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The Future Awards 2010: Winners, Photos and BN’s List of Favourites



The Future Awards Bella Naija0023The buildup to this year’s Future Awards lasted for almost a year. From the tour featuring previous winners to the townhall meetings which took “The Future'” from Lagos to Enugu to Johannesburg to London and beyond…Finally after all the anticipation, the D-Day arrived. On Sunday 7th of February 2010, the best and the brightest Nigerian youth gathered at the MUSON Centre for the premier youth awards in Nigeria.

The evening kicked off with an inspiring keynote address by Managing Director of the World Bank, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala,  Mrs. Okonjo-Iweala, challenged the crowd to rise up and make a difference – not just wait and watch. It was an impassioned speech which resonated with young and energized crowd.

While the audience mainly consisted of young people, other high profile guests at the event included First Lady of Lagos State, Abimbola Fashola; the Deputy Governor, Sarah Bisi Sosa, Prof. Pat Utomi, Dr. Reuben Abati, Mr. Toyin Subair, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, former High Commissioner to Britain Christopher Kolade, the MD of Nigerian Breweries, Peter Stevenson from the British High Commission, Celine Loader, Obi Asika, Ali Baba, Gbenga Adeyinka, Tee A, Mo Abudu, amongst others.

The night was anchored by a high profile team of young people that included musician Naeto C and former MBGN Munachi Abii, with surprise take over mid-event by Idols West Africa finalist Omawumi and Big Brother Africa winner Kevin Chuwang. Performances were a major highlight of the event. One was a rehash of songs that defined the nation in a nod to Nigeria ’s fiftieth anniversary. Vocalists Waje, Timi Dakolo, Nene and Essence. The other was themed The Future of Rap and had young hip hop artistes Lil H, Willy Bang, Mo’Cheddah, Scales and Whizkid revving the crowd up. There was a dance fest that had the nation’s hottest dancers; StreetHood and Dance na the main Thing. Kefee electrified the crowd with her hit song Kokoroko, and a collabo between Djinee and Bez had the crowd screaming.

The awards also saw interesting takes on pop culture moments that included a recap by Dr. Reuben Abati and musician Banky W of their controversial articles over the state of the Nigerian music industry, Toni Payne, showed that she is in a good place despite recent setbacks by dancing along to the song ‘Gongo Aso’ when she went on stage to introduce a musical act.

The winners were then announced across categories. The winner for actor of the year was stage actress Lala Akindoju, for Best Use of Advocacy was Tolu Sangosanya, a young woman who runs a foundation that teaches children of the dustbin estate, the Best Use of Technology prize went to ‘Bade Adesemowo, one of Nigeria’s open source technology gurus, Style Entrepreneur of the Year went to magazine publisher and model manager Linda Ikeji and Music Producer of the Year saw Jesse Jagz beating J Martins and K-Solo.The Future Awards Bella Naija0022The big winner of the night was a young lady called Ify Aniebo, a malaria research scientist who has won a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation grant. She won the award for Best Use of Science and also beat other nominees like award winning journalist Tolu Ogunlesi, musician Asa, music producer Cobhams Asuquo, youth advocate Toyosi Akerele, movie producer and actress Stephanie Okereke, dance professional Qudus Onikeku and Big Brother 5 host, IK Osakioduwa who were all present at the event and were called on stage to be honoured. Her plaque was handed over by last year’s Young Person of the Year, D’Banj.

All the winners are aged 18 to 31. “Every year we continue to make the point that we are not one of those people who say Nigeria is a great country as a cliché,” Chude Jideonwo, who is the event’s creative director, said. “We are ready to show anyone that there is a new generation that has integrity, that is not corrupt and that is ready to build this nation. We are proud, immensely proud to present a group of scientists, artists, entrepreneurs and others who are ready to contribution towards the development of their country.”

After the awards, the winners will be taken on a tour of secondary schools in Lagos and across the country to contribute to the education. The First Lady of Lagos State, Mrs. Abimbola Fashola, has promised to partner with the initiative with her pet project which focuses on career seminars for students.
Congrats to the Future Awards team, nominees and winners!
It was quite an interesting event and of course, BN had our fave picks. From the red carpet to the performances and even the presenters. Check on it.

