The beautiful, elegant and bold Mo Abudu is all modish on the cover of the latest issue of TW Magazine and we think she just looks gorgeous and classy.
TW Magazine’s September edition cover girl is none other than Mo’ Abudu, a lady who has proven that passion and a clear-headed focus can get you anything you want. From HR practitioner to Media mogul, Mo’ is indeed an inspiration to all African women, and with the recent launch of her Television station Mosunmola Abudu is set to change forever, the world’s perception of Africa.
For the first time, this ‘mover and shaker’ speaks CANDIDLY of her fears, challenges & managing naysayers, while proclaiming with a trust in God “If you can see it, you can do it”
Catch hunky Ghanaian heartthrob Chris Attoh is this month’s celebrity feature. This talented actor speaks about starting his own family, moving from Ghana to Nigeria to pursue his acting dreams & his successful transition from actor to director/screen writer, with the recently aired made for TV movie “Devoted” on Ebony Life TV.
You don’t want to miss our sit-down with singer/song writer Ese Peters whose mission is to change the world one song at a time. We also feature Dolapo Ogunwole, spoken-word poet, singer/songwriter & actor, as well as renowned gynaecologist, Dr. Bosede Afolabi who along with other gynaecologists, sheds some light on gynecological cancers; as TW joins the world this September on a Globeathon to fight women’s below the belt cancers.
The fashion loom has spun again & it’s time to look forward to a new fashion season with 20 pages of drool worthy fall fashion, starting with our super colourful editorial spotlighting the season’s major looks. Our Practical Girls Guide sums up how to wear this season’s skirt, which every woman should invest in, alongside the stunning statement bags you need to complete the picture, all on our Accessorized page!
This edition also includes regular features on relationships, health, finance & beauty, plus articles to help you live your best, most authentic life. It’s definitely one not to be missed!