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If style matters to you – knowing what shoes to wear is a top priority. It is known that shoes are the most important part of an outfit. Shoes can be used as a cue to someone’s personality or even a person’s mood that day.

The right pair of shoes for the right outfit can take your look to another level. That’s why Jesu Segun London has come up with 5 men’s dress shoes every guy should own.

Gentlemen!!! let’s talk about 2 shoes you MUST have in 2020.

  1. Alafia Brown
    The whole cut Alafia Brown dress shoe is made from a special select piece of leather. Why the emphasis on that is sure your wondering. It is because such a large piece of faultless leather is a rare one of its kind

This beautiful shoe goes great with nearly all outfits and is ideal in nearly all settings. For example; the Gold pair which has a blue and black upper finish.

These whole cuts will make an ideal addition for a black-tie attire or for most business and formal occasions.

You can also dress them down by purchasing them in brown or burgundy. THE Brown whole cuts look beautiful with a charcoal or navy suit. If you want to add a bit of bold panache, Alafa Brown is a great choice: it goes especially well with an otherwise all-black ensemble.

In the right colour they’ll make you stand out in any boardroom or ballroom.

There’s a reason why Alafa Brown whole cuts are the first on my list. You can’t beat them when it comes to sheer elegance.

2. Ara
Until about 50 years ago, loafers were dismissed as inappropriate in almost all formal business settings. Nowadays men’s style is increasingly influenced by convenience and trends lean towards a more casual approach even in business settings. Loafers like the monk strap have made a comeback.

The history of the monk strap goes back over a thousand years.

Life wasn’t easy for holy men in the 15th century. Quite often monks would plough fields and tend crops as part of their daily routines. At first, they wore single-buckled sandals to do a lot of this labour but eventually, there came a need for more protective footwear.

The sandal slowly evolved to cover the entirety of the foot. Fast-forward a few centuries and we now have a shoe that men love for reasons far beyond its inception as a foot guard for friars.

Though the single-strap design is more true to its origin, I prefer the double-strap because the buckles are less clunky. Some would argue that the double-monk can be dressed up, but with it being a loafer – I have to disagree.

Gents, we’ve talked a little bit today about some additions you can make this year as far as footwear.

There are many more excellent options out there, but these are a great way to consolidate the essentials.

With this list, you’ve got shoes that best encompass style and versatility – truly the two best men’s dress shoes on the market.

These type of Footwears comes in different forms

  1. KOLA

2 Remi

3.Mr OJO

Every Jesu Segun London shoe is handmade – from the way they burnish the leather to assembling the shoe itself. Jesu Segun London handcrafted Italian dress shoes use only 100% premium full-grain calfskin leather. To top it off, they’re even great for your feet – Jesu Segun London uses memory-foam insoles that conform to your feet faster than other shoes. The leather they use are flexible and light which makes them perfect for any occasion.

The best thing about Jesun Segun London though is customer service and satisfaction. They rely on customer feedback and crowd-design for new lineups and designs, so there’s no doubt they’ll be listening to what you have to say. With quality and customer service like this, it’s a no-brainer.

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Russia Completes Human Trials Of COV¡D-19 Vaccine

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After Brazil was the first emerging market to get a test drive of the Oxford University coronavirus vaccine, it’s Russia that is the first to complete human trials.

Elena Smolyarchuk, chief researcher for the Russian Center for Clinical Research on Medications at Sechenov University, told TASS newswire on Sunday that human trials for the vaccine had been completed and those test patients will be discharged soon.

“The research has been completed and it proved that the vaccine is safe. The volunteers will be discharged on July 15 and July 20,” Smolyarchuk was quoted as saying in the report.

There was no other information on when this vaccine would enter commercial production.

Russia had allowed clinical trials of two forms of a potential coronavirus vaccine developed by the Gamaleya National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology. The first one was carried out at the Burdenko Military Hospital. The other vaccine was given to test patients at the Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University.

After being given the shot, the volunteers were asked to quarantine in the hospital for 28 days.

Earlier, results of the Covid-19 vaccine tests performed on a group of volunteers in Russia showed that they were developing immunity to the coronavirus, but what the drug actually is was not discussed in the article.

Russia has reported 719,449 cases of the new SARS coronavirus. Some 11,188 people have died from complications caused by Covid-19, the disease caused by the new SARS.

There are at least 21 vaccines currently under trial worldwide, according to the World Health Organisation. Every country and every lab is taking a different approach to finding the right solution to stop the virus from taking over the world at this point.

Meanwhile, in Moscow this weekend, public health officials lifted the requirements of wearing face masks while outside. Masks and gloves are mandatory when riding public transportation, going to a medical center, or while shopping.

– Forbes.com

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Wife Of Ghanaian Street Dancer, Jeffery Frimpong, Dies Along With Her Unborn Son

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Pregnant YouTube star Nicole Thea has died along with her unborn son Reign in unknown circumstances.

A statement to the dancer’s Instagram account this morning broke the news that Miss Thea, 24, who was eight months pregnant with her son, had passed away on Saturday morning.

The statement read: ‘To all Nicole’s friends and supporters it is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Nicole and her son she and Boga named Reign sadly passed away on Saturday morning.’ 

