On 30th September 2014, they were elected into office in Warri as the Executive Committee of Nigeria Football Federation. On 30th September 2017, celebration in the house of a principal figure in the Committee in Lagos brought them together in an atmosphere of panache, warmth and laughter.

NFF 1st Vice President, Barr. Seyi Akinwunmi on Saturday gave out his daughter, Adebanke in marriage to Soromfechukwu Uzomah, at a gorgeous ceremony in Lagos. The day kicked off with the traditional wedding followed by the church service at Trinity House and a memorable reception at The Dorchester, close by Trinity House on Victoria Island, Lagos.

The Nigerian Football fraternity was fully represented. NFF President Amaju Pinnick, 2nd Vice President/LMC chairman Shehu Dikko, Executive Committee members Ibrahim Musa Gusau, Sunday Dele-Ajayi, Yusuf Ahmed ‘Fresh’, Chidi Ofo Okenwa, Sharif Rabiu Inuwa, Musa Duhu, Mohammed Alkali and Aisha Falode, LMC CEO Nduka Irabor and NFF Deputy General Secretary Emmanuel Ikpeme were joined by Communications and Protocol Directors Ademola Olajire and Tunde Aderibigbe.

There were also Chairman of the Lagos State Sports Commission, Mr. Ayodeji Tinubu (a former Member of the NFF Board), Members of Ogun State and Lagos State Executive Councils, former NFF Board Members Taiwo Ogunjobi and Ahmad Kawu, former NFF General Secretary Bolaji Ojo-Oba, Chairman of Club Owners Isaac Danladi, his secretary Jude Anyadufu, former Lagos State Director of Sports Kweku Tandoh, Radio Brila CEO Larry Izamoje, Members of the Lagos FA Board, Players’ Union scribe Austin Popo, foremost sports journalists and other football stakeholders.

An excited Pinnick said: “I am very happy for Barr. Seyi (Akinwunmi); it is a thing of joy to give out one’s son or daughter in marriage. The calibre of people I see here underscores the solidity of the unity of our football family.”

In three years, Pinnick’s Board has won six major trophies, including the FIFA U17 World Cup, two Women AFCON titles and the Africa U23 and Africa U20 men titles, plus Olympic men’s football bronze. There have also been capacity building programs for referees, coaches and administrators, extensive support for FIFA and CAF –sanctioned coaching license and referee courses, credible partnership agreements with leading corporates and a ringing voice and presence for Nigeria in international football politics.

Failure to qualify for successive AFCON finals in 2015 and 2017 and the U20 and U17 AFCON this year have been hard punches on the field of play, but Pinnick insists the Board’s vision of building a sustainable football culture and hard focus on youth development remain unshaken.

Election into the CAF Executive Committee, preceeded by appointment into the influential Organizing Committee for FIFA Competitions and followed by appointments into the CAF Emergency Committee and as President of AFCON, have amounted to a meteoric rise that has made Pinnick the highest –placed Nigerian football official in history.

Yet, the former Executive Chairman of Delta State Sports Commission told that the Board is not rolling out the drums yet, but working hard to ensure no stone is left unturned for eventual victory in Saturday’s all –important 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying showdown between the Super Eagles and Zambia’s Chipolopolo in Uyo. A win will see Nigeria book a ticket to football’s greatest showpiece in Russia next year summer.

“Every Board of the NFF has opportunity to qualify for the FIFA World Cup only once, as it happens every four years and the life of any Board is four years. We are so close to getting it and that is our big focus for now. All the drumming, singing and back –slapping can wait until the evening of Saturday.”


The Organizing Committee of the 2017 AITEO Cup on Thursday threw out Abia Angels of Umuahia from the competition after careful consideration of a protest lodged by Confluence Queens of Lokoja on player eligibility.

Head of AITEO Cup Competition, Emmanuel Adesanya, who conveyed the decision to, said the Umuahia –based Club has forfeited their slot in the semi finals, which will now be taken by Confluence Queens.

The Angels defeated the Queens 1-0 in their quarter –final, first leg in Umuahia and both teams fought out a 2-2 draw in the return leg in Lokoja

The disqualification means Confluence Queens will now proceed to Uyo to play Ibom Angels in the semi final, first leg on Saturday, before hosting the Ibom girls in Lokoja next Wednesday.

