Chimamanda Adichie’s Chivalry Comments: why it is time to stop idolizing this Nigerian novelist

When an athlete gets signed to a professional team, we focus on his or her skills/expertise and rarely expect to hear such athlete’s opinions on sociopolitical issues. The same holds for musicians, and other creatives. In fact, many get upset when these aforementioned personalities air their sociopolitical views. In contrast, when a famous Nigerian novelist …

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Football Icon George Weah Sworn in as President, Read and Watch his Inauguration Speech

Ladybrille Magazine congratulates the Republic of Liberia, and its citizens for the successful inauguration of their new President, football icon, George Weah. Ladybrille is a proud supporter of the positive works of Liberians including that of our Ladybrille alums of Liberian heritage: Chioma Amegashie, Korto Momolu, Saran Kaba Jones, Maimah Karmo, and our current ‘Woman of …

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Luvvie Ajayi is Voice-over for Nike’s Profile of Simi Adeagbo, the First African Woman to Compete in ‘Skeleton’ at the Winter Olympics

Ladybrille Woman Alum Luvvie Ajayi is the voiceover for Nike campaign titled ‘Forever First,’ which profiles the first woman skeleton athlete from Africa, Simi Adeagbo. Ajayi recently took to her social media page to share her excitement on being a voice-over. “My TED Talk is about being the first domino that falls inspiring others to …

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Beats by Dre Presents Nigeria’s Bobsled Team in New Campaign ‘Above the Noise’

In November of 2017, we shared the story of the Nigerian women’s bobsled team competing, for the first time, in the winter Olympics. Since then, the trio of Seun Adigun, Akuoma Omeoga, and Ngozi Onwumere have continued to gain attention and making global headlines. A recent and commendable recogntion of these rising stars is their …