Our favourite look of the event was delivered by Asa. The talented musician looked fabulous in her white shirt, black pants and popping red pumps. We totally admire how Asa represented her unique style in such a chic way!
We also loved Stephanie Okereke in her floor-length asymmetrical gown embellished with rosettes. While we weren’t fans of Omowunmi Akinnifesi‘s look at the Face of Africa (red carpet post coming soon), she redeemed her style at the Future Awards in this strapless white dress, we really love the layered frills and pleated neckline.

Best Dressed Ladies

Stephanie Okereke | Omowunmi Akinnifesi | Asa

Our best dressed man of the night was Banky W. Banky chose the colours brown and black as his palette and totally made it work for him. Lets hope Banky has retired the Kangol hat for 2010, Banky, we want to see more of this from you this year….#justsaying

Best Dressed Dude

Banky W

Some ladies at the event went for all glam with their outfits. Isio is making these grecian inspired dresses her signature and it definitely suits her…a smile would have pushed this look to our best dressed list. Emilia of Redstrat was a princess for a day in her ruffled green gown and we’re loving the gold dress with the bejewelled waistband as well.


Isio and Emilia go glam!

For the Future Awards, the theme is always a touch of green so its no surprise that these ladies decided to take things a little bit further and embrace the theme with green outfits.


Styling in Green

It can be hard to stand out at an event like the Future Awards with so many people going all out to ‘show their style’. Some guests including Sasha and Yvonne of STV’s E-weekly chose electrifying shades of colour to help them shine on the red carpet. Sasha, we are going to be needing those shoes…very hot!


Electrifying colour

Sometimes on the red carpet (green in this case), the women capture all the attention, however the men didn’t want to give up without a fight. MI kept his cool in a suit and Ray Bans, MC Naeto C rocked a sleek look with his suit and bowtie, Obiwon dug into his banker’s wardrobe for a traditional suit while Yaw (Steve Onu) and Sammie Okposo decided to go with velvet blazers.

Men 1

The Men

Black was another popular colour on the Future Awards green carpet.



Ex-MBGN, rapper Munachi Abii co-hosted the first half of the event with Naeto C. She ensured that each time she stepped on stage, all eyes were on her. With her hair coiffed in an adventurous blonde and brown coloured cut, her first outfit was a colourful strapless draped dress by House of Nwocha while her second look was a short shimmery dress with exaggerated shoulders by MAI…very Gaga meets Riri



Lets not forget about the winners, Professional of the Year winner Ifunanya Maduka sported a purple dress with long sleeves and a cape…the dress looks very similar to designs by Nigerian designer Bridget Awosika. Style Entrepreneur of the Year, Linda Ikeji wore a green dress by designer Steve Ray. We also loved Fatima Zara Modibbo and Tolu Sangosanya in their ankara dresses.


Winners in style

We loved the musical segment of the show which featured young talent. The Future is bright!

The Future

The Future

The Future Awards green carpet is all about showing off your unique style – Jesse Jagz and Gbenro Ajibade & Gideon Okeke (Both actors on MNet’s Tinsel), did things a little bit differently on the green carpet.


Gbenro Ajibade | Jesse Jagz | Gideon Okeke

Uti Nwachukwu of BBA 2 and Tosyn Bucknor stood out in black and white outfits. Geraldine of BBA Revolution also looked cute in her black dress.

Black & White

Black & White

We quote this as often as possible because we believe it – He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the Lord. When quizzed on the red carpet, Cobhams confirmed that he and his date whom he referred to as “Miss Fabulous” will be walking down the aisle soon. The couple look great together, Miss Fab in her black and white dress and Cobhams in his blue suit. Newlyweds Obi & Yets Asika was another hot couple at the event,  Yets in her strapless dress and Obi in his white suit.


Cobhams & Miss Fabulous | Obi& yets Asika

We love Mo’Cheddah‘s gutsy style. Mo was all about the rock chick look both onstage and off with her 2-toned hair and all black outfits.



We are really loving Gbemi of The Beat FM’s style lately! For the Future Awards, she wore a floor length red dress with an asymmetrical neckline. Author, Chimamanda Adichie rocked a similar look with her signature headwrap. Its great to see Chimamanda in something sexier than we are used to from her. Both ladies were glowing!

Ladies in red

Gbemi Olateru-Olagbeji | Chimamanda Adichie

We loved Noble Igwe‘s suit paired with a skinny black tie, very dapper. D’Prince confirmed that he’s ‘Omo Oba’ in his red tunic paired with jeans. Audu Maikori of Chocolate City and D’Banj also looked good. Ko bad..