AITEO Cup: FC IfeanyiUbah, Rivers Angels headline semi final battles

The semi final, first leg matches of the 2017 AITEO Cup competition will take place on Saturday with Cup holders FC IfeanyiUbah (men) and Rivers Angels (women) eyeing spots in the grand finale with the firm intention of defending their crowns.

The Anambra Warriors are away to Niger Tornadoes at the Confluence Stadium, Lokoja but must be wary of a side that has not lost a match in the confluence city since moving home there two seasons ago.

Tornadoes bumped Nigeria Professional Football League champions Plateau United in the quarter –finals, winning 2-0 in Lokoja and leading by the same margin in Jos before the homers drew level in the second period.

The other semi final is between 2015 champions Akwa United FC of Uyo and Sunshine Stars of Akure, with the first leg setting the city of Ijebu-Ode on edge on Saturday.

In the women’s competition, champions Rivers United, who were given a good run by Edo Queens in the Round of 8 before winning on penalties after 180 minutes of scoreless action, tango with Bayelsa Queens in Nembe.

Ibom Angels, conquerors of Pelican Stars in the quarter –finals, host Confluence Queens, restored to the competition following a successful protest against Abia Angels, in Uyo.

AITEO Cup Semi Final Pairings (1st Leg)


Bayelsa Queens Vs Rivers Angels (Nembe)

Ibom Angels Vs Confluence Queens (Uyo)


Niger Tornadoes Vs FC IfeanyiUbah (Lokoja)

Sunshine United Vs Akwa United (Ijebu-Ode)

First leg matches: Saturday, 30th September 2017


AITEO Cup Semi Final Pairings (2nd Leg)


Rivers Angels Vs Bayelsa Queens (Port Harcourt)

Confluence Queens Vs Ibom Angels (Lokoja)


FC IfeanyiUbah Vs Niger Tornadoes (Nnewi)

Akwa United Vs Sunshine Stars (Uyo)

Second leg matches: Wednesday, 4th October 2017


AITEO Cup Quarter –Final Results

First leg matches


Bayelsa Queens 1-0 Nasarawa Amazons

Ibom Angels 1-0 Pelican Stars

Rivers Angels 0-0 Edo Queens

Abia Angels 1-0 Confluence Queens


Niger Tornadoes 2-0 Plateau United

Osun United 1-0 Sunshine United

FC IfeanyiUbah 3-0 ABS FC

Akwa United 7-0 Katsina United Feeders


Second leg matches



Nasarawa Amazons 1-0 Bayelsa Queens (Aggregate 1-1; 2-4 penalties)

Pelican Stars 0-0 Ibom Angels (Aggregate 0-1)

Edo Queens 0-0 Rivers Angels (Aggregate 0-0; 0-3 penalties)

Confluence Queens 2-2 Abia Angels (Aggregate 2-3)

* Abia Angels disqualified on ground of player ineligibility


Plateau United 2-2 Niger Tornadoes (Aggregate 2-4)

Sunshine United 3-1 Osun United (Aggregate 3-2)

ABS FC 0-1 FC IfeanyiUbah (Aggregate 0-4)

Katsina United Feeders 2-1 Akwa United (Aggregate 2-8)

AITEO Cup Round of 16 Results


Pelican Stars 1-1 FC Robo Queens

Confluence Queens 3-0 Sure Babes

Bayelsa Queens Feeders 1-3 Edo Queens

Rivers Angels 9-0 Ben Women FC

Sunshine Queens 0-0 Bayelsa Queens

Beautiful Tours 0-10 Nasarawa Amazons                       

Jokodolu Babes 0-0 Abia Angels

Osun Babes 1-1 Ibom Angels


FC Abuja 0-0 Niger Tornadoes

Akwa Starlets 1-2 Plateau United

Ngwa FC 1-3 Sunshine Stars

Osun United 2-1 El-Kanemi Babes

Unicem Rovers 0-1 ABS FC

Akwa United 5-1 Shooting Stars

Ekiti United 1-1 Katsina United Feeders

FC IfeanyiUbah 3-1 Heartland FC

Round of 16 Replays



FC Robo Queens 2-2 Pelican Stars (3-4 penalties)

Bayelsa Queens 5-1 Sunshine Queens

Abia Angels 3-0 (W/O) Jokodolu Babes

Ibom Angels 1-0 Osun Babes


Niger Tornadoes 1-0 FC Abuja

Katsina United Feeders 3-1 Ekiti United

AITEO Cup Round of 32 Results


Adamawa Queens 0-1 Edo Queens

FC Robo Queens 1-0 Delta Queens

Confluence Queens 3-0 (W/O) Invincible Queens

Beautiful Tours 3-1 Moje Queens

Rivers Angels 5-0 Delta Babes

Bayelsa Queens Feeders 4-0 Fortress Ladies

Pelican Stars 1-0 Young Talents 99

* Ben Women FC, Ibom Angels, Jokodolu Babes, Sure Babes, Sunshine Queens, Nasarawa Amazons, Osun Babes, Abia Angels and Bayelsa Queens were drawn bye into the Round of 16.


