Top 5 celebrities that made our week

April 16th, 2018 | by Doye Alaba
Top 5 celebrities that made our week
This past week was filled with an array of groundbreaking feats from some of our favourites celebrities from all over the world, too numerous to mention.

And from among these, we are happy to list the top 5 celebrities that, in our opinion, made this past week eventful and beautiful for Nigeria and the world.


In no order of preference or importance, we present:

1. Tuface Idibia

The top Nigerian musician Innocent Idibia, popularly known as Tuface or 2Baba and who once staged a campaign to call for good governance, declared his interest in politics earlier this week.

We are glad a celebrity we look up to has shown genuine concerns for the country and fans. We love you Tuface and we wish you the best in future political endeavours.


2. Akiin Shuga and Cobhams Asuqou

Akiin Shuga and Cobhams Asuquo made us proud. Shuga, a polio victim and an ambassador of National Rotary Polio, released a beautiful motivational song titled I Can Walk, about not giving up in the face of adversity. The proceeds from that song will be used to help in the eradication of polio in Nigeria. Cobhams co-wrote the song.

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We are glad prominent people in the country are not just talking about problems, but are taking action to make the world a better place. You can listen to the song here and use the link to download it from Sound Cloud.


3. Mo Abudu

One of the most powerful women in television who has inspired women to think out of the box and take on the world. Mo Abudu recently signed a TV deal with Sony Pictures and was just interviewed on CNN to give the world a sneak-peak on the female warrior project, The Dahomey Warriors, in which she will be collaborating with Sony Pictures. The Sony Collaboration is expected to bring to fruition three television series.

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Mo is a personification of women breaking glass ceilings, especially in the male-dominated entertainment sector. You inspire us.


4. Beyonce

For taking on the world as a mother, a wife, a fantastic singer and a performer make us feel we can have it all and even more. The sensational singer who just broke the record as the first coloured woman to headline Coachella in an amazing two hours performance that moved the world is something we all cannot help but be proud of.

Thanks for inspiring us, Queen Bey.


5. Oluwatobi Amusan

To many of us, Oluwatobi is a celebrity and an inspiration. This strong, beautiful and zealous woman brought gold to Nigeria. She broke a record by becoming the first Nigerian to win 100m hurdles gold, a feat she accomplished on Friday at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.

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