Survivors talks about beating breast cancer
12 October 2019 | 7:00 pm
In 1985, Breast Cancer Awareness Month was founded. Almost 34 years later, it has become a cultural phenomenon. Guardian Life Magazine caught up with three breast cancer survivors, Mrs Kehinde Gbelee, Mrs Ebunola Anozie and Della Ogunyele.
The friendship between Temi Ami-Williams and Cynthia Ebijie is reminiscent of their on-screen characters, the sister's Rosa Temi Ami-Williams and Grace Cynthia Ebijie in the film Eyimofe. Two sisters struggling to survive the harsh realities of Nigeria, all they have is themselves and their hope for a better future by seeking greener pastures. The characters of Rosa and Grace as sisters have obviously transcended beyond the screens to reality.
In a quick chat with The Guardian Life, Emanuella Samuel popularly known as Emanuella, talks about winning the Nickelodeon's Favorite African Social Media Award, buying a house for her parents, and plans for the future in entertainment.
The Academy Awards looked different this year: The red carpet was hemmed, and the after-parties were cut. The ceremony was held almost two months later than usual, at an in-person event split between the Dolby Theater in Hollywood and Union Station in downtown Los Angeles. Nevertheless, history was made at the prestigious award ceremony. Here is a rundown of major historic moments from the 2021 Oscars.
EYIMOFE is a story of two people’s quest for what they believe will be a better life in Europe. One of those aforementioned two is the hairdresser and bartender Roda, played by Temi Ami-Williams who, in this video clip, drops a few reasons why you MUST see this award-winning film that has changed the way the global film community now views Nigerian productions. The Guardian Life caught up with the "Eyimofe" actress for rapid-fire questions.
In this report, Jacqueline Ogor tells us more about how medical experts are helping to manage to Lupus as the world marks Lupus day
For someone who started his career as a central defender, it is truly remarkable how much Onyinye Wilfred Ndidi has revolutionised his game while excelling in his new position as a midfielder. The international football star sat down for a chat with GuardianLife Magazine, an insert of the Guardian Life Magazine and he spoke about a range of issues. Book a copy of tomorrow's issue.
Nigerian singer Bella Shmurda has just released his highly anticipated EP “High Tension 2.0” and in an exclusive with The Guardian Life, he says fans can expect a “better Bella” from the body of work!
Nigerian singer Bella Shmurda in a recent sit down with The Guardian Life has called on establish entertainers to educate upcoming artists about what is needed to survive in the Nigerian music industry.
Singer Bella Shmurda sat down with The Guardian Life for rapid-fire questions. Enjoy!
The beauty we have all seen on our screen, ‘King of Boys’, has left us wanting more and this is the reason we have King of Boys: The Return of the King. King of Boys: The return of The King has not been a walk in the park, it is filled with people’s sweat, dedication, talent, sleepless nights and much more.
Passion, talent, determination, and perseverance are attributes that make successful people. Sefi Atta, Kunle Afolayan, and Ijeoma Grace Agu have combined these four attributes to tell a story that keeps history alive. Get a copy of tomorrow's issue of Guardian Life Magazine, an insert of The Guardian Nigeria as the three talk about preserving culture and history with "Swallow."
As the world marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we examine the rising rates of breast cancer in Nigeria, Uganda and Malawi. Lifesaving information is often scarce and many patients lack access to adequate treatment.
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Several people were killed and at least 140 injured in clashes between soldiers and protesters after Sudan's military seized power. The UN Security Council is set to hold an emergency meeting to discuss the crisis.
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Military vehicles patrol a street in Khartoum as Sudan's top general declares a state of emergency, dissolves the authorities leading the country's democratic transition, and announces the formation of a new government. Soldiers have also detained civilian leaders in what activists denounce as a "coup".
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Sudan's top general Abdel Fattah al-Burhan said on Tuesday (October 26) that the military agreed to a number of initiatives suggested by prime minister Abdalla Hamdok but civilian forces refused to engage in any dialogue. Speaking at his first news conference since he announced Monday's takeover, Burhan defended the army's seizure of power, saying he had ousted the government of Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok to avoid civil war. Soldiers arrested the prime minister and other members of his cabinet on Monday (October 25), and hours later Burhan appeared on TV to announce the dissolution of the Sovereign Council, a body set up to share power between the military and civilians.
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It has been two and half years since Sudanese protesters peacefully overthrew their dictator Omar al-Bashir in a jubilant moment for Sudan. But the path to democracy has not run smoothly. Infighting has plagued the country's joint military-civilian coalition and steep price rises have shaken people's faith in their leaders. For weeks, rumours had swirled of a coup d'état. This Monday morning, it happened: Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok was arrested and military chief Abdel Fattah al-Burhan appeared on television, declaring a state of emergency and dissolving the country's ruling body. Is this the death knell for Sudan's revolution? Or will the military's actions breathe new life into the protest movement?