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Dolapo Oni & Saeon get their ‘Yokozuna’ On + Chats with Bovi, Ejiro Amos Tafiri & More on “The Marcy Project” Highlights



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It’s a double bill of excitement as we have highlights of 2 episode from Dolapo Oni‘s The Marcy Project!

The episode 7 we see Dolapo talk with one of Nigeria’s biggest comedians, Bovi who’s favourite body part is his nose and music sensation, Saeon who also showed us her Martial Arts skills. Along with Dolapo, we get to see them wrestle it in true Yokozuna fashion.

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Dolapo with Bovi

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Dolapo with Saeon

Check it out!

For episode 8, Dolapo chats with Nigerian womenswear designer, Ejiro Amos Tafiri and Ponmile Olawoye of Mi-Le and their experiences in the fashion industry.

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Dolapo with Ejiro Amos Tafiri

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Dolapo with Ponmile Olawoye

She also takes on another challenge as she puts on a uniform and serve it up at fast food restaurant – The Place in Lekki. Oh and by the way, she also chats with veteran rapper, Ja Rule.


To find out #WhatMarcyDidNext, stay tuned to Africa Magic Showcase (DSTV 151) this Saturday 25th July 2015 at 4PM Nigerian time/5PM CAT. You can watch the repeat of the show every Thursday at 5PM Nigerian time/6PM CAT on the same channel.

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  1. tai omo yoruba nimi

    July 23, 2015 at 7:38 pm

    dolapo nees to tone down her forced ‘phone’ accent albeit i really like her,she’s pretty and eloquent

  2. Omole

    July 23, 2015 at 10:54 pm

    Did you just type forced accent? Take several seats darling. For your information, Dolapo has spent more years living abroad than you have spent trying to learn how to use the Internet.

    • tai omo yoruba nimi

      July 24, 2015 at 12:28 am

      lol superior keyboard warrior that you are, i guess you’ve been using the internet since you were in your mama’s womb then but yeah the accent seems not 100% real to me,thats just what i think

  3. SA girl

    July 24, 2015 at 8:39 am

    I don’t know why people do this, to literally put on another groups ethnicity, customs and even skin color as a costume, that is cultural appropriation 101.

    We should know better because it happens to us as Africans all the time, all those hideous “tribal” inspired photo shoots in the fashion mags.
    The only way they can include in “high” is to bastardize, wear our culture and heritage as a costume while they continue to exclude black and other poc models.

  4. Jojo

    July 24, 2015 at 6:57 pm

    Regulate a free enterprise. I love your designs,, Does that mean you were given a license to operate? Hopefully the snippet does not potray a mis-understanding on my part

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