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Nigerian celebrities, Akindele Bello and Tiwa Savage are the richest female Nigerian celebrities on Instagram.

According to the Instagram Rich List 2019, Akindele at 45th position is the richest female Nigerian celebrity globally with over 8 million followers and earns 50,500 dollars which is (over 18 million Naira).

Singer, Tiwa Savage who follows closely at 48th position is second richest with over 7.5 million followers, earning 47,200 dollars (17 million Naira).

The list, compiled by Instagram scheduling tool HopperHQ, shows that billionaire entrepreneur, Kylie Jenner with Instagram followers of 141 million, is the world’s richest entertainer, has a worth of $1,226,000 per post.

Singer and actress, Ariana Grande is second on the list with an Instagram followership of 158.4 million and a worth of $996,000 per post to emerge second ahead of Ronaldo.

Kim Kardashian is fourth on the list, followed by Selena Gomez in fifth position and Beyonce in the seventh position.

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Want to start a clothing business but don’t know where to start from?

You know everything about fashion and styling but don’t know how to make your natural skill lucrative?





Or you want to stand out from other boutiques and fashion houses with your new business?

No need to think too much about it because these tips will help you get the confidence in starting your clothing business.

1. Get Yourself Polished

Before you can start your business, you have to get yourself polished with your skills. Nobody would hire someone that is not up to their standard. Make sure you are above average and so are your designs. Also get yourself acquainted with everything that has to do with your field. You Need to polish your networking skills too.

2. Have A Business Plan

A business plan is a guide that would help you to reach your desired target. When making a business plan, also carry out a feasibility study to see if your kind of designs will be accepted and liked.

3. Start Small

Start advertising with your family and friends and let them patronize you. There is nothing like a good word of mouth promotion. When you start from them, they will promote your clothes when they wear them and they will definitely give a referral when someone admires them.

t is 2017 and one of the main highlights of a wedding would be the pre-wedding photos.

Planning a wedding photo shoot might seem like a huge task, especially for many of those who are not exposed to such in our day to day activities.





There are endless things to prepare, such as your outfit, location, props,  hairstyle, lighting, weather, poses and more. Pre-wedding photos are also the photos which friends and family would upload as they toast the couple on their big day.

Here are a few tips you should know before you begin to plan that pre-wedding shoot.

1. Know your budget

While doing all these, you should also know that you still have your big day ahead of you and you would have more expenses. Your shoot does not have to be expensive before it goes well.

You do not want to spend unnecessarily on your pre-wedding shoot so check your budget, discuss with your spouse and decide how much is going for the photo shoot. This would help put things in perspective.

It is another week to bring to your attention asoebi styles which stole the show this week. Trending this week was the colour wine and you can trust that ladies made different beautiful styles in this vibrant colour.

Did you expect anything less? Of course not! We have compiled some of the most beautiful styles just for you.






Check out more lovely photos below

1. Wine always sits well on dark skin

2. We love the infusion of peplum into this dress

3. This style is too gorgeous

Nollywood actress, Linda Osifo is gradually becoming one of the popular faces in the movie industry.

The black stunning actress has gotten quite a number of achievement in Nigeria and beyond. She was recently in the news for getting a multi-million Naira house that got everyone talking.




Linda Osifo is one Nollywood’s sweetheart and here are 11 things you didn’t know about her.

1. Linda Adesuwa Osifo was born on the 27th of July, 1991.

2. She hails from Edo state and she is the second child of three children.

3. She grew up with her grandmother and moved to Canada at the age of 16

From wearing a veil to having bridesmaids; from throwing the bouquet to wearing a white dress, there are many weird traditions that have become the norm at every wedding ceremony.




While you’ve probably figured out the fact that these practices originated from a person or country, you probably don‟t know what they mean; how and how they came to be.

Below are some wedding traditions that have weird origins.

1. White wedding dress

It has probably struck you as odd why brides choose to wear white wedding dresses to their ceremonies. No other colour but white in most cases!

Actually, the idea started about 200 years ago when Mary, Queen of Scots chose to wear a white dress to her wedding (at the time, red was the most popular colour and white dresses were worn to funerals!).

The amazing thing is that Mary‟s husband died a few years later and she had been blamed.

In 1840, Queen Victoria also defied the norm by wearing a white satin gown in what was an obvious show of defiance and wealth.

Needless to say, the white dress became a massive success; a new style that is still adopted till today.

Weddings are very important ceremonies and everybody knows that Nigerians do not joke when it comes to this.

To have a top notch event, your venue is one of the factors that would determine the success of your ceremony.

Confused? There is no need to be. Below are some important tips to know before choosing a wedding venue.




1. Decide on a budget

Working out a budget early on will help you to shortlist potential wedding venues. Wedding catering and alcohol normally take up quite a large chunk of your budget so remember to include it in your calculations. Know the exact amount being allocated for your venue to save yourself stress.

2. Put the comfortability of your guests in mind

Don’t forget about guests travelling to your wedding. If you want to avoid incurring expensive uber charges and hotel bills for them, look for a wedding venue near to where the majority of your guests live or will lodge. Let your venue be easily accessible.

Court weddings are not a very common phenomenon in Nigeria, mostly because of the prerequisite of romance—in this part of the world— is an extravagant wedding.

The rising expectation and the high-pitched fever that trail the announcement of a wedding often pushes prospective couples who themselves grew up with the mindset that, a wedding is no wedding unless it’s extravagant, and their families and friends to overdo everything.

The average Nigerian wedding cost about 1-2 million naira and that’s not taking the dowry, the miscellaneous expenses, and honeymoon bills into consideration.




The term most people use is ‘go big or go home’. But wide exposure, cultural revolution, and harsh economic realities are teaching young people to seek alternative ways to celebrate their big days.

Although courthouse marriage has been a thing for a long, long time, it is arguably still the least famous form of marriage in Nigeria.

But here are some reasons why you should consider a court wedding.

1. Saves Money

If an extravagant ceremony seems too overwhelming for your schedule or your wallet, getting married in a courthouse might turn out to be one of the shrewdest financial decisions you’ll ever make!

While an elaborate church or traditional wedding are beautiful ways to celebrate the beginning of a married life, they are certainly not the only ways. If you had a courthouse marriage—at the end of the day—you and your partner will still be ‘Mr’ and ‘Mrs’ and the same certificate, issued in church, will be handed to you.

2. Less stress and noise

While certain circumstances may warrant that a wedding be conducted quickly and quietly, some people just really hate all the noise and the buzz. A courthouse wedding provides a conducive and convenient avenue to get married. You get to save your money, time, and energy and you get to avoid unnecessary, and often unwanted attention.