Facebook has launched Facebook Creators campaign’ in Nigeria and Ghana, highlighting the inspiring stories of leading content creators who have succeeded in various creative industries using the Facebook family of Apps to inspire other creative artists and connect with communities.

The Facebook Creators campaign will spotlight eight creative artists in Nigeria and Ghana who have built, communicated, and scaled their art and craft to the world using Facebook and Instagram.

These artists represent several creative industries ranging from Photography, Comedy, Fashion, Dance, and Content Creation. Their inspiring stories will be amplified through a media partnership with Pulse to showcase their professional journey.

What Facebook Said about the partnership

We are excited about the Facebook Creators campaign because our family of Apps offers content creators unique opportunities to communicate their craft and tell their stories,” said Facebook’s Corporate Communications Manager for Anglophone West Africa, Oluwasola Obagbemi. 

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At Facebook, we are committed to helping people realise their full potential through campaigns like this.

We want African creators to get the best opportunities using our tools to express themselves, inspire others, and build communities and livelihoods while connecting with their audiences.

Highlighted content creators

One of the content creators spotlighted in this campaign is Emmanuel Oyeleke, the talented Nigerian photographer who mastered the art of creating breath-taking posed imagery after quitting his job as a computer programmer. 

The campaign also features Laud Anoo Konadu, popularly known as Dancegod Lloyd. Known for co-founding the Dance with a Purpose Academy and the Rocc Starss Dance Academy, the Ghanaian dance sensation and choreographer regularly shares videos of his dance routines on Instagram with his over 1.1 million followers.

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Other creative artists featured in the campaign include FocusnBlur (Ghanaian Photographer) who was awarded Ghana’s Best Event Photographer in 2019 and 2020; Funke Adepoju (Nigerian Fashion Designer) who is best known for her premium bespoke ready-to-wear collections; and Kaffy Shafau-Ameh (Nigerian Dancer) who is popularly known for breaking the Guinness World Record for ‘Longest Dance Party’ at the Nokia Silverbird Danceathon in 2006.

Also featured in the campaign are Apaokagi Mariam – popularly known as Taaooma (Nigerian Comedian), who plays multiple roles in her comedy skits, hilariously spotlighting how African mothers discipline their children; and Claudia Lumor (Ghanaian Entrepreneur) who is widely known as the founder of Kollage Media, producers of Glitz Africa Magazine, and also the Ghana Tourism Ambassador for Fashion Development and Dream Catchers Academy (Nigerian Content Creators) who are best known for offering educational opportunities, leadership skills, and a better life for underprivileged girls through dance, drama, music, and visual arts.

Pulse Speaking About The Partnership

Talking about the deal with Facebook, Rose Umane, Head of Digital Strategy at Pulse, said, “At Pulse, we are all about informing and engaging the young African audience and are very excited to collaborate with Facebook to tell and share the inspiring stories of eight celebrated creatives in West Africa.

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These are individuals that have made an impact through their dedication and excellence in their diverse creative arts. We hope that their stories inspire creative individuals out there to muster the courage to reach their goals“. 

Hope for prospects going forward

With the developing interest for African inventive specialists’ impression on the worldwide stage, the Facebook group of Apps keeps on giving imaginative outlets where individuals can communicate, recount their accounts, adapt their specialties, and seek after their objectives.

The Facebook Creators crusade is essential for Facebook’s endeavors to support the thriving creative industry in Nigeria and Ghana, while rousing a huge number of imaginative personalities with the unlimited chances that the Facebook group of Apps accommodates their gifts across Africa.

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