Adama Salihu’s ‘Rent A Man’ Covers TW Magazine’s October Issue

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TW Magazine October issue features Adama Salihu’s Rent A Man .  TW Magazine is talking INDEPENDENCE this October and to this end, the cover girl Adama Salihu tells how you can rent a man!!!

The innovative entrepreneur behind Rent-A-Man, a service based initiative, talks to us about her new “baby” which aims to deal with the cumbersome task of handling unreliable workmen.

She also speaks exclusively to tw Magazine about not conforming to societal expectations, building a formidable brand and successful business in a male dominated territory, her faith and her journey.

The fashion editorial takes readers into nostalgic Nigeria featuring models in modern outfits shot against the backdrop of postcolonial structures; each adorning 8 period hairstyles inspired by the work of photographer J.D Okhai Ojeikere.

Top Nigerian stylist Veronica Odeka Ebie shows a practical girl’s guide to being a super stylish and work ready mum, while doing the school runs.

Veteran musician Ade Bantu talks staying relevant in a constantly changing music industry, his activism and why he has a problem with the musical genre “Afrobeats”.

Our independence edition is packed with the regular features; a package that’s not to be missed!

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Cover Credits
Photography: Chyder 5 Photography
Creative Direction & Styling: Favour Olugu
Make-up: Evelyn for Zaron Cosmetics
Models: LeRoy (Beth Models)

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