By Niyi Tabiti
Mark Zuckerberg the founder of fast growing social networking site, Facebook needs to have his name in the English dictionary. Better still, it should replace the world 'fantastic'. I bet you will agree with gistmaster if you measure the level of successes recorded by the IT billionaire within the last few years of starting his addictive site- facebook
Mark who is estimated by Forbes world richest billionaire list to be worth 4 Billion Dollars is already working his way into new areas and by the time he is done, Mark says he would have successfully captured 1 Billion users of Facebook globally.At the moment, the site is estimated to have about 500 million users.To achieve this, gistmaster gathered that he must be also be a dominant player in Russia and the far East such as South Korea, Japan and China.
Born about 26 years old, the young American businessman is regarded as one of the most influential media channels around the world. He is also a self made billionaire.At the moment,Facebook.com ranked second in the world as the most visited daily website around the world, with google.com coming first.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria (Lets forgive those those who call them super chickens) may not have had a superb performance at the on going FIFA World Cup in South Africa but we are proud that our fashion idols are also going there to prove point this month.
Deola Sagoe, a creative and widely acknowledged fashion icon would be doing us proud as the Africa Fashion Week kicks off on 30 June 2010 at Sandton Convention Centre,Johannesburg, South Africa.
Deola is fresh from the New York fashion week and all eyes would be on her when gets to showcasing her designs at on the runway in Sandton.
Gistmaster gathered that Ituen Basi is also another Nigerian upscale designer that would be at the Africa Fashion Week 2010.She is known for her creative, timeless elegance with a contemporary twist designs.Ituen was at the 2009 edition.The third designer coming from Nigeria is Bunmi Koko.Though based in the UK, Bunmi combines a powerful collection of works that is a fusion of the Nigerian and scottish heritage that is rich in style.She would be attending the Fashion week for the first time.
Last year, Lanre Da Silva Ajayi of LDI, Tiffany Amber (owned by Folake Akindele Coker),Odion Mimoment (owned by Odio Oseni) and others dazzled the world with their Haute couture collection. In 2009, the Africa fashion week was a collaboration between Arise Magazine (Thisday Newspapers) and Africa Fashion International.
gistmaster that the two organizations decided that they could not work together (at least for now).
Photo 1:Shows a model for Deola Sagoe's House of Odua.