It’s another beautiful Friday which means another exciting edition of your favourite magazine YOUTHVILLE. This week’s edition is wellwritten and has great stories for you. The people of Yimitu would not forget Juliet Chinemerem Ugwu in a hurry. Why? Because she sunk something deep in the heart of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the area. Get the details in our REFLECTIONS page.
Have you heard the newest slang ‘Shape up or ship out’? Do you know what it means and who created it? And for ladies who want to remain trendy, our FASHION segment has an interesting article. Read the complete details of these stories in our SHOWTIME page.
Get entertained with the music video review of Asa’s 2014 hit single ‘Eyo’ and know what makes it different from other local music videos you have watched.
Amina Yasmeen Usman made the cut as our BIZWIZ star of the week. She has some useful tips for those who might want to go into the baking business.
Telecoms giant Etisalat made Nuhu Bamali Polytechnic in Zaria its port of call recently when its Cliqfest programme launched some students to greatness. You can read this and more on our BACKPACK page. Don’t miss it.
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