More opinion! More issues! More debate! YNaija.com introduces the Y! Superbloggers
In March, we launched the YNaija FrontPage—a daily op-ed series on the site that will present exciting voices on national issues, from the perspective of young leaders. Taking direct inspiration from the wildly popular Thisday BackPage, it provides informed, authoritative commentary on national issues (with a focus on politics/economy) in a way that guides and/or influences a generation interested in a Nigeria that works. As intended, the FrontPage has very quickly become a reference point for informed observations and an authentic guide to the perspective of Nigeria’s Y! Generation.
In April, we launched the 30 Days, 30 Voices series, a bi-monthly series, focused beyond politics and the economy and give rich insight into the mind and life of a still evolving generation. The series aims to get and share various writers with varying experiences across the world.
“The new series goes to strengthen our position as the most influential contemporary culture force in Nigeria, especially for the upwardly mobile young person,” says Aziza Uko, who is its editor-at-large. “If you ask yourself: What are young people thinking – and talking about – right now? YNaija.com is the place to go.”
The_ Y! SUPERBLOGGERS SERIES_ showcases leading Nigerian bloggers whom are insightful, knowledgeable, and original and focused on health, beauty, environment, finance, advocacy, entertainment, social commentary, fashion, relationships, faith, and career development.
The_ Y! SUPERBLOGGERS_ is a daily series and will feature on YNaija.com’s lead column. This unique ensemble includes 20 refreshing
bloggers who represent the professional, educated, motivated, and young Nigeria.
The series kicks off daily from November 1, 2012. See some of the bloggers below:
1. Kingsley Iweka — www.iamscopeman.wordpress.com
2. Kay Aishida — www.blogaces.wordpress.com
3. Abigail Anaba — www.anabagail.wordpress.com
4. Yewande Sobamowo — www.shelovesthefinerthings.com
5. Dianah Aigiomawu — www.dianahsplace.com
6. Ekpenyong Effiong — www.dmoviereview.wordpress.com
7. Ololade Olatunji — www.loladeville.blogspot.com
8. John Onwuegbu — www.questechie.com
9. Obafemi Fawibe — firstname.lastname@example.org
10. Emeh Achanga — www.misspetitenigeria.blogspot
11. Nkiru Okoye — www.cakesbymissvuitton.blogspo
12. Tope Ayo-Olofin — www.toperants.com
13. Adaobi Okwy — www.adaobiokwy.com
14. Opemipo Adebanjo — www.opesays.com
15. James Silas — www.jarmzone.blogspot.com
16. Fisayo Eko-Davies — www.fisayomi.blogspot.com
17. Solomon Uyi Osadolo — www.soloxpress.blogspot.com
18. Kenechi Uzochukwu — www.kayceeuzor.wordpress.com
19. Temiloluwa Adebayo — www.temiville.wordpress.com
20. Anderson Paul Damisa — www.lazywrita.wordpress.com
21. Sugabelly — www.sugabellyrocks.com
22. Mfon Ekpo — www.mfonekpo.com
23. Aziza Uko — www.azizauko.blogspot.com