is on the cover of this month’s issue of Y! Magazine cover issue 7. This issue also profiles the some exciting ideas across Nigeria — in technology, business, education, fashion, development, entertainment, the media, governance and more. There’s a feature on the exciting Co-Creation Hub, an arena that pools talent, ideas and projects that are redefining Nigeria’s technology space; the Innovation Factory which is changing the way we see New Media in Nigeria; Student Circle which is revolutionizing the way students across the country access knowledge, two young people who have found a solution to Nigeria’s power challenge and two deal web sites that are changing the way we buy and sell.
It also includes an interview with Idris Ayo Bello, an ideas factory who is responsible for Wennovation, Libraries Across Africa, AfyaZima, and The Next Cool Idea, a conversation with the three young men who run the path-finding Jobberman.com as well as an interview with the two young men behind the influential music website NotJustOk.com. The magazine also travels the country and discovers that the governments of Rivers, Akwa-Ibom and Anambra are harnessing their young citizens and grooming them for global competitiveness.
South Africa based supermodel Warebi Martha and Nollywood hunk/TV personality, Joseph Benjamin, grace the cover of Bloke’s February/March 2012 issue.The impressive 108 page magazine with the tagline ‘The Complete Man Manual For The Woman That Loves Him’, comes in an eye catching pink cover. It is spiced with juicy relationship and sex articles to keep ladies curled up and glued for days. Features include: ‘Finding Mr. Right’, ‘So you think you are the one?’ and ‘How to get your ex back.’ There’s also a comprehensive list of the ‘Most outstanding Nigerians of 2011’. The fashion pages are bright, bold and colorful and offer the very best of this season’s trends and style tips to keep you looking and feeling extra glamorous all year long.
This month’s issue of FAB is Nollywood inspired. The two covers feature two of Nollywood’s best, Rita Dominic and Ramsey Nouah
This edition features the very opinionated, controversial and daring Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh. Tonto tells it all in this interview and the pictures are not to be missed by anyone so grab your copy now… if you haven’t already. In a sharp contrast, the male cover features Nigerian-born American actor Gbenga Akinnagbe who tells of his triumphs in much vaunted Hollywood.
Emeka Chukwu graces the cover of Zen magazine this month
On the cover of Motherhood magazine is Eldee and his lovely family
With so much to choose from, I bet you’re looking forward to that trip to the hairdresser’s, or that visit to the spa; you’d definitely have something to keep your eyes busy.