We watched the beginning of the process of Toke’s Becoming and last week, we witnessed the emergence of a Queen. We also got pictures teasing us about upcoming and new albums as well as Nigerian representatives at huge international concerts. Save for the negligence of NYSC that brought us gloomy news of four deaths, last week was mostly entertaining.
See our top 10 photos from the past week below:
DJ Cuppy Otedola totally rocked last week during her performance at Elton John’s AIDS foundation party.
Have you seen the new face of Christmas cheer? A black-American Santa. Who doesn’t love?
The Future Awards Nominees list for this year was released last week and they had an amazing cover feature in ThisDay Style to go with it.
That’s a cross section of the over 700,000 attendees at this year’s The Experience. There’s absolutely no doubt that this is the biggest event on Nigeria’s socio-religious calendar.
Ifedolapo Oladepo was one of the three names on our lips last week as we mourned the deaths of youth corps members in three camps across Nigeria.
Ukeme Monday, also a first class graduate. Ukeme died in Zamfara this week.
Twenty-one bilateral agreements were signed last week between Nigeria and Kingdom of Morocco during the three-day official visit of the Moroccan King Mohammed VI to Nigeria.
Vector tha Viper has started to tease fans about his upcoming album, Lafiaji, which will drop on the 20th of December. This photo trended last week as one of his promo visuals for the upcoming album.
Bez Idakula finally released his 13-track album, Gbagyi, last week.
Toke Makinwa was every little bit of the Queen she has become all through last week. She went right from media personality to Queen Toke, author, inspirational and strong woman. Last week was the week Toke became, forget all the years that led to this.