Who wore it better? Check out Gbemi Olateru-Olagbegi and Bolanle Olukanni in Style Temple


Who wore it better? Check out Gbemi Olateru-Olagbegi and Bolanle Olukanni in Style Temple

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By Osagie Alonge

Funmi Iyanda at the Occupy Nigeria protest, Jan. 2012

On Monday, March 5, 2012 Journalist-Broadcaster Funmi Iyanda will join climbers from over 32 African countries in an advocacy climb up Mount Kilimanjaro.

The project, organized by the Africa UNiTE campaign group, is part of a crusade to end violence against women and girls.

The ‘climbers’, which include Iyanda, South African rock band the Parlotones, SA actress Rosie Motene, human rights lawyer, Ann Njogu, Congolese singer Barbara Kanam, and many other African women and men, are expected to arrive at Africa’s highest summit on Thursday, March 8, 2012, which falls on International Women’s Day.

As part of activities, all African national flags will be displayed and the Africa commitments will be read out.

The climb is expected to last for three days, as the climbers will hike up Kilimanjaro in freezing temperatures,camping outdoors and sleeping in sleeping bags without taking showers. They will then return on the fourth day.

Through this climb, Africa Unite plans to raise global awareness on ending violence against Women and Girls in Africa, as well as secure concrete national commitments from African governments to be implemented by 2015 to end violence against women and girls.

Iyanda is not new to humanitarian causes. She was actively involved in the Occupy Nigeria protests in January and was nominated at the 51st Monte Carlo Television Festival category for ‘Lagos Stories’, an episode of ‘My Country Nigeria’, her three-part documentary on Nigeria.

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Bolanle and Gbemi

Gbemi Olateru-Olagbegi and Bolanle Olukanni battle it out on this edition of ‘Who Wore It Better’ in a sassy pair of pants by Style Temple.

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By Osagie Alonge

Funmi Iyanda at the Occupy Nigeria protest, Jan. 2012

On Monday, March 5, 2012 Journalist-Broadcaster Funmi Iyanda will join climbers from over 32 African countries in an advocacy climb up Mount Kilimanjaro.

The project organized by the Africa UNiTE campaign group is part of a crusade to end violence against women and girls.

The campaign groups have announced that ‘climbers’ which include Iyanda as mentioned, joins South African rock band the Parlotones, SA actress Rosie Motene, human rights lawyer, Ann Njogu, Congolese singer Barbara Kanam, and many African women and men are expected to arrive at Africa’s highest summit on Thursday, March 8, 2012 which falls on International Women’s Day.

As part of activities, all African national flags will be displayed and the Africa commitments will be read out.

The climb is expected to last for three whole days as the climber will hike up on the Kilimanjaro in the freezing temperature and will camp outdoors, sleeping in sleeping bags without taking showers. They will then return on the fourth day.

Through this climb, Africa Unite plans to raise global awareness on ending violence against Women and Girls in Africa as well as secure concrete national commitments from African governments to be implemented by 2015 to end violence against women and girls.

Iyanda is not new to humanitarian-social causes. She was actively involved in the Occupy Nigeria protests in January and was nominated at the 51st Monte Carlo Television Festival category for her ‘Lagos Stories’ an episode of ‘My Country Nigeria’; her three-part documentary on Nigeria.

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The black pants feature a thigh-high slit held together by a stripe fabric.

Bolanle first wore hers to an event in Abuja a while back, styling it with a black top from the same brand and a pair of rose gold heels.

She wore her hair down her back and kept her make-up clean to complete the chic look.

Gbemi on the other hand, wore hers to the Elite Model Look Nigeria 2017 event.

She paired it with a sheer black top and silver jewellery while styling her hair in a sleek ponytail and completed her beauty look with smokey eyes and glossy lips.

So, over to you guys, who wore the pants better? Tell us in the comment section below!

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