Sunshine Stars 4-2 Nasarawa United

Akwa United 4-2 Yobe Desert Stars

Osun United 0-0 Kwara United (4-3 penalties)

Niger Tornadoes 1-0 FC Atete

Ngwa FC 0-0 Lobi Stars (4-3 penalties)

Unicem Rovers 1-1 Rangers International (6-5 penalties)

Ekiti United 1-1 Abia Warriors (4-2 penalties)

FRSC FC 1-1 Heartland FC (4-5 penalties)

FC IfeanyiUbah Feeders 0-2 FC IfeanyiUbah

El-Kanemi Babes 1-1 Almar FC (4-2 penalties)

FC Abuja 2-0 Samba Kurna

Plateau United 1-0 Ede United

ABS FC 6-3 Adamawa United Feeders

Katsina United Feeders 1-1 Bayelsa United (4-3 penalties)

Akwa Starlets 4-2 Doma United

Delta Warriors 0-2 Shooting Stars

AITEO Cup Round of 64 Results

Ngwa FC (Ebonyi) 6-2 FC Galadima (Kebbi)

Heartland FC (Imo) 0-0 Insurance FC (Edo) (5-4 penalties)

Lobi Stars (Benue) 2-0 Katsina United (Katsina)

Katsina United Feeders (Katsina) 1-0 Aklosendi FC (Nasarawa)

Aitel FC (Taraba) 0-0 Unicem Rovers (Cross River) (3-5 penalties)

Mighty Jets FC (Plateau) 1-2 Sunshine Stars (Ondo)

Bayelsa United (Bayelsa) 3-0 (W/O) FC Zamfara (Zamfara)

Adamawa United Feeders (Adamawa) 2-1 Cynosure FC (Rivers)

Ede United (Osun) 2-0 Sakaba United FC (Kebbi)

FC IfeanyiUbah Feeders (Anambra) 2-1 Jigawa Golden Stars

Samba Kurna (Kano) 2-0 Wikki Tourists Feeders (Bauchi)

Ekiti United (Ekiti) 3-2 Dolphins FC (Kaduna)

Niger Tornadoes (Niger) 2-1 El-Kanemi Warriors (Borno)

Rivers United (Rivers) 0-0 FC Atete (Delta) (6-7 penalties)

Delta Warriors (Delta) 2-0 Ayade Babes (Cross River)

FC Yarmalight (Gombe) 1-3 FC IfeanyiUbah (Anambra)

Halfa FC (Jigawa) 1-3 Akwa United FC (Akwa Ibom)

Shooting Stars (Oyo) 3-1 Dynamite FC (Edo)

Kogi United (Kogi) 0-3 (Decision after abandonment) Rangers International (Enugu)

Nasarawa United (Nasarawa) 3-0 MFM FC (Lagos)

Niger Tornadoes Feeders (Niger) 1-4 FC Abuja (FCT)

Doma United (Gombe) 1-1 Adamawa United (Adamawa) (4-3 penalties)

Osun United (Osun) 2-0 Coal City Youths (Enugu)

FC Lokoja (Kogi) 0-2 El-Kanemi Babes (Borno)

Kwara United (Kwara) 4-0 Sokoto United (Sokoto)

Wikki Tourists (Bauchi) 1-2 Plateau United (Plateau)

ABS FC (Kwara) 2-1 Enyimba FC (Abia)

Yobe Desert Stars (Yobe) 1-1 Kano Pillars (Kano) (6-5 penalties)

Abia Warriors FC (Abia) 1-0 Crown FC (Oyo)

FRSC FC (FCT) 1-0 Potiskum Academy (Yobe)

Almar FC (Ogun) 0-0 Spartan FC (Lagos) (5-3 penalties)

Moyero FC (Ondo) 0-2 Akwa Starlets (Akwa Ibom)

