Saturday, 30 April 2016

An Emotional Affair- By Ufuomaee

Lola was home alone again. It was 10pm at night and Bolu was not yet back from work. The food she had prepared for dinner at 8 O’Clock was well and truly cold by now. At nine, she’d given up the wait, and decided to have her dinner all by herself. She had become used to this nightly ritual after three years of marriage.

She had always known her husband to be hardworking, but at least when they were dating, he had made the effort to take her out or spend time with her at home. She would never have guessed that her years of marriage would be the loneliest of her life. From the moment they got back from their honeymoon, work became top priority for him.

Sometimes she wondered why he had even bothered to marry her? Was it a maid he had wanted? A house keeper? Was his family on his case about settling down? Did he even love her? These were her usual thoughts, night after night, as she fought the voice in her head telling her that she wasn’t loved…that she’d been deceived to have married Bolu Adetayo.

With a sigh, she got up from the sofa and switched off the television. She looked at her phone, no missed call. She considered calling to check on him, but she was sure she knew what he would say. “Just rounding up, love. Will be home in a flash!” or something to that effect. She was tired of nagging him about never calling or texting, and she’d long past given up feeling concerned about his well-being, and worrying maybe something bad had happened to him.

Reluctantly, she did the least she could do and sent him a text message. “I’m off to bed now, hon. Your dinner’s in the microwave. I hope all’s good. Come home safe.”

As she finished the message,
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Thursday, 28 April 2016

Get X-box On Jiji.ng


If you want to know what a place, where you can buy absolutely everything, looks like, just open Jiji.ng. Moreover, it allows to buy everything without even leaving your home. Just take a laptop or a Smartphone and start discovering. Open a category you are interested in and find the best offers by applying some of the suggested filters.


For some, Jiji looks like something magical. Of course, there is always some magic in convenience, but actually it is an ordinary market in a new domain. Counters here are virtual, and you cannot touch an item, only read a detailed description and look at its photos. However, the advantages are obvious. Users post ads for free, and the audience grows from local buyers to every person in the country, who knows how to use the Internet.


Jiji is a marketplace, not a web store, and this fact is very important. Because of this, Jiji doesn’t sell anything, but creates all necessary conditions for it. The main principle of this website is to take care of users’ privacy and security and provide them with the opportunity to communicate with each other directly.


You can find a lot of interesting offers on Jiji. But when it comes to electronics, this website has a lot to surprise with. If you think that some things aren’t affordable or can wait longer, think once more. Or just type “Xbox 360” in a search line and get an incredible console. In addition to usual fun and entertainment, you become a real hero of every game due to the innovative functions. Or you can buy it for someone you care about. It is definitely the best present ever.



Jiji is shopping spot No.1 in Nigeria with more than 530,000 active ads and over 10,000,000 monthly visitors. But all we can think of now is how many games do we need to buy straight away. To buy on Jiji, by the way.
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Style Your Body Type With These Fun Skirts!!!




Whether it is a pencil skirt, flare skirt, or slit skirt, skirts are the perfect and safest choice you can make as a lady. There is just always this chic look about skirts! Check out some really cute skirts you can choose from for your body type after the jump
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Sunday, 24 April 2016

QYB Owambe: Aso Ebi Styles To Show Your Tailor This Week!!!





Hello QYBers! It's time for another QYB Owambe, where you get to see some "ghen ghen" aso-ebi trends to give your tailors this beautiful new week. Don't forget to drop your comments and tell me your favorite style. You can also show us cool aso-ebi trends which you have been rocking so we can also rock. Send via email- qismataderayoyinus@gmail.com or post and tag via Instagram -@BeautifulBlogga. See more styles after the jump

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Friday, 22 April 2016

Letter To Nigerian Bloggers!!!



By Oluwatobi Adekunle 
Blogging has been around for a while now in Nigeria and it’s obvious so many people even organizations are taking advantage of it. consequentially, the rate at which young Nigerians are creating blogs is at an alarming rate even when many of them seem not to really understand the nitty gritty of it. However, This can be attributed to the general opinion that blogging is a remunerative and booming online business that could turn anyone millionaire overnight. If i hear, ask BellaNaija how long she has been into blogging (in a passive voice).
It is not bad when you blog to make money online especially when you are equipped with the right content, but it becomes dire and disheartening when you are looking for content by all means even if it means publishing a defamatory story. This is common with most entertainment and gossip bloggers. They have
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Wednesday, 20 April 2016

OKOYA's Daughter, HADIZA OKOYA Floats Online Mall

•Says "My Dad Has Been Grooming Me For Business Since Age 17”

Hadiza Okoya

Billionaire industrialist Alhaji Rasak Okoya’s daughter Hadiza Okoya Akala, and former Senate Chairman on Privatization, Senator Gbenga Obadara’s daughter Moremi Obadara has just joined, the league of online business owners.


