I’m a porn star, not a prostitute –Actress Uglygalz Mareme

Uglygalz is fast becoming a leading porn actress in Nollywood, but she says many people will rather choose to see her as a prostitute.   The Nigerian adult entertainer, who has massive tattoos inked on several parts of her body, says getting people to understand that her personality is different from her chosen career has become a herculean task.   In an exclusive interview with Pulse, Uglygalz, revealed: “I am a porn actress, I do adult entertainment movies or what is called porn films. I have been called a sex…

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Fear of flying stopped me from going to countries translating Things Fall Apart

Chief Pete Edochie is a Nollywood legend. In this interview with UCHENNA INYA in ABAKALIKI, he spoke about his refusal to join politics because of his aversion to lies, his role in the career of his actor son among other issues. Excerpts…   How can you describe the Nollywood industry?   Nollywood is doing very well but we require input of the government to expand the dimension of our operations. Overseas, governments help the people to project them through films but here we are victimized by religious conflicts. If it…

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Being an MC is lucrative, pays my bills –MC Kris

Iji Christian Agbike popularly known as MC Kris, is a young and versatile entertainer. In this interview with DEBORAH OCHENI, the graduate of Benue State University spoke about his fashion philosophy and sundry issues.   While shopping, which fashion item catches your fancy?   While shopping the fashion item that catches my fancy the most is sneakers. Which fashion accessory do you live for? Bracelets and wrist watches.   Do you conform to trends?   Which fashion trends do you love most? No, I’m not a trend kind of guy.…

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My dad asked my brothers to stop me from auditions –LamiRose

LamiRose Alih is a Nollywood actress and a film producer, she speaks with DEBORAH OCHENI about her ready to go outfits, love for comfy wears, her preferred celebrity style, why she will not not wear clothes that reveal her nipples and lots more.   What was growing up like?   Growing up was so interesting, until things went bad for my parents that they had to relocate from Kano to the village. Things got so tough while in the village, but in all, we thank God for life. How long…

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NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES NEED TO REVIEW LAW CURRICULUM –OKOROCHA

‘Nigeria is not really a democracy at the moment’     Mrs. Chinyere Okorocha has been an expert in Intellectual Property Law for 28 years. She is the current Vice Chairperson of Nigerian Bar Association Women’s Forum. She told FLORA ONWUDIWE that the reason the association was formed was because women were seen as minority. Of course, there was also the issue of gender inequality and other related matters that affect women in the society.     Could you say a few things about yourself and your journey into the…

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Chic bridal hairstyles

The month November is usually filled with many wedding celebrations. If you and your spouse have concluded arrangement to celebrate your day anytime from now then you don’t need to settle for basics when it comes to your hairdo because you will be the centre of atten- tion and many of your invited guests will be interested in your hairstyle, so ensure you do something out of usual.   Classic up-do bridal hairstyle is too boring for modern brides, whether you’re getting married or acting as a bridesmaid at a…

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A woman’s hair is her crown and beauty –Hair boss

Linda Akachukwu Paul porpularly known as Hair Prof is the CEO of PDF Hair and Accessories; she spoke with DEBORAH OCHENI about her fashion philosophy, how making customers friends has helped in improving her sales, the lucrative nature of hair business in Nigeria and sundry issues     What is your personal style? I love to keep it simple and comfortable. I love dresses made with our local fabric popularly known as ankara. The ankara materials have very beautiful and vibrant colours. On a regular day, I love my jeans…

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An exc ursion to Radio Nigeria as a pupil made me love broadc asting –Emmanuel- Ojo

A broadcast journalist who studied English and Literary Studies at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ayo’ Emmanuel-Ojo is popular for his radio programme and podcast, People, Places and Culture, which interrogates global tourism and cultural systems by looking at the happenings that define tourism in Africa. In this interview with ADEDAYO ODULAJA, Emmanuel-Ojo, a golden star award recipient from a youth-based organisation in Houston Texas, United States, talks about his experience as an OAP, running Greenspirit Media and hosting one of the most listened-to shows on tourism and cultural programmes in…

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Amebo, Garuba, Okoro, others to celebrate Villag e Headmaster at 50 –Prince Dag bolu

Mr. Dan Imoudu popularly known as Prince Dagbolu in the rested NTA’s foremost longest drama series Village Headmaster (VHM). He told FLORA ONWUDIWE that NTA, the mother that brought the people together in the late 60s would be celebrating the surviving legends of the TV drama series in October     We learnt that the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) would be celebrating Village Headmaster at 50, how prepared are you for the anniversary?   The anniversary is starting on the October 8, with a talk show, and we are inviting…

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GOING BACK TO BARIGA AFTER 30 YEARS WAS EMOTIONALLY DRAINING

‘I want Germans to see us as educated people, not scammers, prostitutes’   Mrs. Mary Bamigbe Bruder, a Nigerian based in Berlin, Germany and president of Bruderhilfe (Brotherly Help) Social Development Initiative Foundation, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) based in Germany, with a mandate to transform lives and communities around Nigeria, is quietly traversing the nation bringing succour to the neglected and ‘wretched of the earth.’ ANDREW IRO OKUNGBOWA spoke with the mother of two, who is determined to rewrite the sordid narratives of Nigerians living in Germany and other parts…

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