By Christy Anyanwu
Rosemary Egabor is the last daughter of HRM George Oshiapi Egabor, the Okumagbe of Weppa Wanno Kingdom, Edo State. She was a banker but now a media/public relations expert. Recently, she decided to do her own thing and now she is the CEO of Urban 10 Hub Limited, a fast growing public relations firm in Nigeria. She spoke with Sunday Sun about her favourites recently.
What is your favourite food?
I love yam and egg sauce. I think yam is an Edo and Ondo delicacy and I’ve also loved it as a Sunday morning meal while growing up.
My favourite colour is orange and, in fact, my house is so orange, according to what my friends say. Orange makes me feel very happy and stylish. It’s adventurous and I am a very adventurous person
I love the summer as I can wear whatever without a sweater. As a public relations consultant, it’s a perfect time to host events without the rain or harmattan messing things up.
Favourite holiday spot?
My favourite holiday spot still remains Dubai, not necessarily for shopping but just to relax. The country is really organised and so when I am looking for some sanity, I go to Dubai.
My favourite is Master of the Game by Sidney Sheldon.
I’m in love with the Lexus brand and I love jeeps. The latest LX 570 works for me; it’s just perfect for Lagos roads
Favourite fashion accessory?
It’s my bag. I feel as a woman, my dressing isn’t complete without a quality bag. You won’t catch a classy woman without her handbag and not just any but a quality one. Now it doesn’t have to be the big names but you know quality bags when you see them.
The music of Adekunle Gold and Brymo does wonders for me. It’s music with meaning and there’s always something to learn from their lyrics.
Pretty Woman, a classic movie you can watch over and over again. I also love The Mentalist.
That’s Joel Osteen, a motivational speaker with a religious bent. He breaks his words down to the most simple form and they’re so comforting. He encourages people to be excellent in every area of their lives and to have faith for a better life. It’s not outlandish to want to excel in every aspect of life, it’s biblical.
For my bags and shoes, Aldo works, for clothes none, I wear anything that looks good and for my perfumes, I love Guerlain fragrances.