- Nigerian lady, Nikki Ogunnaike, joins top international magazine as deputy fashion director
- The talented fashionista who was formerly a style director at Elle joined another Nigerian to lead the fashion department at GQ magazine
- Excited about her new role, she announced it on Instagram and cheered to new beginnings
Nikki Ogunnaike who was formerly the style director for top international fashion brand, Elle, has become the deputy fashion director for GQ (Gentlemen's Quarterly) magazine. In a recent post, the fashion expert announced her new role and cheered to new beginnings.
Ogunnaike is to report to the fashion director, Mobalaji Dawodu, another Nigeria who is leading the fashion department at GQ. Before emerging as deputy fashion director for GQ, Ogunnaike was known as the go-to style expert for over 25 million users of the largest fashion and beauty magazine website.
GQ is an international monthly men's magazine based in New York City, founded in 1931. It has catered to the fashion, style and culture of men for many decades and remains one of the topmost international magazine for men.
It is no wonder Ogunnaike is excited about her new role and has stylishy announced it on her verified instagram page.
Meanwhile, 15-year-old Adom Appiah not only boasts of the title of author but is also the founder of Ball4Good, a nonprofit organisation supporting communities through sports.
The teenager recently won a young hero award and a cash prize of N3.6 million to support the activities of his organisation which he began when he was 12.
His organisation began as a 7th grade project, which Appiah thought to bring together local and celebrity athletes to play ball and in essence, raise money for local communities.
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