Nqobilé Graces The Cover Of Women Of The City Magazine

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Our very own influencer Nqobilé, dancer, and entertainer graced the cover of WOTC magazine. The talented singer, who is currently riding high with her “Look At Her” single took to Instagram to celebrate her fete.

We couldn’t be more proud of her!

“I am proud to see my cover of @wotcmagazine & letter I wrote to my younger self on billboards at prime stations in London 🇬🇧❤️ This is one of my favourite campaigns I’ve ever been in and I’m so honoured to be amongst these 32 brilliant BLACK WOMEN on the ‘A Letter To Myself” campaign for Black History Month. I hope our letters can inspire you and others to continue chasing your dreams and a brighter future. Thanks @wotcmagazine @phadriaantoinette for having me,” she said. 

The magazine featured other amazingly talented black women, including Zeze Millz, stylist Caroline Watson, MP Dawn Butler, Columnist Caroline Popoola and many more.

“So excited to be featured on the cover of @wotcmagazine alongside 32 other inspiring Black Women in Issue 5 of WOTC Magazine for the Black History Month campaign. On the next slide, is a letter I wrote to my younger self from my older self. 🥺❤️ ⠀⠀ This campaign is live across 12 prime London train stations including Stratford, Oxford Street and Bond Street,” added Nqobilé.

Here’s the view: 


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