Through the eyes of six of the city’s most gorgeous ladies, the show will examine the rich culture and lifestyle of Africa’s largest megacity, Lagos.

The cast of The Real Housewives of Lagos (RHOLagos), the first Nigerian installment of the award-winning franchise, has been revealed.

Carolyna Hutchings, Iyabo Ojo, Chioma Ikokwu, Mariam Timmer, Laura Ikeji, and Toyin Lawani-Adebayo are the members of the group.

NBCUniversal Formats, a division of Universal Studio Group, distributes it abroad.

The first Nigerian installment of the award-winning franchise, which is syndicated nationally by NBCUniversal Formats, will be RHOLagos.

The latter is a division of Universal Studio Group’s Universal International Studios.

Following the success of The Real Housewives of Johannesburg and Durban, both of which are now streaming on Showmax, this is the 16th international edition of The Real Housewives formula and the third African adaptation.

The lavish lives of six glamorous ladies in Lagos are now available to fans of the show.

Lagos socialites live the Lasgidi lifestyle every day, with red carpet events, excursions around the world, and a thriving nightlife.

The Real Housewives of Lagos (RHOL) live the Eko-Miami dream every day, building empires, managing their mansions, and raising children while preserving their lavish lifestyle.

The RHOL covers the opulent, luxury lives of six Lagos socialites in the first Nigerian installment of the global Real Housewives Franchise. Viewers follow the behind-the-scenes of their high-end shopping sprees, parties, and competition within their social circles as they spill all the tea about Lekki living in this drama-filled reality show.

Toyin Lawani

Toyin Lawani

Toyin Lawani, the CEO of Tiannah’s Place Empire, has made a name for herself in the Nigerian fashion and entertainment business. The newly married mother of three, who is known for dressing many Nigerian celebrities, is known for her bold fashion choices, originality, and transformer ensembles that frequently hit the red carpet of various Nigerian award ceremonies and events.

She tells Guardian Life that she has taken the time to figure out the secrets of relevancy, as well as clever and productive methods to use the platform she has.

“I am a businesswoman, and underneath all that nonsense, I use drama to promote my business,” she says.
Tiannah, who is starring in her second reality TV show, asks viewers to keep an eye out for her.

“There’s only one Tiannah,” and “Lagos has to be in your bloodstream” to be a Real Housewife of Lagos.

Chioma Ikokwu

Chioma Ikokwu

Chioma Ikokwu

Chioma Good Hair, a lawyer, and co-founder of luxury hair company Good Hair Limited, Brass & Copper Restaurant & Lounge, also heads the “Goodway foundation,” men and women-focused charity.
Chioma has a significant social media following and is regarded as a fashion icon by many Nigerian women. She is known for her fashionable fashion sense and excellent wardrobe selections.

Chioma is a well-known shopper, and her clothing choices are always high-end fashion brands and designer accessories, all of which attest to her status as a premium Lagos babe, which we hope to see on the show.

She is an unmarried RHOL cast member who describes herself as a “boss chick” and boldly declares that “that’s her thing.”

Chioma says she hopes the performance will exhibit the culture and happiness that Lagos/Lagosians are known for by bringing her true, unspoiled self to the show. She also mentions that viewers will be able to see her true self, which would change stereotypes about her, such as “she prefers tequila to champagne and can cook indomie.”

“I’ll definitely be providing the style,” she says, “but don’t come for me.” Period!”

Chioma, who describes herself as spontaneous, is always prepared for everything. “I’m a really spontaneous person who just goes with the flow and follows the script.” Most Nigerians, I believe, are both inquisitive and skeptical. They’re almost suspicious, and they want to double-check that everything is in order. “I just do it,” says the author.

Iyabo Ojo

Iyabo Ojo

Iyabo Ojo, a well-known actress, entrepreneur, and CEO of Fepris Limited are another Lagos Real Housewife. An RHOL, according to the divorced mother of two, is “a force to be reckoned with, a fashion icon, and just a great person.”

Fans have seen several aspects of Iyabo Ojo over the course of her 25-year acting career, but on this show, she brings her cheerful, effervescent demeanor, telling everyone to expect to see the genuine her. Not only that, but she’s also ready to serve style and drama, expressing herself not only via her words but also through her sense of style.

Not forgetting her roots, the Yoruba actress promises that viewers will hear some Yoruba, which is her preferred mode of expression.

She adds she knew this would be different from the other Real Housewives franchise installments, which is why she was so pleased about the group since “African ladies have an attitude.” We’ve got a lot of drama and a fantastic sense of style. So, it’s gonna be different.”

Carolyna Hutchings

Carolyna Hutchings

She is the CEO of Hutchings Limited, a real estate, oil and gas, and agribusiness company, and was previously known as Carolyna Danjuma. The former actress, who is a mother of three, returns to television with this show.

Her desire to meet and interact with other like-minded influential women was a major factor in her choice to return. Carolyna Hutchings redefines the term “housewife” by describing an RHOL as “a financial advisor.” She is a stay-at-home mom. She’s a professional electrician. She works as a plumber. She’s a one-stop-shop for everything. She’s the one who organizes everything. She is the CEO of a company. She’s the doctor.”

“I am 100 percent about what I like and what I don’t like,” she says, hinting that viewers should expect to see her brutally honest side. I believe I’ve been quite forthright about it. When I’m happy, you can see it, and when I’m not, I don’t hold back my words.”

Hutchings understands that joining the RHOL cast must have surprised a lot of people. And she believes that allowing them into her very private life will appeal to a large number of viewers.

She tells Guardian Life believes the show reveals people’s true characteristics. “You believe you know someone, but when they appear on the show, they appear to be completely different.”

Laura Ikeji

Laura Ikeji

Laura Ikeji, an entrepreneur, social media star, and mother of two, is no stranger to turmoil. Laura has progressed from being Linda Ikeji’s sister to an author, fashion aficionado, content producer, and a beautiful mother, making headlines every other week.

“Futuristic, young, lively, edgy, and vogue” are words she uses to describe her unique style. RHOL, in Laura’s opinion, allows viewers to see their favorite characters for who they are outside of their social media profiles.
She implies that if the show is lacking in anything, it is drama. “Lagos is also full of deception, pretense, and backstabbing.” “I think you’re going to see that a lot on the show.”

Mariam Timmer

Mariam Timmer

Mariam Timmer, a PR professional and chief executive director at Six Sixteen Agency, is known for her meticulously chosen Travel material. A mother of one who works as a creative director for Lure Apparel Limited, an online retail fashion company, is a Youtuber.

On the ROHL, she serves up high fashion, luxury, and drama in true Eko-Miami style, offering viewers all the inside scoop.

The Real Housewives of Lagos, a first-of-its-kind show, has raised the stakes for DRAMA! ‘Eko o ni baje o!’ says the narrator.

From April 8, 2022, keep an eye out for RHOL on Showmax, which will air every Friday in over 40 African countries.