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#GetNaked2015! See Photos of Annie Idibia, Denrele Edun, Beverly Osu, Sharon Ojong & More

Adesola Ade-Unuigbe

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The official campaign photos for “Get Naked 2015” are here!

The annual creative humanitarian initiative was founded by SheiFunmi Nomia-Yusuf to create and sustain awareness about the risks of the HIV/AIDS disease issues associated with Mental Health with a goal to eradicate Stigma surrounding these major public and social health issues.

For the first time since its inception, instead of going physically naked, participants were encouraged to strip their souls and bare their emotions. Since its inception in 2012, every edition of ‘Get Naked’ campaign has a theme and tagline. Past editions had themes such as; Go “Bold” and “Bare”, “Be Brave” and “Protect Yourself!”. This year’s edition is themed “#WECARE”, focusing on giving back to the community through outreach and by spreading messages of Love, Hope & Care as well as support for people living with HIV/AIDS or any mental health disorder.

The 2015 edition of Get Naked features selected media personalities and young innovators such as; Annie Idibia, Denrele Edun, Beverly Osu, YCEE, Sharon Ojong, Vina, Hauwa Mukan, Nkem Onwudiwe, Efa Iwara, Chris D Razor, Kaylah Oniwo, Faith History, CVON, Tipsy, Funmi Fagbemi and more.

With Sunmisola Olorunnisola as the official photographer, Ngozi Zed-Eye as the creative director, Papa Oyeyemi as the Stylist and #GetNaked2015 Limited Edition Charity Clothing designed/produced by BODUN NG.

See the photos below.

Aisha Sanni Akin Faminu Am Music Artist Annie Idibia1-2 Beverly Osu Bigma Bolaji Ajayi Bolly Lomo Chris D Razor Cynthia CVON Deji Eniola EFA Music Artist Faith History Fola Tella Funmi Fagbemi - Godson Ukaegbu Hauwa Mukan Ifeanyi Okafor Jane Micheal Ekanem Jitey Peters Joan Ngomba Kaylah Oniwo Krystn Enem Lase Music Artist Linda Dominguez Lola Marcus Majorie Fiedler Myles Igwe-2 Papa Oyeyemi Phoenix Sammy Yakubu Shadow D' Don Sharon Ojong SHAYNE SheiFunmi Sumisola Olorunisola-2 Tebudiga Tewa Onasanya Tipsy Tokoyo James Vina Longpet YCEE Zeal Zed - Eye

Adesola is a BellaNaija editor and Voltron. Yes, things are that serious for her when it comes to BellaNaija.com.She's a lover of gist, novels, music and food. She's constantly trying not to take life for granted. She spends most of her time either keeping up with the world on the Internet or sharing some acquired knowledge about digital media.To communicate with her directly, you can hit her up on: Instagram - @adesola.au Twitter - @ThisConnectd

16 Comments

  1. Gates

    December 28, 2015 at 10:25 am

    Mtcheeew. I was expecting naked as in naked. Na joke oh!

  2. slut

    December 28, 2015 at 10:46 am

    Get naked!!!!!! and you guys are more clothed than emmanuel ikubuese, I was expecting to see some full frontal, back view or side view nudity. You all got my hormones jumping up for nothing. MTCHEWWWWWW

    • Udegbunam Chukwudi

      December 28, 2015 at 11:06 am

      LMAO. See fex!

  3. ATL's finest

    December 28, 2015 at 11:21 am

    Lmao! Campaign name gone wrong. First, it almost looked like a breast cancer awareness logo with a different color instead of pink. Second, great message but why Annie’s campaign shot always look weird like to me? First it was d cancer pix and now this ( as if she’s about to cry) lol

    • Ela

      December 28, 2015 at 2:39 pm

      Really thought same about Annie. That facial expression though!

  4. sharon hoejunk

    December 28, 2015 at 1:37 pm

    wayyy too many irrelevant ppl 🙁

    • Eliot

      December 28, 2015 at 6:45 pm

      No body is irrelevant, ,,,,,,,please talk sensibly

  5. Kemi Gateau

    December 28, 2015 at 1:48 pm

    Alleluia! Denrele didn’t open his mouth or try to scare us with his horrendous face expressions! I’m sure the team had a hard time controlling him. For once, it is good to see him look calm and serene. The others look plain and bland, I can’t even be bothered. The Jagaban crooner is a fine boy sha.

