Ranks Magazine December 2021 Edition Features the phenomenal Queen of arts SASKAY

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The media industry and by extension the information landscape and space is fast experiencing a number of changes as a result of digital innovations and development which has made news and information available at the finger tip of the end users. However, with these innovations comes the challenge of fake news and misinformation, which has made it difficult for the end users to get real information. To balance this discrepancy and provide genuine information, Ranks Africa Magazine was conceived to serve both digital and print enthusiasts who yearn for information about their favorite celebrities and personalities

This edition, gives an insight into the life and brand of Tsakute Ladi Jonah popularly known as Saskay , the phenomenal Queen of arts, who emerged as one of the unique housemates of the Big Brother Naija, Season 6 edition and who has established herself as the next big thing to watch out for.

In this edition, she gives an insight into her life before BB Naija and how she has been able to scale through expectations after the reality show. As you flip through the pages, you will no doubt see the other Sides of Saskay and perspectives of fans and friends. It is entertaining and revealing.

 

 

Welcome to the world of Ranks.

 

Chief Editor: Charles Omotayo.
Creative Director: Wale Kazeem (Rh Waley)
Project Coordinator: Wale Kazeem | Lanre Adegbaju
Make up: Miola Artistry
Styled: Talarayce
: official_Jojoapparel
: House of Teefeht
: ArewaFashionhome
Hairstylist: Wandys_hair
Hair: Temmy_concept
Shoes: B3splace
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Shades: Fitmi_shades
Accessories: Cdeeqwatch
: Bolanle Adewale
Photography: Illumineart
Asst: Purifier concept
Cinematographer: Callmeslammy
Asst : Adept Visuals

 

As you flip through the pages, you will no doubt see the other

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