AITEO Cup National Preliminaries Results

Minda FC (Benue) 1-3 Tornadoes Feeders (Niger)

Moyero FC (Ondo) 3-1 Fashmog FC (Ekiti)

Young Talent (Sokoto) 2-5 Halfa FC (Jigawa)

Ayade Babes (Cross River) 1-0 Lexington FC (Taraba)

Kaka FC (Kaduna) 0-0 Potiskum Academy (Yobe) (5-6 penalties)

FC Galadima (Kebbi) 1-1 Jarma FC (Zamfara) (5-4 penalties)

Sam Daddy FC (Imo) 0-2 Coal City FC (Enugu)

Spartan FC (Lagos) 3-1 JCTC FC (Ogun)

IfeanyiUbah Feeders (Nnewi) 2-2 Cynosure FC (Ebonyi) (4-3 penalties)

George Turnah (Bayelsa) 1-3 Ngwa FC (Ebonyi)


Graig-Philips a multimedia institute in Lagos recently showcased and premiered a creative theatrical works of people who participated in a one-month intensive free program organized by the institute at Cuba Libre Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos. With flash fiction becoming the trend in the creative industry, it was amazing to behold the stunning films which participants exhibited.

About 10 flash movies where showcased to the admiration of a fully-packed audience who applauded and could not hold back their emotions. The most striking of all the flashes that met the institute Standards was ‘THE TRAY’ Produced by Mercy a 19yrs girl. The story hinged on the dreams and aspiration of every hawker of becoming successful and making it in life acquiring all heart desires also. The five- minutes flash is a story of a young female hawker who envisioned herself going to Graig-Philips and graduating successfully, getting a good job, and driving a good car. Like every young lady finding love also. Finally waking up to realization of daily duties of hawking Bread with storyline ending ‘every street hawker has a dream that’s being weighed down by THE TRAY.’ The message of the movie passed across is that some less privileged and working young male and females have dreams and desires of having the best life has to offer and being like every successful person in the world, a good job, home, car and love. Other stories on the list were Unlawful Hands, Snapped, Blurred Lines, Premonition, Triangle, The Loop, Listen, Another Dark Night and One Dark Night.

The institute’s President, Longe Bankole-Phillips, said Graig Phillips College of Technology is a multimedia college poised to bring out the best in our youths. We are here to showcase our students who just finished their one-month intensive training on movie making and as well premiering about 10 short films they produced. We have been able to train about 100 students for free as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) to the nation.

         “This is the first time we are doing this, because we are pushing them out to the industry to create jobs and not look for jobs. They are thoroughly equipped and can do better in the industry out there. In one month, we are able to put together 15 short films that are researched-based; films that address core issues in the society. The quality is so excellent in terms of production. The movies were done within 5 to 7 minutes and the content ere all crafted to accommodate all of the 5 elements you have in a quality film that comprises educative, entertaining, revenue generation, and historical. The students are thought 70% practical and 30% theory. Here they stand to benefit more on the technicality required in the fields,”

-Longe Bankole said.

This event was packaged by Mike.O. Igbe, MD of Mic Dunamis Global Concepts which happens to be part of the current passing out student.



Hennessy Artistry 2017 roll-out continues this week with the final cipher of the year.

Following weeks of witnessing some of the biggest rappers in the game feed the internet with the hottest bars and punchlines, there is no better way to wrap up a cipher season than featuring the OG’s of the industry.

With the aim of honoring some of the individuals who have helped paved the way for today’s rappers, the Lyrical Legend team was created.  Consisting of Ruggedman, Dark Poet, Kunle Bello and Six-O, the MCs’ verses did well to prove that they have truly earned their sits at the table.

Ruggedman kicks things off with an energetic and compelling delivery over the production by DJ Factor. “Let me go in deep like a tongue in a fench kiss//When I take aim, I don’t miss” he begins. In his verse, he brags about his detest for ‘beefs’ and how he has stayed relevant over the years.

Next up is Kunle Bello, who brings a melodic flow and cadence to the forefront. He is shortly followed by Six O who drops lines about the exclusivity of their session.

Closing out the cypher is Dark Poet. “I’m the one who put Dynamite in the studio, so what?//Look at it this way, I’m giving them a chance to blow up//Gag them and choke they throats till they throw up//then invite them to a lyrical battle knowing they’ll never show up”

Click to watch full cypher video.

