Evelyn Obahor soars high
Success, they say, is neither magical nor mysterious, but the natural consequence of consistently applying basic professional fundamentals without allowing competition to rule you and defining oneself based on a point of view you care deeply about.
This is aptly what describes pretty and talented international broadcaster, Evelyn Obahor, whose fans-teeming talk show, JustEve, has blown overboard.
When the Urhobo-born damsel began her broadcast career at the then DBN Television owned by Sunny Osa Adun back in Nigeria years back, little did she know she was going to rise to become a model of note in the industry.
Today, Evelyn’s JustEve show is a household magazine programme touching lives and ruling the airwaves in the UK, US and Canada, with an array of notable international figures as guests.
Names and career iconoclasts, such as Bianca Miller, the BBC Apprentice runner-up, who now has her line of tights in Selfridges; Kagiso Modupe, the popular actor, who acted as Mangi Nyhati in the South African soap, Scandal; Nevena Nikolova, UK’s celebrity designer; and Kechi Onwuchi, the youth corps member, who is the only survivor of the Sosoliso Airline crash in Port Harcourt years ago are some of the people she has featured on JustEve.
While superstar footballers, such as Odion Ighalo and Alex Iwobi, both English premiership players, have been penciled to appear in the next few weeks.
Evelyn, while speaking recently on her new ventures, said: “We have been on the JustEve show for a while and you can be assured it is one talk show that is going to rule the world.
“Just recently, we diversified to another venture. We now have a perfumery line, JustEve London fragrance, the project has been a lot of hard work for the past two years, the prototype bottle is out and manufacturers will start production soon,” she quipped.
Her JustEve runs in the UK, ABN TV Channel 15.9 in Houston, Texas (US) and just recently, she signed another contract with Africa Global TV in Toronto, Canada.
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