Below is a list of Nigerians, in no particular order, which are making waves on Youtube and providing relevant content to the public.
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Toke Makinwa is not one to hold back when it comes to discussing women issues. Through her youtube channel known as Toke Moments, she provides helpful tips and dishes out relationship advice for women. She is famous for her bestselling book, On Becoming, which is a narrative of her traumatic childhood and her escape from a scandalous marriage.
This British-born Nigerian youtuber is quite popular both nationally and internationally. She is the definition of style, glamour, and personality and this has landed her on the cover page of Glamour Magazine. Her fashion tips, vlogs and review post are what keep the views coming on her youtube channel.
If you are on a hair goal or have a mission to learn new makeup tricks and hacks, then, Dimma Umeh has some practical advice to share. In addition to the tips she shares, Dimma chats about her personal life and introduces her audience to several beauty products that will benefit them.
Fabiyi Toluwase – a writer and content developer – has utilized his craft to curate a lifestyle and opinion vlog called Biyi Toluwase. Fabiyi’s videos touch on various topics cutting across pop culture, entertainment, trending topics and knowledgeable facts.
Delphine Okobah is a TV and Red Carpet Host, graphic designer and a Youtube vlogger. Through her Youtube channel, TheDelphinator, Delphine gives her honest reviews on the latest Nollywood and foreign movies. The Delphinator is a great platform to get the latest movie recommendations and opinions about these movies.
Akah is one fellow that can make even the most controversial stories sound humorous. Whether he is talking about the latest political development or celebrity drama, Akah sure knows how to keep his audience entertained. Most folks who welcome conversations about social issues will find his videos really interesting and engaging.