The street dancer turned influencer, who lived in London with her partner, was nearing her due date and had been sharing her pregnancy journey with her 123k Instagram followers and her YouTube channel.

Her partner, street dancer Global Boga, 20, whose real name is Jeffery Frimpong, posted a video of himself dancing with a pram early on Saturday and had shared in a post the week before that he believed his son was arriving ‘on a Monday’.  

Miss Thea’s cause of death is not yet known. She had previously stated in a video that she was having a ‘good pregnancy’.

A statement on her Instagram account said this morning: 'Nicole and her son she and Boga named Reign sadly passed away on Saturday morning'
A statement on her Instagram account said this morning: ‘Nicole and her son she and Boga named Reign sadly passed away on Saturday morning’

The statement posted to her Instagram page also added that her partner Boga had made the decision to publish pre-recorded Youtube videos she had filmed for her channel.

It read: ‘Nicole pre-scheduled a few YouTube videos and Boga has made the decision to allow them to be aired.

‘As a family we ask that you give us privacy because our hearts are truly broken and we are struggling to cope with what has happened.’

‘Thank you her mum RIP My beautiful baby girl Nicnac and my grandson Reign, I will miss you for the rest of my life until we meet again in eternal heaven. Xxx’

YouTube star Miss Thea along with her partner street dancer Global Boga, 20, whose real name is Jeffery Frimpong
YouTube star Miss Thea along with her partner street dancer Global Boga, 20, whose real name is Jeffery Frimpong
The last video posted to Miss Thea's Youtube featured her sharing a behind the scenes look at a pregnancy shoot in a bath full of milk - it was posted the hour before news of her death
The last video posted to Miss Thea’s Youtube featured her sharing a behind the scenes look at a pregnancy shoot in a bath full of milk – it was posted the hour before news of her death

A video on July 8 showed Miss Thea’s boyfriend and brothers rating her maternity outfits.

Miss Thea had 73,300 followers on Youtube with videos about her life, pregnancy and boyfriend.

In a recent video the star said that she had been having ‘a good pregnancy’ and spoke about how her partner Boga had stayed ‘so calm’ throughout her morning sickness.

She added: ‘The worst thing about my pregnancy is i’m so out of breath 24/7.

The pair announced the pregnancy in April with an Instagram post captioned: 'We can’t hide this any longer, secrets out..'
The pair announced the pregnancy in April with an Instagram post captioned: ‘We can’t hide this any longer, secrets out..’
A video on July 8 showed Miss Thea's boyfriend and brothers rating her maternity outfits
A video on July 8 showed Miss Thea’s boyfriend and brothers rating her maternity outfits

‘I could walk from here to the end of the room and I feel like i’m dying. I went to my midwife and I was like oh my god is this normal? She was like “yeah you’re carrying a child”‘. 

The pair announced the pregnancy in April with an Instagram post captioned: ‘We can’t hide this any longer, secrets out.. GOD gave us the biggest blessing yet. I’m finally creating a beautiful little human inside of me.

‘Can’t believe this bubba will be half of me and half of the loml. Honestly, has been the best support EVER and GOD made no mistakes making him the father.

‘We are already obsessed with you our little miracle baby. Thank you for choosing us to be your parents and best friends.’

The last video posted to Miss Thea’s Youtube featured her sharing a behind the scenes look at a pregnancy shoot in a bath full of milk – it was posted the hour before news of her death was announced on her Instagram account.

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Nollywood Actor, Linda Osifo, Covers VL Magazine July 2020 Issue

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LAGOS STATE – July 12, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – Dedicated to all health workers all over the world putting their lives on the line to save lives and on its cover for July 2020, Vergeria Life (VL) Magazine host Nollywood actor “Linda Osifo”, who, in an exclusive interview, talked current projects , thoughts on the covid – 19 pandemic and many more. This edition also embodies amazing stories and articles surrounding social life and business.

“I know these are trying times as the pandemic is still on but nevertheless, we would definitely see this through with God on our side and also by following safety precautions given to us by the WHO. I would like to encourage everyone to keep staying safe as this is the only option we have. I pray God will always provide for our needs and protect us, this is not the time to be sad or feel neglected, always reach out to people.” She said

See photos below;

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Photography: @dap_shooter
Styling/Creative Direction: @thafashiongawd
Makeup: @annklairmakeup
Hairstylist: @ariyikhair
Outfits: @yinkasamuels @chunnie.official
Graphics: @freshmonigrafix
Cinematography: @glitzmediahouse
Founder & Editor-In-Chief: @oleleoflagos

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WHO Update Its Guidance On Who Should Wear A Mask And When It Should Be Worn – [WATCH]

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Since the outbreak of the deadly Coronavirus which has swept through the world, the World Health Organization has been providing various guidance to protect the general public.

In the latest video shared by Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom, the World Health Organization provided an update on the safety guidance based on research carried out by the organization.

The guidance covers who is supposed to wear the masks, when it’s compulsory to wear the mask and lastly what the mask should be made of in terms of layers of fabrics. Most of the guidance encourages people to wear the mask in areas identified to be a hot zone for the rise of COVID-19.


Watch the full video below:

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