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Noble Igwe | D'Prince | Audu Maikori | D'Banj

The best form of ‘rebranding’ is positive action. Matse Uwatse of Wazobia FM and musician Kefee represented for the Niger Delta by excelling in their fields. Matse won the award for On-Air Radio Personality of the year while Kefee lit up the stage by performing her new single ‘Sapele Water’ and smash hit ‘Kokoroko’

Niger Delta

Matse | Kefee

We spotted Funke Akindele and Goldie in the crowd. The two ladies sported all black looks.

Faces in the crowd

Goldie | Funke Akindele

Its Denrele. He is in a league of his own. End of discussion.



We just have to give it to Big Brother Africa revolution winner Kevin Chuwang and musician Omawumi, the duo were incredibly charismatic on stage. Definitely did us proud. Omawumi sticks to her winning style formula in a short dress with an asymmetrical neckline while Kevin was casual in his jeans paired with a blazer.


Kevin Chuwang | Omawumi


Actor of the Year

Kemi Lala Akindoju

Best Use of Advocacy

Tolu Sangosanya (Dustbin Children Foundation)

Best Use of Science

Ify Aniebo

Best Use of Technology

‘Bade Adesemowo (Bincom Solutions)

Business Owner of the Year

‘Debola Lewis (Yvent Kouture)

Creative Artist of the Year

Adekunle Samuel Owolabi

Excellence in Public Service

Fatima Zara Modibbo (Human Institute of Virology)

Journalist of the Year

Aruona Agbroko (NEXT)

Magazine of the Year

Soundcity Blast

Model of the Year

Warebi Martha

Musician of the Year

MI Abaga

Music Producer of the Year

Jesse Jagz

On-Air Personality of the Year (Radio)

Maste Uwatse (Wazobia FM)

On-Air Personality of the Year (TV)

Andre Blaze (Nigezie)

Professional of the Year

Ifunanya Maduka ( Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls)

Screen Producer of the Year

Kenneth Gyang (“Finding Aisha”)

Sportsperson of the Year

Janet Dung (Athletics)

Style Entrepreneur of the Year

Linda Ikeji (Blackdove)

Team of the Year

Africa Youth Unite for Change (Afyuch)

Young Person of the Year

Ify Aniebo

Photo Credit: Bella Naija & Tyna Ezenma


  1. luvlife

    February 13, 2010 at 12:49 pm

    Is it my PC or is this here an empty post? Meanwhile BN team, I feel the need to bring this to your attention. Lately, there have been a lot of
    “typos”/grammatical errors in the articles posted. I understand the need to feed the insatiability of your readers/audience but if you need to take more time to edit the articles and make sure they load properly and faster, by all means do that. We/at least I’ll still be here. Great job as always……..

  2. tatafo!

    February 13, 2010 at 5:01 pm

    Ify Aniebo won! Congratulations!

  3. wienna

    February 13, 2010 at 5:05 pm

    I’m loving Munachi…she’s increasingly becoming a fashionista. That’s what i like. She must have gotten some tips from her predecessor, Mowunmi Akinnifesi. Loving Mo’cheddah’s bold look too.

  4. Vicki

    February 13, 2010 at 5:06 pm

    Finally, I get to see detailed updates! As for Derenle, indeed in a league of his own.

  5. Razz

    February 13, 2010 at 5:11 pm

    Why does everyone look oily and shiny? And have they dropped the ‘Wear Green’ theme? There are more black clothes this year. And i can’t see Ebuka. Where’s he?

  6. Gennyz #1 fan

    February 13, 2010 at 5:53 pm

    Derenle should b captured and taken to mountain of fire for at least 7 days of intense prayers…homeboy needs deliverance!!! na so e dey start o!!! nxt thing u knw nw e don enter marketsquare! Err1 else looks fab sha!

  7. anon

    February 13, 2010 at 5:56 pm

    i must say that with the exception of a few people, the green carpet was exceedingly dull. was ugonna umeruo there? bet she bruuuung it. saw ifeoma williams as well…would’ve loved to see a photo of her here. noble igwe was ON POINT. it’s funny — i don’t see m(any) returnees. too fly for all this? LOL. last but not the least, i soooo wish munachi didn’t wear that silly necklace! no…just NO. super tacky. but her rihanna-esque dress is a 10! great job, mai atafo!

