Laylah Ali Othman

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Born (1986-01-29) January 29, 1986 (age 37)
Yobe, Northern Nigeria
  • B.A in English
  • Diploma in Interior Designing
  • Diploma in SpaceManagement
Alma mater
  • University of Maiduguri
  • Lotus Educational Institute
  • Maven School of Interior Décor and Design
  • Interior designer
  • Writer
  • TV presenter
Years active2009—present
OrganizationLaylah Initiative for the Boy and Girl Child Charity Foundation (LIBGC)
Known forOwner of L Magazine

Laylah Ali Othman (born 29th January 1986) is a Nigerian interior designer, writer and reality TV presenter. She is the founder of the Non-profit organization, Laylah Initiative for the Boy and Girl Child Charity Foundation (LIBGC), a TV Host, Presenter of Voices of the Youth, the owner of L Magazine and also a chef[1].

Early life

Laylah Ali Othman was born in Yobe State. She lived the early parts of her life at Kaduna State, where she attended her nursery and primary school and later did her Junior & Senior Secondary School at Damaturu. She is currently the MD/CEO of Superb L&N (Laylah & Nahaar) Interiors and Exterior Décor Nig.[2] Ltd, L&N Kitchen and Almat Farms[1].


She has a B.A in English Language from the University of Maiduguri, a Diploma in Interior Designing from Lotus Educational Institute, Dubai and a Diploma in Space Management from Maven School of Interior Décor and Design. In addition to her educational qualifications, she added a Doctorate Degree (Doctor of Management Science Honoris Causa in Entrepreneurship / Corporate Communication) at ESAE University, Benin Republic.


Layla Ali othman is the founder of the Non-profit organization, Laylah Initiative for the Boy and Girl Child Charity Foundation (LIBGC); a place where educational attention is givng to a particular group of children in need - ‘Almajiri’ and other underprivileged children[3].

Through her Reality TV Show, Laylah’s Way, she has reached out to the masses and the general public. She uses the TV show to aid people who can’t afford a luxury lifestyle or earn a decent living by giving them a complete home makeover[4]. Later on she became a TV Hostess & Presenter of Voices of the Youth. In this show, she channels positivity and psychological empowerment to young people on how to become entrepreneurs, teaching them the know-how in building sound financial statuses, and also tackling other issues the Nigerian youths face in the pursuit of better lives[5]. In addition to her media achievements, she is also the TV Presenter of Muryar Jama’a, a TV show which portrays the lives and culture of the Hausa people[4]. Laylah Ali Othman is the owner of L Magazine, a periodical that features content in Interior design, health and lifestyle; the Writer and Author of Something Deep and Masked books.

Awards & honors

Year Award/Honors Organisation
2018 Award of Excellence Gamji Students
2015 Award of Honor Eastern Mediterranean University (Nigerian Week)
2018 Award of Excellence Department of Public Admin, Faculty of Admin, ABU
2018 Award of Excellence West African Students
2019 Meritorious Award of Honor Nigerian Youth Progress in Democracy
2019 Certificate of Honor Democratic Youth Assembly of Nigeria
2018 Certificate of Appreciation Startup Sokoto
2018 Certificate of Participation Startup Kano
2019 Award of Honor National Association of Nigerian Students (Zone A)
2019 Life Time Award of Credence Youth Assembly of Nigeria
2019 Northern Philanthropic Award of Excellence Save Democracy Group, Africa
2020 Award of Honor National Association of Northern Corpers
2019 Corporate Social Responsibility Award PR Times Africa

In the media



  1. 1.0 1.1 "L & N Kitchen| Home :: L&N".
  2. "Superb LandN Interiors".
  3. Olorunyomi, Adebola (January 28, 2019). "Meet The Young Female Entrepreneurs Rocking ABUJA".
  4. 4.0 4.1

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