Zainab Balogun: Media personality, TV host is Bold magazine's cover girl

Zainab Balogun

The model turned actress and TV star looked fierce in an Orange Culture sweatshirt and nude panties, showing off her killed toned legs and shying away from showing her face.

Media personality and TV host, Zainab Balogun is the latest cover girl for Bold magazine Africa ’s third issue, which is centred on education. The TV gal highlighted her journey so far.

The model turned actress and TV star looked fierce in  an Orange Culture sweatshirt and nude panties, showing off her killed toned legs and shying away from showing her face.

According to the publication’s Instagram post, “The latest issue focused primarily on the state of education in the West African nation, Nigeria. Exploring the theme through a gripping open letter addressed to the leaders and ministers of education in Nigeria about the crumbling education system in a country where the median age is 18.

Editor-in-chief, Bella Adeleke stresses that ‘only the strongest survive’ in Nigeria and explores this through cover girl Zainab Balogun. British born Nigerian model Zainab Balogun talks about the transition from ‘timid 15 year old from East London’ to runway model turned actress and her unexpected migration to Nigeria.

Nigeria, being country where modelling and various modern careers are disregarded, Zainab sheds light on the difference between modelling in Nigeria in comparison to the West as well as useful tips on how to make in the modelling world.”

The issue also features CEO Tom Ilube, founder of the African Gifted Foundation. In talking about the CEO, the magazine said, “Bold highlights his efforts to educate girls in Africa in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math’s) through his opening of his charity school and academy accessible to all regardless of family income.

In the very spontaneous interview conducted by Editor-in-chief Bella, Tom opens up about his early beginnings, his passion for science and what led him to start the foundation. With the belief that “Africa’s greatest resource is its people and I want to see some of the most brilliant brains on the continent making their mark in Africa and across the world.” he plans to welcome girls from all over the continent to apply and develop their talents to helping Africa tomorrow.”

For the entire interview, pick up a copy of the interview and let us know what you think of the cover.

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