  8. anon

    February 13, 2010 at 6:06 pm

    and bella, i must commend you — your personality shone through a little in this write-up and i got to read YOUR personal opinion. it’s important that while one must try to be diplomatic in order not to alienate the folks one is writing about, one must also be honest to avoid appearing like he/she’s just regurgitating information.

    keep it up!

  9. anti-anon

    February 13, 2010 at 6:15 pm

    Anon, Returnees too fly for all this? You poor soul. No one takes them serious in serious society scenes like this where they can’t buy their way through tickets. Omowunmi and Sasha do it perfect by the way.

  10. Myne Whitman

    February 13, 2010 at 8:05 pm

    Great pics! Glad it was science that took the day.

  11. anon

    February 13, 2010 at 8:14 pm

    i was being sarcastic 🙂 WHOOOOOSA. and make no mistake about it, i know a bunch of returnees who are fly as heck and get INVITED to the most fabulous shows. it’s funny that’s there’s such a disparity! look at photos from events thrown by certain kinds of people…notice the divide? not sure that your “serious society” and “buy their way through” comments hold any water. i doubt any returnee was sitting at home feeling bad that they didn’t make it to TFA. puhhhleeeaze! and hey, a nigerian is a nigerian is a nigerian – returnee or not.

  12. anti-anon

    February 13, 2010 at 9:57 pm

    You were just being sarcastic? Then you went ahead and explained more? Oh please. Just listen to yourself. Returnee this. Social that. All vacuous.

    At least Ify Aniebo and Ifunanya Maduka are ‘returnees’ who have substance beyond getting invites to the opening of a jewellery shop on Ahmed Onibudo.

  13. Yes i said with it

    February 14, 2010 at 12:57 am

    I disagree with your statement “the best and the brightest Nigerian youth gathered at the MUSON Centre for the premier youth awards in Nigeria. “

  14. Yes i said with it

    February 14, 2010 at 1:12 am

    A lot of the ladies looked like hot messes.
    Funke Akindele you can do better than that awful make up and gold rose in your hair.
    Tosin Bucknor were you going for a church outreach program ni? Munachi obviously has Rihanna stamped all over her brain.
    Omowumi A????
    am feeling Stephanie & Ms.Adichie

  15. az in...

    February 14, 2010 at 1:37 am

    till next year again… wonder if I’ll get to win somethin

  16. krys

    February 14, 2010 at 2:40 am

    i loved mo’cheddahs all black, very sleek……..mai atafo, awesome designer but muna should NOT have worn de dress, her laps are fat, de style is for slim people…..omawumi lovely look as usual, jesse jags its not a farm retreat
    congrats to the winners

  17. tallchica

    February 14, 2010 at 3:56 am

    Weytin do Denrele? That is not a style statement luv…that is broadcasting psychoses (not one, plural). Full-stop.

  18. Bola #1

    February 14, 2010 at 7:27 am

    yo, mo chedda’s def doing her thing
    why is jesse jagz holding his coins???

  19. RedHot~

    February 14, 2010 at 8:02 am

    Bella, Banky needs to retire more than his Kangol hat. He needs to retire all hats, PERIOD. Also, that his 2002 ‘Craig David-sque shave has got to GO!

  20. dubaisands

    February 14, 2010 at 9:18 am

    dull, dull & duller collection. only Denrele’s shoes worth a mention.. more of a thought actually.. how he manages to walk in them? he has to be credited for that at least..

  21. hilda

    February 14, 2010 at 10:41 am

    some bad choices of fashion, how people think they look hot in such thrasher look, beats me. Asa looks nice, so is stephaine.

    WTF @ munachi, what’s that she has on……fashion i suppose. Rubbish.

  22. whatthepointreallyis

    February 14, 2010 at 2:06 pm

    The fashion might be good – or dull. But aren’t we missing the point. This was a night to celebrate youth. And the kind of young people that won shows me that these are youth indeed worth celebrating.

    I am proud of my generation.

  23. bibi

    February 14, 2010 at 4:46 pm

    stephanie okereke lookd d best
    funke akindele..luv ya gal but ur make up has to go….geez
    liked asas style……chimanda lookd nice nd simple
    denrele…hmmn…no comments…pls where does he shop sef..

