Friday, February 28, 2014
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Big brother Africa's Melvin Oduah, Actress Tana Adelana and OAP Kaylah are expected to host the event with designers; Mon Ami, Frank Osodi, Weizdhurm Franklyn, Rough and Mikinda Couture are penciled to showcase their designs with special performances by Zambian act; Sulu from big brother Africa and various Nigerian acts.
The winner of the Best Runway model will go away with Free trip to South Africa, work permit with Ice Models Management in South Africa, a contract worth N2.5million Naira or more in a year and more prizes while the Pearl look beauty queen walks away with 1 Million Naira and other prizes.
Date: Saturday, 1st Of March 2014.
Time: Red Carpet @5PM. | Main Show starts @ 6PM
Venue: The Lagos Oriental Hotel, Lekki Expressway, Lagos.
Ticket Prices: VVIP 65K, VIP 15K, REGULAR 5K.
Tickets are available on the Website www.pearllook.com or Call 08098809090 | 07057111157
Pearl Look 2014 is powered By Tokad International and supported by Sky Vodka, Arik Air, Ice Model South Africa And Kg's Marine, Japan.
He was helped medically by the Emergency unit of 7-Up with the kind support of LASTMA officials. He did not suffer any major injury neither was there a casualty but the car was badly damaged, just few weeks ago the actor celebrated his 60th birthday anniversary.
A statement has been released which reads "This is to say a big thank you to all concerned about Prince Jide Kosoko and to confirm that he is in sound health after God saved him from an auto crash at Alausa, Ikeja, yesterday…he is in sound health, having sustained no injury from the mishap. Please disregard any unhealthy rumour."
Africa's largest gathering of digital marketers, tech media Professionals, bloggers, podcasters, web TV producers, and social business leaders: New Media Symposium 2014!
New Media is increasingly playing a key role in the messaging process of key players in business, government and at even private levels. What used to be an appurtenance is now a necessity for brands that care about how they are perceived. While the use of these tools and forms of communication have become the norm for the most forward-looking organizations, it has become crucial to celebrate those who are not only doing it well but doing it differently without losing their brand essence and same time discuss the Beginning of the Internet: Surveillance, Censorship, and the Future of New Media in Africa," asks scholars, activists, journalists and online professionals to consider the past, present, and possible futures of the Internet as a force for good in Africa.
We are set to hold this corporate event at the ballroom, Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos
Attire for the Symposium & Awards Ceremony will be "business casual" or "Cocktail attire".
To get an invite kindly contact:
Facebook: Broad Awards
In addition to the recently signed acts on your favourite record label Mavin Records, Don Jazzy unveils yet another signing "Korede Bello" to the Mavin 2.0 squad
The young soul sensational singer christened "Korede Bello" is ready to take you on a good music spree. His songs are often times straight from the heart. Often inspired by his environment, sometimes hilarious but with a deeper meaning which documents the struggle of a young African trying to achieve his dreams. The Mass Communication student is a victim of Leap year, thats why today is a special birth day to officially welcome his first single from Mavin Records.
Apart from his euphony prowess, he is best known for his guitar performances and his ability to move any size of crowd. His fast growing female fans call him the ultimate lover boy cos of his soft sweet vocals and also his looks.
Africa, lets welcome Korede Bello as Mavin presents his first official single called "African Princess". A passionate song dedicated to those in love but also celebrates the African woman's awesomeness.
Korede Bello together with Di Ja and Reekado Banks are fully ready to team up the with the resistless Mavin squad.
DOWNLOAD SONG HERE
A man in Ondo has been arrested after reports that he killed a toddler after having an argument with his mother.
Ayelehin Kehinde is said to have caused the death of the 2-year-old after he grabbed him off his mother’s back and smashed him on the concrete ground.
The incident occurred in the Supare, Akoko area of the state and the child was said to have died on the way to a hospital.
Obitube, a student with a private college in Kuala Lumpur was sentenced yesterday after a trial which lasted about three years.
He was reportedly arrested by police from the Gombak Narcotic Crime Investigation Department with 9,189kg of the illegal substance at Desa Satu Apartment, Gombak on August 20, 2011 after a tip off.
Tne convict was said to have tried to run away with a backpack containing the drugs when the police swooped on him. The offense, under the Dangerous Drugs Act in the country, provides a mandatory death sentence upon conviction.
The jerseys came in three sets of Green and lemon, white, lemon and green, as well as orange and black, for the goalkeepers.
The NFA Chairman, Aminu Maigari, said the Football House chose the new colours to strike a balance between the present and future national teams, especially the Super Eagles.
Sources said the deceased, whom they alleged to be a regular visitor to the brothel, died while romping the prostitute.
It was gathered that immediately Chukwu slumped and died, the prostitute contacted her colleagues and the manager of the brothel who moved his corpse to a sanitary lane at the back of the brothel.
As a result of the development, shop owners around the area quickly closed business for fear of police arrest.
Those who spoke anonymously to our reporter disclosed that some staff of the brothel at about 5 p.m. brought out the corpse through their back door, dropped it at the sanitary lane and disappeared.
When our correspondent visited the area, the brothel was deserted as people were gathering at the adjoining St. Michael’s Road by York Street junction and Hospital Road.
A cross section of sympathisers said the deceased might have died of a cardiac arrest or exhaustion as white foam gushed out of his mouth.
Policemen from the Aba Central Police Station, who conducted a search at the scene, recovered an ATM card, a cheque book, cash of over N200,000 and a Man O’ War Association of Nigeria identity card, bearing the name, Ogadinma Chukwu.
Contacted, the Commander, Man O’ War Association, Aba, Uche Egbuziem, identified Ogadinma Chukwu as a former member of the association, stressing that the deceased and some other members of the group still use their old identity cards.
Abia Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, ASP Geoffrey Ogbonna, could not be reached for comments at press time, but a senior police officer said the corpse had been deposited in a mortuary.
He said an autopsy would be conducted to determine the cause of the man’s death.
They also torched three branches of new generation banks before setting several other shops ablaze. The branches of the new generation banks, houses and shops destroyed were located along the major Maiduguri-Gombe-Adamawa federal highway.
Also, in Plateau State, two members of a family were killed and about 50 houses burnt in fresh attacks on villages in Riyom and Barkin Ladi Local Government Area of the state, yesterday.
The two were killed at Diniyam-Rim of Riyom Local Government while another raid was launched on Rakok and Razat in Barkin Ladi Local Government Area even as several of the houses in the villages which were torched by the attackers were largely uninhabited as a result of previous attacks.
One of the sons of the late Oba, Adegboyega Adeniji-Adele, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Thursday that the event would be used as a memorial for the Oba, who was a boxer at his youth.
According to Adeniji-Adele, a boxing coach, it was being planned as a fitting remembrance of his reign in Lagos, which spanned a 15-year period, from 1949 to 1964.
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Minister of Culture, Tourism and National Orientation, Chief Edem Duke (middle) with the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, PRM Africa, Mike Dada (2nd left); Director, Brand Communications and Sponsorship, AFRIMA (All Africa Music Awards), Matlou Tsotetsi (2nd right); Director, Entertainment and Creative Services, Ministry of Culture, Tourism and National Orientation, Mrs Grace Gekpe (left) and
Director, Cultural Industry and Heritage, Ministry of Culture, Tourism and National Orientation, Mrs Dayo Keshi (right) during a meeting in Abuja recently on the hosting of AFRIMA in Nigeria.