YW COVERSTAR: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH EBANGHA NJANG.

She can easily be confused for a model with her striking looks and her signature androgynous fabulous style. So…are these some of the factors that make Ebangha Njang standout? It was her media presence that first caught my attention. On Facebook and Twitter, she was always going hard, promoting Cameroonian artists. It was really refreshing to see the love and support she was pouring into the Cameroon music industry. How could one not notice? Around the time we were gearing up for our next Coverstar feature, I received a message from Ebangha “Hello I’ve been following your blog for a while now. I think y’all amazing.” At that moment, I felt she was a genie and had just granted my wish because little did she know that she was at the top of the few people we had in mind to be featured on the next cover. We immediately took that as a sign and violà! YW’s latest coverstar. Yvonne Ebangha Njang was born and raised in Douala and Edéa respectively. Her dad( who worked with the Ministry of Agriculture) and her mum( a Housewife), instilled discipline and the fear of God in her and five siblings at very young ages. Being a close knit family, her childhood was filled with fun family times, including relaxing by the River Sanaga, watching favourite cartoons and attending church on Sundays. That makes for an exciting childhood, doesn’t it? But it wasn’t exactly the same when it came to her teenage years. “My teenage years didn’t mean much to me honestly. I know it’s hard to believe lol but i was a...
MUSIC VIDEO:MIMI BAYA KEEPS IT SIMPLE AND BEAUTIFUL IN LATEST VIDEO.

MUSIC VIDEO:MIMI BAYA KEEPS IT SIMPLE AND BEAUTIFUL IN LATEST VIDEO.

The video for Mimi Baya’s latest single ‘Simple’ is out. In it, the Cameroonian singer keeps it simple and beautiful in a ‘girl-next-door’ setting we can all relate to. A beautiful collaboration with General Toxzik, the video also features some Cameroonian celebrities including TV presenter and blogger Joan Ngomba. The beats…simple The lyrics…simple The video…simple I love the...
ANYI ASONGANYI OF OZI INTERNATIONAL CELEBRATES 10 YEARS IN BUSINESS.

ANYI ASONGANYI OF OZI INTERNATIONAL CELEBRATES 10 YEARS IN BUSINESS.

We all know running a business isn’t the easiest job in the world, so when anyone in business hits the big 10, we all take a moment and applaud. Today we applaud Anyi Asonganyi who celebrates 10 years as founder of Ozi International, a Fashion and Beauty company based in Douala, Cameroon.   10 years from now, make sure you can say that you chose your life, you didn’t settle for it. It has been 10 years of measurable progress; Progress, not perfection.10 years of making an impact.10 years of Entrepreneurship.The secret to getting ahead is getting started; 10 years gone and we are just getting started.Walk with us. Enjoy our journey, it’s flowing with #MilkAndHoney These are the stunning pictures the Cameroonian Fashion and Beauty entrepreneur unveiled on Instagram earlier today. Wishing this super boss lady many years of...
YW COVERSTAR: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH JOAN NGOMBA…PART TWO.

YW COVERSTAR: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH JOAN NGOMBA…PART TWO.

                                               PART TWO.  YW Thanks Joan for granting YW this interview. Please introduce yourself to the readers. Who’s Joan Ngomba? JN The pleasure is all mine Yenih. My name is Joan Ngomba. I’m a Media Personality in Cameroon. I’m founder of www.dcodedtv.com and producer/host of an upcoming urban entertainment TV show called DCODED TV Show. Both platforms are created to promote and celebrate entertainment and entertainers in/from Cameroon. YW You said media was never in your plans. You studied History and Archaeology at the University of Buea. What were your career plans? JN I wanted to be a historian. I love history and how I use it to tell stories or solve today’s problems. But when I left UB, my dreams changed. I was hit with a tragedy that changed my life plans. I just found myself loving and aspiring to be into media. YW You moved to Nigeria after a very sad event that happened to your family and it was there that you realised you wanted to work in radio. Tell us how that came about? JN I lost my 17-yr-old sister to a fatal car accident in 2007. An incident which left me suicidal and completely confused. I lost the zeal to be alive. So I resigned from my job as a Personal Assistant to Mr. Ewane Ngaaje, DG of JENS Productions Ltd (An Architecture Company in Limbe) and told myself there’s no reason to work when there was no reason to be alive. However, I had some friends...

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