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Godwin C. Nwaogwugwu

A Syndicated Nigerian

As Featured On Ezine Articles

 

ImoOnline Opens Training Center for Youths In Nigeria

 

Our Youth Columnists

Meet Ronica on 'This Day N Age' (Nigeria)
 
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Chinazo Okoli Healthy Wealthy (Nigeria)
 

Interviews

 
Why The 'Youth Talent Awards' Was Suspended in Nigeria

- Godwin Nwaogwugwu (GeeCee)

Exclusive interview on what happened to the 'TalentHouse Program' in USA, and why the Youth talent Awards was suspended in Nigeria Read Interview:

 
Women Are Not My Problem —Segun Arinze

They call him Black Arrow of the Nigeria Movie industry but Segun Arinze, a Theatre act graduate, actually have his hands spread across the various spectrum of the Nigerian entertainment industry. He speaks on his art career and broken relationship in this exclusive interview with Richard Eghaghe. Excerpt:

 
My struggles against male domination –Lady Cobbler

 I say to myself, ‘what if I can make things better for my children and children’s children, why sit on the sideline and say the terrain is not right?’ One just has to do what one has to do.
By Clara Nwachukwu

 
Stardom Makes Me Live Fake Life –Toyin Aimaku

Toyin Aimaku is one Nollywood actress rising gradually to the top of the movie industry, especially in the Yoruba genre. Interview  By Nonye Iwuagwu

 
If  I See Mr. Right, I'll Go For Him –Queen Onokalu

Queen Onokalu is a fast rising singer. She came on board early in 2000 and has gradually carved a niche for herself. By ‘Nonye Iwuagwu

 
Why I dumped banking in the US for music in Nigeria – Uchenna Aguiyi - Ironsi’s grandchild

By Olusola Fabiyi,
 

Jessica Biel

 

Mary J. Blige

 

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On December 10, 2005 ImoOnline co-hosted a youth talent award at Modotels, Owerri, Imo State Nigeria. Photo gallery below

     

X-vibes & Honey Dolls (Best Over-all)

Tona-Sledge, Mc Dee & Yaada (best Gospel)

Ella (Best Fashion Model)

     

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Interview: Why We Suspended The Youth Talent Awards In Nigeria

     

Munachi Abii, Representing Imo State is Most Beautiful Girl In Nigeria, (MBGN)  2007

 

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Zuleyka Rivera

 

Tyra Banks

 

Scene from Owerri'05

Scene from Owerri'05

 

 

Nigerian Stars

Stephanie Okereke (Actress)

Omotola Jolade (Actress)

Agbani Darego (Miss World 2003)

2-Face Idibia (Musician)

Peter  & Paul Okoye (P-Sqaure)

Kanu Nwankwo (Soccer Icon)

 Jay-Jay Okocha (Soccer Icon)

   
 
   

 

Oluchi Onweagba's  And Agbani Darego's  Success,  Luck or Destiny?

 

Super-Model Oluchi Onweagba

Oluchi Onweagba was born at Lagos. Her father was a civil servant, and her mother a nurse. Oluchi grew up in the suburbs of Lagos with her two brothers and sisters, where she hawked fruits on the street to help augment her family's income. At age 16, despite her ignorance towards fashion and modeling, Oluchi accepted a friend of her family’s urging her to compete in the 1998 M-Net's 'Face of Africa' competition. She won that contest and played in the film "After The Sunset". Elite Models Management awarded her a three-year modeling contract which sent her to the top of the fashion industry and she quickly became one of the most sought after models.

Oluchi has become a true icon proudly representing her Africa in the international fashion industry. She has graced the covers of Italian Vogue, I-D, Elle, Untold, Surface and also featured in Nylon, Marie Claire, Allure, and Vogue in a variety of different languages. Furthermore, Oluchi became the face of the campaigns for Gianfranco Ferre, Victoria’s Secret, Gap, Express, Banana Republic, and Ann Taylor. She has also worked as a runway model with such big names as John Galliano, Christian Dior, Costume National, Chanel, and Giorgio Armanie, etc. Oluchi is more than just a pretty face. Her remarkable humility and friendly disposition endears her to almost everyone. She knows that beauty and pretty face will someday fade away so She's currently pursuing an associate’s degree.

Oluchi's success from 'street to stardom' has been a source of inspiration to many young Nigerian girls. But Oluchi's success is not by accident. She is a well-raised child who appreciates her humble background and continues to carry her success with humility and Obedience to God.

 

 


Agbani Darego Miss World 2001

Nigerian-born Agbani Darego was a 19-year-old Computer student at the University of Port Harcourt when she competed for the 'Most Beautiful Girl In Nigeria'. She finished as a runner-up. But a scandal rocked the contest when it was learnt that the supposed winner Valerie Ama Peterside lied about her age and educational attainment. She was stripped of her title. So Agbani Darego was tasked to fill in the vacant position and represented Nigeria at the Miss Universe Pageant.

Exuding grace and unique beauty, Agbani dazzeled everyone and eventually won the hearts of many observers. When the finals night came in she was one of the ten finalists. Such feat was almost an equivalent of winning the title because Nigeria had never seen her ladies reaching this far.

But Agbani did not give up as she went on to contest the Miss World contest. With a very elegant lime green dress, her towering figure was a huge plus that night. The gown she used was a far better choice than what she used at Miss Universe. She went on to win the Miss World Contest. Her victory instantly swept the country bringing pride to Nigeria and Africa.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Results Of Previous Voting

 

Favorite Nigerian TalentHouse Model 2005?

Nkee (winner)

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Genevieve Nnaji VS Regina Askia, who is sexier?

Nnaji (38%)

Askia (62%)

 

Who is your favorite: P-Square  or 2-Face?

PSquare (42%)

2-Face (58%)

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Agbani Darego (Miss World )

Super Model Oluchi Onwegba

 

 

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Show Production Crew

 
(1). Mr. G . C. Nwaogwugwu - Chief Financier
(2). TalentHouse, USA - Producers
(3). Ms. Betterstill C. Chukwu - Marketing Coordinator
(4). Ms. Ada Okey (NTA, Owerri) - Show Presenter
(5). Mr. John Isiodu (NTA, Owerri) - Lead Choreographer/ Rehearsals
(6). Ms. Princess Chukwu - Judge
(7). Mrs. Nmachi (NTA, Owerri) - Rehearsals/ Judge
(8). Ms. Stella Nwokejiegbe - Fashion Show Trainer/ Coordinator
(9). Ms. KayCee Onyegbadue (Imo State University) - Fashion Show Commentator
(10). Ms. Ozodi Onyegbadue (Imo State University) - Fashion Show Commentator
(11). Mr. Ben (Ministry Of Arts And Culture) - Media jingles and Auditions
(12). Ms. Lilly - Auditions
(13). Ms. Linda - Auditions
(14). Mr. Victor Obasi/ Ms. Amaka Otisi/ Nnamdi Iroakazi - Pre Show Promotions/ Advertisements
(15). Ms. Rita Ibeka - Administrative Support/ Sales
(16). Ms. Joyce Unegbu (IBC, Owerri) - Pre-show Media support
(17). DJ Lee - Music Entertainment (Live Band, DJ, and Video)
(18). Mountain & Eze - Logistics and Support
(19). ExposureWorld Communications Services, Owerri - Ticket Sales/ Multimedia Development
(20). ImoOnline Project - Website Hosting/ Online voting