  6. Emperor Zues

    December 28, 2015 at 4:18 pm

    yeye pp. I tink say na better tin

  7. lili

    December 28, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    annie abeg go and advice your husband. msheeeeeeeee

  8. Hian

    December 28, 2015 at 10:10 pm

    Good mission, poor execution. Too many randoms in it. Why not get people who can make an active push using their platforms to benefit the cause? Then again…I suppose it’s hard to find popular people in Nigeria willing to selflessly dedicate themselves to something without money or extra fame involved. It’s fine that they’re not naked, but the styling is terrible. I like that people are their own individuals in the pictures, but the stylist should have just stopped some of these folks with their wrinkled shirts, logo on crotch and armpits caked with deodorant. Please get a better photographer next time. Someone who will focus on the quality of the images and not on photoshopping the hairs off bellies.

  9. June_too

    December 28, 2015 at 10:22 pm

    Everyone looks beaurriful. But this good ol’ belly button scare me for a nanosecond 🙂

    http://www.bellanaija.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Jitey-Peters-600×849.jpg

    This lady looks like a little kid – http://www.bellanaija.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Zed-Eye-1-600×849.jpg

  10. MJ

    December 29, 2015 at 12:52 am

    If they were actually naked you people would complain! Now they are like this you still complain! Nigerians!!!

  11. ENOUGH.

    December 29, 2015 at 2:44 am

    Why “Get NAKED”? It doesn’t matter whatever the organisers claim is the actual mission and intention of their campaign. The message sent at first glance (and majority of people/passersby do not have time to stop those they may see with the t-shirts and start questioning them, and the obvious, first line message of those words is what is gone away with) and subliminally, even after explanation of the actual intention, is indecent and immoral.

    Wasn’t it “Get(ting) Naked” that got those the organisers are supposedly campaigning for, in the predicament they now find themselves i.e. those living with HIV/AIDS?

    If the organisers want people to share their emotions, it doesn’t take too much effort to think up other slogans that cannot be immediately interpreted as indecency e.g. Reveal, Share, Reach Out/Reaching Out, This Is Me, Heart On Sleeve, The Real, Window To The Inside, Window To My Soul, Inside Out, etc, etc, etc.

    It is just too much with all this nudity everywhere, all the indecency and immorality; it is too much of all the clear, inarguable pornographic material masquerading as ‘music’ videos, all our young ladies degrading themselves, cheapening themselves, ‘dancing’ and performing acts and moves for all the entire world to see and recorded for posterity that you wonder if even prostitutes do in private; it is too much of all the pornography couched as ‘photo shoot’, as ‘art’, as ‘progress’, as ‘modernity’, as ‘civilised’ life.

    Is everything from the Western world good and to be copied blindly? Even in the absence of spirituality or a religious, moral code/guide, is everything in our cultural values rubbish, ‘backward’ and to be sneered at and hurriedly discarded in embarrassment?

    Women get naked, men get naked, husbands and wives get naked, all over social media, on magazine covers and inside the pages of magazines, on ‘fashion’ runways, on red carpets, exposing themselves, and it is called ‘celebrity’; when I was younger it (public nakedness of various degrees) was called something else i.e. madness, lunacy, insanity, and it was an instant passport and visa to a long stay at Aro.

    Now if you speak against such immorality and degrading and downfall of our society, you are the one who is called insane, foolish, uncivilised, backward, non-progressive.

    Today, in the Western world, so many are in a hurry and so thirsty to blindly copy, ‘civilisation’ is so advanced now, that it is now perfectly normal and legal for a man to marry an animal, for a woman to marry her dog, and for decades now, in a particular major European country, it has been legal to marry a dead person. Before we turn up our noses and scoff at them, and laugh in arrogance that Nigeria can never descend to such madness, please note that it is the very same path those nations trod to where they are, that you are treading now, and that the “madness” is already in your midst. The responsibility to take whatever measures necessary,no matter how drastic, to cure it permanently and end it, is ours, individually, and collectively.

  12. ENOUGH.

    December 29, 2015 at 3:15 am

    Why not “Getting Real”?

    Sooo many (better, and unambiguous, and decent) alternatives.

  13. RichyGame

    December 29, 2015 at 9:34 am

    I’d like to ask a question: Is there going to be an event or an outreach as stated herein? I know why I ask.

    2. Agreeing with @Eliot, nobody is irrelevant but I think there were too many people involved in the campaign (in mild agreeance with @sharon hoe[?]junk) which stretches the quality cap, IMO. Fewer people may have helped retain some finesse here and I may be wrong, but having so disparately set moods (of the personalities) seems to bench a central theme unless it was deliberate

    3. @Enough, 85/100%

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