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A production company is casting for the following roles. Come along with a soft copy of your pictures and a monologue that best describe the character you want to be auditioned for.

Casting Call for the following roles:

·       4 Gorgeously dressed women (Tall and very beautiful)
·       Chief Yomi’s Caddy- (Early 20’s )
·       Otunba’s Driver – (Elderly man but not too old)
·       Man standing with Otunba (Middle Aged)
·       1st candidate (male) – interviewed for a job as cleaner(Mid 20’s)
·       2nd candidate (male) – interviewed for a job as cleaner(Mid 20’s)
·       3rd candidate (female) – interviewed for a job as cleaner(Mid 20’s)
·       4th candidate (female) – interviewed for a job as cleaner(Mid 20’s)
·       Slender sexy female – (Very Beautiful in her early 20’s)
·       Abigail’s Mother – (Elderly woman in her late 40’s)
·       3 workmen (look strong, playing a role as a plumber)
·       1 lackey (chuck’s worker) – (playing the role of a plumber)
·       workmen (plumbers)
·       Delivery boy(A young guy)
·       Interviewer – (Good looking lady in her mid-20’s)
·       Young man – (mid 30’s)
·       (7)Press – (Good looking female & male 25-35yrs)
·       (5)Photo Journalists (female & male 25-35yrs)
·       Jimi’s Lawyer – (have to look good in suit late 30’s)
·       Young Boy (20-25yrs)
·       Barman (25-30yrs)
·       Bar extras (34)
·       A pedestrian (female late 20’s)
·       A medic – (male early 30’s)
·       2 policemen – (middle aged men)
·       Restaurant extras (19)
·       police station extras (10)
·       Courtroom extras (30)
·       The groom’s lawyer – (have to look great in suit late 30’s)
·       Oscar’s Lawyer – (looks great in suit late 30’s)
·       Newscaster (video) – (male in late 20’s)
·       Maria (news correspondant – Video) – (young and beautiful in her late 20’s)
·       Mr Ojo’s Lawyer – (looks great in suit in late 30’s)
·       Suspect No. 1 (male) – (Very handsome late30’s)
·       Hospital extras (3)
·       2 Plumbers
·       Duke’s Caddy
·       Obinna’s Lawyer (look great in suit late 30’s)
·       Club extras (20)
·       Waitress – (20-28yrs)
·       Extras at the Judge Fayemi’s chamber (3)



Audition 10am – 4pm 29th Saturday Sept. & Monday 10am – 5pm 2nd October, 2017 @ Mic Dunamis, 2nd floor, 156, Awolowo Way, by Dipeolu Street, Allen Junction, Ikeja.




Tel. 0805479098/08157714925/07034582934


He is known as Shola Majeed. And he has been around for a while now doing his thing.

Shola Majeed has worked with notable artists like Sunny Neji and he performs at concerts all over Nigeria and outside Nigeria.

To download and listen to his beautiful songs, click on the link below :

Enjoy! And please share.

🎤🎻🎹🎷🎺📯🎸 It’s show time naija!




Since its inception, the Hennessy Cypher has given hip-hop fans alot to talk about.

This year, six teams were created to include Unstoppable Rebels, Gidi Gang, Kings Quest, VS Class Alumni, Lyrical Legends and the first ever FEMCee team – Femme Fatal.

Kicking off the session is Unstoppable Rebels, led by the King of The South, Yung6ix. His squad members are Wale Turner, Tegagat, Stage1ne and Payper.​

Over production by DJ Factor, the MC’s proves that they never stop, never settle as they drop unforgettable bars that stirs the session in a direction, making this season the most competitive ever recorded.

Stage1ne kicks off strong with some bragging lines new bars to make these old rappers retire, make your squad cease fire, Sango flow, I dey spit fire…”.

Next up is Wale Turner, who drops the hottest indigenous bars causing a rave among his team mates. He is closely followed by Payper and Tega who do a good job of not dropping the ball.

Wrapping up is Yung6ix who gives a dramatic spirited performance of his own. The “Respeck on my name” rapper owns the mic, dropping several punch lines in his verse. “…6 on my back while I’m balling n*gga, steady looking like I’m Pogba” he spits.

Click on the link to watch full cypher video

Stay locked for the rest of the Hennessy Cypher 2017 featuring Vector, Muna, RuggedMan, Pastor J, Falz and others.

