Welcome back to the Spotlight on Chica Michelle Blogspot. You will be learning about a remarkable woman Arzu Qaderi. She is an Afghan-born German TV presenter who has hosted various fashion shows, TV programs and translated documentaries for organisations like BBC. Arzu is an inspiration to women and demonstrates it in her endeavours to continuously improve her skills as a presenter. Arzu Qaderi learnt to speak four languages and has visited developing countries to support charity organisation working on women empowerment and development projects.
She has also modelled for fashion designers in the UK and India. Arzu is very passionate about women empowerment and so have been rewarded and recognised for her contributions to the creative and media industry.
In 2016, she was awarded a citation award from the Federal Government of Ottawa ( Canada ) for her contributions to the Fashion and Media industry. The citation was presented by Asphandiar Wadiwalla ( National Direct…
It is my pleasure to introduce Mr Collins Archie-Pearce, one of the most respected African actors in the African Film industry. This multi-award winning movie producer and director is also the founder and the CEO of Archie-Pearce Production Ltd based in the UK. Collins also has a great portfolio, managing most of the top Nollywood actors including Van Vicker, John Okafor ( Mr Ibu), Okey Bakassi, Patience Ozokwor. He was born in Freetown Sierra Leone, West Africa and started his career as an actor in the late 70s from an early age. He later trained with the British Film Institute where he developed his acting and directing skills.
He became the first Sierra Leonean to take the most popular Nollywood John Okafor otherwise known as Mr Ibu to produce the most popular Sierra Leone acclaimed film titled, 'Ibu in Sierra Leone'. This film won 6 awards in different categories and was scored 10 out of 10 by the Nollywood critics.
Let me introduce you to Mrs Chinyelu Oladele, an incredible woman in her 30s who daily struggles with the complications of sickle cell anaemia and its impact on her family life and career. Mrs Chinyelu Oladele is a proud child of God, wife and mother to four beautiful children.She is a qualified nurse and health visitor in the UK with a Bachelors degree in Specialist Public Health Nursing from Kings College University London.
On Chica Michelle Blogspot, she shared her struggles with sickle cell anaemia and how she manages this incurable genetic blood disorder. She reiterated how difficult her life was growing up in Nigeria, the impact it had on her education, frequent hospitalisation and long recovery days at home.
Mrs Oladele discovered that she has sickle cell anaemia at the young age of 5, after an incident that left her breathlessness with extremely painful joints. Her parents tried to shield her from knowing about the condition until the day she insisted that s…