Tuesday, 30 April 2019

Sade Okoya, Florence Ita-Giwa, Kemi Nelson, Others @ Seun Awolowo's Wedding in Lagos








The famous Awolowo family celebrated their daughter,  Oluwaseun’s traditional wedding  in grand style on Monday 22nd of April,2019 at The Balmoral, Federal Palace, Lagos.  Popular politicians, socialites, celebrities, businessmen and women gathered to party as the great granddaughter of the late sage, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Seun got married to her heartthrob, Toye. In attendance were Senator Florence Ita-Giwa, Chief Mrs Sade Okoya, Femi Otedola, Chief Mrs Kemi Nelson, and a host other notable personalities. Check out lovely photos from the event. More photos after the jump.
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Friday, 26 April 2019

Sade Okoya Celebrates Birthday and 20th Wedding Anniversary In Style!



It is a double celebration for Dr. Sade Okoya, wife of billionaire industrialist and Aare of Lagos, Chief Razak Okoya. 




While Sade turns 42, she and her husband are also celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary.











Chief Sade Okoya, who is the Managing Director of Eleganza Fashion Products Limited, has released stunning videos and photos to celebrate the day.










Sade got married at 21 when her husband was 59. Together, they have
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Friday, 19 April 2019

Celebrities Wearing Stuff

Everything Your Favorite Celebrities Have Been Wearing Lately!


Ini Edo

Toke Makinwa

Linda Ikeji

Ebuka Obi-Uchendu

Bolanle Olukanni

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Monday, 15 April 2019

"I Bought My First Camera with My JAMB Registration Fee" - Klala Photography Boss, Adebusoye Ayokunle





My love for photography started while I was a child; I remember buying a camera with money meant for my JAMB registration form back in secondary school just because it was my cousin’s birthday party and I wanted to snap good photos at the event. While I was in University, I was the social director of the student union. I got a digital camera from my brother in the US which was of great use to me throughout my tenure as the social director of the student union government. I ensured that I documented all of our events with the use of my camera; I photographed our jambite nights, award nights, Mr & Miss campus, and the most beautiful girl in Ekiti pageant. Honestly, I never knew I’d become a successful professional photographer, I only knew I had a flair for photography. I’ve always been a fun loving and very social individual; I got a job as the presenter of ‘reggae splash’ on progress fm while I was the social director of the student union government in school and I had to juggle these with my studies.










I started professional photography in the year 2011. It wasn’t an easy journey from the aviation industry to photography. It was quite challenging leaving a paid job at Virgin Nigeria to start up a career as an entrepreneur. It was a story of real hustle for customers in the beginning because social media wasn’t this big, it was all about referrals and who you knew. I remember meeting an event planner who asked me about the type of camera I was working with, I told her I was using a canon 7D, and she told me point-blank that she couldn’t work with me because her photographers had more sophisticated cameras. Back then, as a photographer, you had to market your brand on your own, and that was quite challenging. I was able to breakthrough because I didn’t give up; I was very consistent.












When I joined Instagram, I didn’t know about its benefits so I only used to post my personal photos. I would pose like a King, and take flashy photos to post until I stumbled on pages of some photographers who had a lot of followers and a compilation of their works displayed on Instagram. This was the moment I took Instagram as a big deal, deleted all of my personal photos and started posting my works until Bella Naija posted one of them. This photo got a lot of likes, but nobody knew who the photographer was because I didn’t add any tags. So, I made a serious effort to learn how to use Instagram well. After this realization, I made Instagram my first office; I resume on Instagram before heading to my physical office in Lekki phase 1. I am very grateful that we currently have an average of 700 people contacting us from Instagram in 6 months. Instagram is the best thing that has happened to my business.









A lot of people see us at Klala Photography as just wedding photographers, but
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Friday, 12 April 2019

Celebrities Wearing Stuff


Everything Your Favorite Celebrities Have Been Wearing Lately!


Dakore Akande

Regina Chukwu

Bolanle Ninalowo

Kate Henshaw

Laura Ikeji-Kanu

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Tuesday, 9 April 2019

Iyabo Ojo, KWAM1, Dayo Amusa, Others @ Bismid's Mum's Burial Party





Today on MOGBO MOYA, we shall be partying with Mrs Olubunmi Agbeni, the very beautiful C.E.O of popular cosmetics/makeup brand- BISMID as she hosted a talk of the town burial party in honour of her late Mum. The event which took place at Eagle Club, Surulere, Lagos was attended by top celebrities and socialites such as Dayo Amusa, Iyabo Ojo, Jaiye Kuti, Funke Adesiyan, Olori Sekinat Elegushi with
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Friday, 5 April 2019

Aso Ebi Styles From Bismid’s Mum’s Burial Party








All roads led to the popular Eagle Club, Surulere, Lagos on the 22nd of March,2019 as the C.E.O of BISMID COSMETICS, Mrs Olubunmi Agbeni hosted top celebrities and socialites in honour of her late Mum. The party is currently still the talk of the town. Check out gorgeous Asoebi Styles from the event. See more photos after the jump.
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Celebrities Wearing Stuff


Everything Your Favorite Celebrities Have Been Wearing Lately!


Mo'Cheddah

Mercy Aigbe

Mo'Cheddah

Annie Idibia

Don Jazzy



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