Aieshetu Fatima Dozie : Now you see me

Last year, I was compelled to write an article entitled “Do You See Me?” upon learning of President Buhari’s demeaning statement regarding his wife’s public rebuke of him and the so-called Cabal. Standing beside Angela Merkel, arguably the most powerful woman on earth, his innate patriarchy drove him to make what many of us found to […]

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NYLON – Holding On To What Is Left Of Who We Are

Photo: Bellanaija Wana Udobang’s recent documentary ‘Nylon’ tells a somewhat familiar story of 1 in every 5 strong women: grief. Her interest on the oftentimes ignored subject led her to come up with the bravest decision: putting her mother in the center of her documentary. For Wana, it is a call to being aware that […]

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“It’s in God that I know I am unconditionally loved, accepted and beautiful.” – TY Bello shares her beautiful life journey on the King Women Series

Photo: Qluemagazine TY Bello’s ‘King Women’ feature is what we call the moment of a lifetime. The renowned photographer poured out her heart on matters ranging from her early self-hate to eventually promoting self-love in women. We share our top 5 quotes from the magic moments. On transforming others I love transformation. I love to watch […]

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Quote of the Day: “Women must take part in creating policies and legislation that reflect the society they want to live in.” – Toyin Saraki

  “Our economy and society needs to transform and, for that to happen, women must be part of that change, whether through politics or through teaching. Women must take part in creating policies and legislation that reflect the society they want to live in. We can encourage women to take part in politics by teaching […]

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Women we love: Haben Girma

Photo: Perkins Haben Girma is absolutely inspiring. She dazed the world when she became Harvard Law School’s first deaf and blind graduate in 2013. Since then, she has remained a global phenomenon. Born in the United States to African parents, Haben was not the type to give in to self-defeat. At the young age of […]

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Nothing best describes ‘self-made’ like Linda Ikeji

Photo:cnn.com Linda Ikeji is one name that resonates powerfully with us, and we are sure, with a lot of you as well. Asides being our favourite entertainment/gossip blogger, she is tenaciously redefining what success means. We absolutely love how this phenomenal woman has risen up the ranks, and made a career of a field many […]

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5 Times We loved Adesua Etomi in ‘Character’

Photo: bhm’sblog  Adesua Etomi has officially become our modern day African version of Cinderella. From her screen debut in 2014 to now, she has gracefully grown to become one of our favourite faces on the screen. Just recently, she gave us the sweetest surprise of a lifetime with the news of her engagement to Africa’s […]

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“Know that you represent yourself and those women who will follow your path” – Entrepreneurial advice from Tiguidanke Camara

  “Do not let anyone discourage you. Take time to learn. Spend as much time as possible in the field. You may face discrimination sometimes, but always remain professional and persevere. Know that you represent yourself and those women who will follow your path. Find your path, work hard and let the universe do the […]

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Nothing spells W-O-M-A-N like TY Bello’s photography

If you’re a great fan of Ty Bello, then you know by now that her camera is famous for its art of making Queens out of women. While modern day photography emphasizes artistic beauty and dolled-up perfection, Ty Bello gives women the most genuinely beautiful and endearing personalities through her art. Her art tells strength, […]

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