Top 5 most stylish Nigerian women who host podcasts
Here are five fashionable queens of the Nigerian podcasts scene.
Despite some complaints about the number of podcasts (some people believe there are too many), the reality is that many individuals still enjoy listening to them. This may be due to the provoking viewpoints, interesting banter, engrossing discussions or the new things you can learn.
In Nigeria, these women are not only funny, but outspoken and stylish, here’s our list of fashionable podcast hosts:
1. Mazino Malaka
Mazino’s podcast feels like a warm blanket that offers peace and encouragement for women, especially Christian women. Her Instagram page also has a warm aesthetic, especially her beautiful inspirational captions.
2. Simi Badiru
Simi has a podcast with her co-host, Feyikemi, where they discuss the ins and outs of Nigeria’s music industry. Her Instagram page is curated like a lifestyle influencer or model. As Gen Zs will say, she is always serving looks.
3. Lydia Balogun
One of the most controversial podcasts in Nigeria is the Rants, Bants and Confessions (RBC) podcast which Lydia co-hosts. Lydia is a former beauty queen, so it’s no surprise that she is extremely gorgeous. However, her takes usually land her in trouble. She hosted another podcast, 'As If' before she joined the RBC podcast.
4. Jola Ayeye
Jola is the ½ of the 'I Said What I Said' podcast, the podcast is quirky and fun and so is Jola’s style. She wears what’s most comfortable and is often spotted without makeup.
Toolz had a podcast long before podcasting became mainstream. The off-air show is Toolz's podcast, which she co-hosts with Gbemi. They interview quite a number of celebrities.
Toolz is certainly fashionable and knows how to dress her curvaceous body, she even has a clothing line.
Kudos to these outspoken, confident and stylish women.
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