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Nmezi Chukwuneye Emmanuel Peter (born oct 10, 1991) better known by his stage name SMILLING is a Nigerian Afro/Hip-hop recording artist, record producer, photomodel and entrepreneur. The Owerri City raised artist is also an entrepreneur through his company, Smilling -a talent management, media marketing and brand consulting company.
His musical career began in 2007 with his debut OBI-wu-Akpa which received good airplay in Nigeria. At the age of 17, he met KCEE (@iam_kcee) through Star Quest talent reality show, who supported him to stay in Lagos city. He later moved to Lagos in 2011 to pursue his music career and education.
In 2012, as a rapper, he was among the 32 finalists of  I’ve Got Talent, a talent hunt reality television show organized by popular Nkiru Sylvanus ( @nkirusylvanus) through Face of Hope Organization, which was aired nation wide and globally for a 7 Million naira winners’ prize through voting.
SMILLING released an EP album OBI-WU-AKPA (2012) . His OBI-WU-AKPA single received massive success on Naijaloaded, a Nigerian music website, with a Lagos City tour , made him even more known with an expanded fan base.Since then he has not relented effort in his career which he so much cherished. This time he has come up with another bang to thrill his fans.


Danjuma invites 30 Falconets ahead clash with Tanzania

Newly –installed Head Coach of Nigeria U20 Women National Team, Falconets, Chris Danjuma on Tuesday rolled out a list of 30 players who have been invited to the team camp in Abuja ahead of next month’s FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup qualifying fixture against Tanzania.

Two –time FIFA World Cup runners –up Falconets will entertain their Tanzanian counterparts in Nigeria on 16th September, with both teams to conclude the first round fixture on 30th September in Dar es Salaam.

Midfield stalwarts Joy Bokiri and Cynthia Aku, and star forward Rasheedat Ajibade are among the players who have been instructed to report at the Serob Legacy Hotel, Wuye, Abuja on Wednesday, 23rd August 2017 with their training kits, original birth certificates and international passports.


Monle Omini (Abia Angels); Tola Adeniyi (Sunshine Queens); Chioma Okoye (Sa’adatu Amazons); Chiamaka Nnadozie (Rivers Angels); Nelly Ekeh (Pelican Stars); Blessing Ezekiel (Rivers Angels); Margaret Etim (Delta Queens); Oluwakemi Famuditi (Confluence Queens); Gloria Ogbonna (Ibom Angels); Joy Duru (Nasarawa Amazons); Feyintola Mabokanje (FC Robo Queens); Florence Alexander (Sunshine Queens); Juliet Iorliam (Nasarawa Amazons); Kikelomo Odueke (Edo Queens); Joy Bokiri (Bayelsa Queens); Bola Oladiti (Confluence Queens); Josephine Queens (Nasarawa Amazons); Lilian Tule (Bayelsa Queens); Christy Uchebe (Nasarawa Amazons); Blessing Onoriose (Bayelsa Queens); Adebisi Saheed (Delta Queens); Helen Ugar (Pelican Stars); Uche Udefo (Edo Queens); Rasheedat Ajibade (FC Robo Queens); Charity Reuben (Ibom Angels); Chinyere Igbomalu (Nasarawa Queens); Doosima Tarnum (Adamawa Queens); Cynthia Aku (Rivers Angels); Mariam Abdulrasheed (Confluence Queens); Anam Imo (Nasarawa Amazons)



LuLu Lingerie Limited is a Nigerian wholesale distributor and retailer of multi-brand underwear, sleepwear and intimate apparel. The franchise owned by ex -international Supermodel, Oluchi Orlandi has direct authorization from renowned global brands as a reseller and wholesale distributor in Nigeria.

According to Oluchi, the brands on display at the LuLu store all focus on quality undergarments tailored to fit and adorn the bodies of West African men and women. Some of the popular brands available at the Lulu store include Hanes, Bali, Just My Size, L’eggs, Playtex, Wonderbra, Shock Absorber and Maidenform.

The store which has been successfully running two outlets in Abuja and Enugu is now set to open in Lagos with complimentary services such as bra fittings and product education for each brand represented in the store.

Other exclusive services and features of the new store include custom-made fixtures and fittings, spacious dressing rooms and projection installation for exclusive brands.

The Lagos store located in The Palms Mall, Lekki will have its grand opening on  Sunday, 27th of August 2017.

On this day, this store will be officially open for business, welcoming everyone to enjoy the complete LuLuLingerie experience.