  24. Olivia

    February 14, 2010 at 8:26 pm

    The best for me were Mo’Cheddah, Asa and Stephanie….Love the idea/concept behind the awards…I wish they had a formal dress code and designated stylists for the style-challenged….lol Some people looked like they escaped from ‘Aro’! Just saying

  25. sweetie

    February 14, 2010 at 9:15 pm

    stephanie = Best dressed
    ifunanya maduka= ???? dat dress is awful
    munachi= yummy
    obiwan= abeg pls kindly burn that coat cuz i cant call that thing suit…geez

  26. jd

    February 14, 2010 at 10:00 pm

    that is cos what most returness do is to go for underwear and cloth shop openings. lol. sike.

  27. Musa Salaudeen

    February 15, 2010 at 1:38 am

    Y is it that most of our celebrities lack style?this is painful because they wear what dsnt fit them at all::::The likes of Banky,Asa,D’banj,Omowunmi Akinnifes,Jessy,Mo’Chedda,Naeto C made me so proud bt what was MI thinking to dress like that,who ever gave him that idea to dress like that did very wrong,Funke got too much make up,Munachi with the short dress was wrong and can some one tell me what Uti was thinking to attend this kind of award looking like that.But that is just my own view,and I think all this guys should always consult a stylist before they step out of their house for a show like this,they are celebrities please in case u need some1 to remind them IS FUTURE AWARD for God sake you need to make sense.

  28. KK

    February 15, 2010 at 3:42 am

    it was a totorous going through these pics.
    However, i need to applaud Denrele.
    I will never wear what he wears but he has been consistent in his style and it takes loads of confidence.
    Since the days of Kese Jabari (Denrele used to model for him), he has remained loyal to this style of his.
    Hate him or love him, the dude deserves respect.
    He might be mad no doubt but even he himself thinks so.

  29. KK

    February 15, 2010 at 3:50 am

    typical Bellanaija hype.
    more like the “most popular of Nigerian youth gathered at the MOSUN Centre for the most publices youth awards in Nigeria”

  30. avari

    February 15, 2010 at 7:24 am

    that purple dress is on fire!!!!!! its hawt mehn…. i need to purchase the outfit!

  31. drealmccoy

    February 15, 2010 at 7:55 am

    dude, you can’t just say it like that! Have you seen his head??? Omo…the guy need the hats ooo!!

  32. fokasibe

    February 15, 2010 at 8:04 am

    ASA and BANKY W NAILED IT!!! Seriously, someone needs to restrain Denrele…really, brova needs help. Not even kidding. What rubbish?

  33. Tess

    February 15, 2010 at 8:21 am

    Thanks to Future Award organisers, I am proud of you.
    Meanwhile, does anybody know how I can contact Ifunanya Maduka
    (professional of the year)?

  34. duchess419

    February 15, 2010 at 8:40 am

    Nawa for all dem comments, but i have a question o, Denrele, WTH is that meant to be, shoes? Okay i agree he be a model abit, but please what does his mama and papa say to all dis fashion, is he alright, or he is somehow? I will never understand him and i pray no sons of mine to come shall ever take to this fashion extreme. But @ Rehot and Dubaisands, I agree o. Thanks Bella for the photos, also, i no dey agree with that win for Linda Ikeji at all, especially for style, what style again? Nway the rest of the young peeps are okay, props to Kevin, am sure he is living his dream, Riri (AKA) munachi, omo, i no dey even fit to open dis my mouth, WTF!!

  35. nonye

    February 15, 2010 at 9:02 am

    hmm my eyes hurt from lookin at some of these photos, some of my fav. pips let me down big time and heck am sick of denrele and his ridiculous style! when does he plan to stop? yuk!

  36. Nneka

    February 16, 2010 at 4:11 am

    Omawunmi always has a sultry facial expression that I like. I respect Denrele o…. those shoesssss. At least at this point you know what (not)to expect from him. A good coverage in pics. My fav (believe or not) was Denrele. Those were the only pictures I looked at the longest. Oh it’s nice to finally put a face to Cohbams beau…na real Ms. Fabulous 🙂

    Congrats to alll the winners and nominees!

  37. Terence Sambo

    February 17, 2010 at 12:56 pm

    Ok Dbang needs a stylist his obvious repetition of outfits is appaling, its ok to repurpose clothing not wear d exact stuff u’ve worn before if ur a celeb. Naeto C, always nattily clad, Adichie should lose her scarf lol….kiddin its her signature, love it. I’m glad the men are starting to be a bit more daring in their style…big ups to Denrele [for originality] who i think shld venture into design, we need a replacement for McQueen :o]

  38. ibinike

    February 17, 2010 at 4:45 pm

    Congrats to all the winners especially my broda Debola Lewis. The celebs all tried, but to remain relevant they need to invest in a makeup artist or stylist especially my girl, Funke Akindele. Derenle! my gawd! guy needs help, period.

