Like every year the men beauty contest held in Nigeria. The most stunning and most interesting thing of this show was that Nigerian women were judge of the this contest. In this contest men polished their faces with yellow, red and white color. They were made up and danced to inspire the female judges. In this contest jury have to decided that who is the most beautiful and brave man in Nigeria.
Kelechi Amadi – Obi is set to launch his Mania magazine. Mania is said to be a fashion and lifestyle magazine but her content would cut across fashion, beauty, music, books, movies and everything in between tailored to the core readership of women with elegance, poise and charisma.
The magazine’s content would span 200 pages with what is described as compelling editorials and heart rendering photographs.
With Kelechi Amadi – Obi as publisher, the magazine is edited by stylist Dimeji Alara with support from Adeola Ojedokun, Lola Maja, Bayo Haastrup, Bimpe Ogunmakin and Ugo Igbokwe.
The central Nigerian city of Jos was brought to a standstill yesterday as thousands of women dressed in black marched through the streets to protest the continuing violence in Plateau State.
The group’s spokesperson Rhoda Awang said, ‘Women are killed and children are killed. Pregnant women are killed and the babies cut out of their wombs. We have local chiefs in all the 17 Local Government Councils. Where are they and what are they doing? We have former governors, where are they? Where is Yakubu Gowon (the former Nigerian President who is from Plateau State)? If the people are killed in the state who will they rule over?”
The women’s anger was further fuelled by the deaths of a woman and child during an attack on a village in Vom on the previous night, and they made clear their rejection of any federally instituted state of emergency in Plateau State. They also called on Plateau State Governor Jonah Jang to relocate Jos’s Motor Park and the Vegetable Market from the Bauchi Road and Farin Gada areas, as several non-Muslims have disappeared there.