Moremi Obadara

The two hardworking and business oriented ladies recently set up “Whatvendor”, an online market space which offers a link to stress free event planning cutting out the middle man for essential party  needs. Whatvendor which according to Hadiza Okoya is an online platform providing easier accessibility to event vendors, ultimately allows the underdogs in the industry to promote their craft therefore generating them a better income.


Qismat Yinus spoke to Hadiza Okoya about her first of its kind online business venture in Nigeria. The soft spoken stylish lady talks about  ‘what vendor’ and it benefits in this interview.


You recently set up an online mall alongside your friend Moremi Obadara, what is this business all about?

Whatvendor is an online platform providing easier accessibility to event vendors. This  ultimately allows the upcomers in the industry to promote their craft therefore generating them a better income. On the consumers side, it helps us get better value for our money. The laws of economics would tell you that the more supply the less demand therefore driving the value down. Ideally we live in a society where people are being charged 300 thousand naira for bridal make up,whereas a normal face of makeup which looks like bridal make up might cost 12,000 plus.
Understandably you must factor in the transportation and early wake charges which if anything should be 80 to 100k, but unfortunately we only see the popular make up artists therefore demand is high, driving up prices, whereas Whatvendor allows people just as good to be recognized.
Nigeria is growing at a rapid speed and yet we still only recognize certain event planners or decorators who will charge like 3 million naira up for their services alone not even food and drink eventhough the people
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Friday, 15 April 2016

QYB Owambe: Aso Ebi Styles To Show Your Tailor This April!!!






Hello QYBers! It's time for another QYB Owambe, where you get to see some "ghen ghen" aso-ebi trends to give your tailors this beautiful month of April.Don't forget to drop your comments and tell me your favorite style. You can also show us cool aso-ebi trends which you have been rocking so we can also rock. Send via email- qismataderayoyinus@gmail.com or post and tag via Instagram -@BeautifulBlogga. See more styles after the jump
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Thursday, 14 April 2016

"I Was An NBA Player Before I Set Up wakanow.com” – OBINNA EKEZIE



Obinna Ekezie is the Managing Director and founder of wakanow.com, Nigeria’s largest internet travel site. The former NBA player who retired from professional basketball in 2001 and set up Zeeptravel.com was a well known basketball player who played for notable NBA teams like the Dallas Mavericks, Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavaliers, Washington Wizards, LA Clippers, and Vancouver Grizzlies.

Obinna who is determined to change the way ticket bookings are made in Nigeria and Africa as a whole returned to Nigeria after a career ending injury as an NBA player and retired in 2007 which led to the establishment of one of the fastest growing and largest internet travel sites in Africa known as wakanow.com.

In this interview with Qismat Yinus, the former NBA Star speaks about his love for his online business and his journey to becoming a successful businessman.



What inspired the establishment of wakanow.com?

After I retired from professional basketball at the NBA, after my injury, I discovered that
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Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Sade Okoya,Erelu Dosunmu,Opral Benson,Others At OGD's 60th Birthday Party



Former Governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel turned 60 on April 6,2016,and his beautiful wife, Yeye Olufunke Daniel hosted his friends and associates to a high octane party last Sunday, at the Oriental,Lagos. Qismat Yinus was at the event and now brings you photos of society ladies who stunned at the event. 





















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Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Betty Irabor,Zainab Balogun,Eku Edewor,Others At The Cointreau Creative Crew Launch




Cointreau announced the launch of its new global philanthropic programme in Nigeria on Sunday 10th April 2016,at the Oriental, Lagos. The programme tagged; the Cointreau Creative Crew was launched last year in the UK and is curated by Laetitia Casta as the Creative Director.

The objective of the Cointreau Creative Crew is to promote the development of women’s creative freedom and expression as well as encourage women to work towards taking their initial dream and extending it into a tangible creative reality. The programme will provide an entrepreneur with the opportunity to be awarded  €20,000 as a means of support for their creative project and is also open to men.




Betty Irabor, Founder and Publisher of Genevieve Magazine and the Creative Curator  of the Cointreau Creative Crew, Nigeria, enlisted a network of seasoned professionals, entrepreneurs and creatives. These women form the jury and committee of the Cointreau Creative Crew and were unveiled at the campaign launch.

Celebrity faces of Betty Irabor, Zainab Balogun, Eku Edewor, Buchi Akpati, Denola Grey, Ono Bello, Bola Balogun, Tewa Onasanya, Bidemi Zakariyau, Ezinne Chinkata, Bolanle Olukanni, Yagazie Emezi and
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Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Stunning Aso-ebi Styles From Fathia Balogun's Brother's Wedding



Nollywood actress Fathia Balogun's brother got married over the weekend in Oyo state,and it was a gathering of the creme de la creme of the Yoruba movie industry. There were a lot eye-popping and stunning asoebi styles on display and we thought it wise to be bring them here for you to see incase you missed the talk of the town wedding.

Check them out after the jump
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