  39. JennyB

    February 17, 2010 at 4:56 pm

    I think this Munachi was trying to copy that Onyinye Igwe babe that hosted the Future awards last year. I was @ d show last year – cant remember exactly what Onyinye wore, but i know it was an Asian inspired short dress that made her look soooo fab! Cant believe it was the same MAI guy that made Onyinye’s clothes that went on to put together this hot mess of an outfit for Muna…I pity the poor girl sha, she should hav said NO to the DAMN dress!
    eerrrm, whatever happened to that Onyinye babe…haven’t seen her on screen for a minute…that chic is tres HOT! I think she’s one of the best tv presenters we’ve ever had in naija…me thinks she should head to hollywood straight up b4 these naija low budget tv shows spoil her rep…lol

  40. Myne Whitman

    February 17, 2010 at 10:17 pm

    I love the dress by Munachi with large cap sleeves.

  41. Kenneth

    February 17, 2010 at 10:19 pm


    Send a mail to the organisers at [email protected]. Or check their website on They should be able to help you.


  42. bibbs

    February 18, 2010 at 3:22 am

    Bella i noticed uti from BBA3,Kevin and Geraldine from BBR,pls where is dat rural girl?d one dat claimed she has become a celeb even before she left d BBR house…Shame on her!!!nobody gave her an invite..Nneka abi Nkenna (EWU)

  43. fokasibe

    February 18, 2010 at 8:29 am

    Beef!!! Beef!!! Beef!!!!

  44. browncoco

    February 18, 2010 at 9:26 am

    goh derenle is irritating eeeeeewww

  45. pam

    February 18, 2010 at 8:45 pm

    people never stop do they.

  46. pam

    February 18, 2010 at 8:47 pm

    Love denrele…

  47. LiLiPut

    February 18, 2010 at 11:37 pm

    @JennyB that Onyiye chica is smoking right? I know! My brothers use to trip for her badly and i was thinking wats up with that, until i saw her myself and i went like ‘whoooow shez really good looking’.
    But i have to completely DISAGREE with u that Munachi copied her style. I think the designer man is to blame, point blank! Both ladies are sexy to the max (Onyiyez body rocks more though) so maybe the MAI guy was imagining d dress on onyiye rather than munachi hence the horrible mistake, LMAO 🙂

  48. BrownTan

    February 19, 2010 at 9:23 am

    Denerele or watever the hell ur name is, enough already! Abi kilode?
    Asa is hot hot hot like fire!!!!! Whoever said she’s a lesbo is a freaking haterrrrrrrr!!!!!! Pls tell me o Bella, which man wouldn’t fancy Asa right now?

    Watever the argument is between the munachi and onyinye issue is unecesary pls. U people should not go and begin an industry fight between 2 girls o! Anywhoo, i think Onyinye’s skin color pops like mad – i like the way she glows. It’s good we havent seen her in a while, i’m sure she’s got something up her sleeves. Better to stay away and do quality shows than be on TV every other day doing some tacky sh*t!

  49. Koskos

    February 20, 2010 at 7:54 pm

    But the craig david thingy has got to go!!! serious its disturbing. Trust me Banky u’d look better.

  50. Tasha

    February 21, 2010 at 10:05 am

    yup, that’s my girl. she’s on facebook…”funa maduka”
    and her dress is david tlale…delicious detailing, photo did not do it justice!

  51. bola

    February 25, 2010 at 3:35 pm

    munachi is going gaga with dress sense while am loving mo”cheddah hair

  52. Marilyn

    February 25, 2010 at 6:47 pm

    LOVING Omowunmi’s dress!

    You guys should check out this new Nigerian blog

    It’s real good stuff! Chao!


    September 9, 2010 at 6:21 am

    i real apriciate your pictures.

  54. susan ringo

    January 11, 2011 at 4:26 pm

    i real like them real both

  55. nelo1

    July 16, 2011 at 9:43 pm

    wow daz my cousin Funa Maduka kudos funa ur really an inspiration,,,keep up the good work thanks Oprah Winfrey 4 the dis great opportunity!!!…

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