Wednesday, 17 August 2016
Next week, from , is the time that history will be made at the Africa Fashion Week Amsterdam event platform. Fashion designers at different stages of their careers will showcase their creativity and talent to a global audience of businessmen, retailers, media and the public. Models from various countries in and outside Africa will parade the runway with engaging, colourful and well patterned garments from various designers as if it were a tale. The audience should also expect art exhibitions such as paintings, sculptures, nude art. Performances by artists like Kas Beats, Miss Bess, Drey Goldnheads, Princess Bridgette and many more solo artist. For the business minded visitors, you may want to ask for the VIP Networking Room (VIP ONLY) that is where the business goes down in champagne and style.
Khloe Kardashian has revealed she had a skin cancer scare and how she had eight inches of skin removed.. She wrote on her app:
"There was one mole I had on my back that was skin cancer. I had eight inches of skin removed. It was definitely painful because it was a lot of skin, but most of the time, the removals haven't been that bad.
Cregital is excited to confirm the launch of it’s much anticipated Academy which is targeted at improving the skill set of Nigerians in the area of design, marketing, and coding.
Cregital Academy is an initiative that specializes on youth skill acquisition and career growth. We currently foster a learning culture that admits people to nurture their creative skills, and help them build a rewarding career.
HOUSE OF TWITCH announces HALIMA ABUBAKAR
Born in Kano, Nigeria, Halima Abubakar is one of Nigeria’s finest acting talents. Having starred in several movies and clinched several awards like City people’s Best actress 2011,The Afro Hollywood award in London as best supporting actress, Actors Guild Icons Award, Global leadership award, and a nomination from Best of Nollywood awards, Best actress HITV Seasoned award, and recently bagged the best actress award at The Eminent award powered by News Of The People, coupled with being a Kogi state youth Ambassador, Halima today has become a force to reckon with becoming a role model to youngsters who desire to pursue her passion.: "Breaking through Nollywood was like passing through a needle! Very difficult and stressful, but I knew where I was heading. I just kept telling myself to be focused and push harder." Halima represents a new breed of young Nigerians who have made their marks through their God given talents, and her story is indeed an inspiration to youngsters who wants to make the difference. And like an excellently written movie script, she is acting out her life’s passion, becoming the star in her life’s movie and the new headliner worth talking about.