A front line Nigerian events and communications company, PRIMAA Productions and Promotions, has announced a 3-day unlimited and exciting fun-packed “Nigeria Independence Fiesta” in celebration of the nation’s 63rd independence anniversary.
The event has been scheduled to be held at the prestigious Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja from Saturday September 30 to Monday, October 2, 2023.
Speaking about the event tagged “Green and White Party,” the organisers led by Prince Adeyemi Aseperi-Shonibare of Primaa Productions and Promotions, said the “event is designed for Nigerians to commemorate the 63rd anniversary and share a special day with families and friends in a very moderate but exquisite manner.
On her part, the General Manager, Lagos Airport Hotel, Mrs. Folashade A. Awe (FCA ) said; the “events are also aimed at providing a platform for an exciting get-together for associates, colleagues, families and friends on the national day is going to be fun parked days of celebration at the exclusive pool side of the prestigious Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos. The events are packaged to deliver an outdoor unforgettable and exciting social event in celebration of Nigerians’ uniqueness.”
“The 3-day event which is to be celebrated with Nigerian contemporary music and dance will have a good number of Nigerian musicians and comedians thrilling and entertaining their fans in spectacular ways. The artists include Don P, Kenny J, Hismusic, Young Lop, ACENUNKY, LYRIKA, Helix, Oluwafrozy, Macqelin, Omalicha(BlazeG), Emoh Grand and many more.
MC MACAVALI and MC 525, with the reputable DJ AK are going to be the DJ for the 3 days of unlimited fun of music, dance, comedy, swimming competitions, games and many more.”
The event is supported by Fresh FM, Goldmyne TV, Landmark Media limited, LASAA and exclusively packaged by 3P and Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja. It promises to be an exciting weekend with gate opening between 9am and 5pm daily and evening events from 7pm till fade.
Interestingly aside the entertainment galore and side attractions, the Gate Pass also goes with specific benefits. While a child with N2,000 will have free drinks and an adult with N3,000 will be entitled to free drink ,a couple paying N5,000 gate pass will also get free drinks, and a family of four is N10,000 and will get free drinks.
Every ticket also attracts a 20% discount on Airport Hotel rooms. Your ticket can also win you a weekend getaway at Lagos Airport Hotel. (With Terms and conditions )
The dress code for every attendee is a touch of Green and White.
BREAKING: 27 year old Nigerian singer, MohBad is dead
Nigerian musician Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, popularly known as MohBad, has passed away at the age of 27. The former Marlian Records signee was confirmed dead on Tuesday, and it has left the music industry in mourning.
The distressing news was shared by music executive Ovie on his social media platform, #Ovieo, on Tuesday evening.
He tweeted, “Confirmed. MohBad is dead. Sad, sad day.”
Furthermore, Nigerian rapper Olamide Adedeji, popularly referred to as Olamide, expressed his grief with a cryptic message on his social media handle.
He posted, “Damn! Mohbad (sic)” and in another tweet, he wrote, “This life (sic).”
Shortly after the news of MohBad’s passing emerged, an old video featuring Bella Shmurda surfaced online.
In the video, Bella Shmurda can be heard discussing MohBad’s recent battle with mental health issues, adding another layer of tragedy to the artist’s untimely demise.
Breaking: Comedian Kenny Blaq Ties the Knot with his lover
In a heartwarming turn of events, renowned Nigerian comedian, Otolorin Kehinde Peter, popularly known as Kenny Blaq, has taken a great step into matrimony.
Breaking away from the glitz and glamour often associated with celebrity weddings, Kenny Blaq opted opted for a tastefully understated wedding ceremony, standing in stark contrast to the grand, headline-grabbing affairs often seen in the world of Nigerian celebrities.
Kenny Blaq shared the joyous news of his nuptials with his adoring fans via an Instagram post on a Saturday. The comedian’s Instagram feed came alive with enchanting snapshots that captured the essence of his special day.
In one mesmerizing photo, Kenny Blaq looked dapper in a white suit accentuated with striking black stripes, complemented by impeccably tailored black trousers.
He lovingly held his wife Stephanie’s delicate hand, their eyes locked in a gaze overflowing with affection. Stephanie, radiant in her resplendent wedding gown, cradled an exquisite bouquet of flowers, her dazzling smile captivating the lens of the camera.
In a heartfelt caption, Kenny Blaq expressed his gratitude to all those who played pivotal roles in crafting the splendid tapestry of his wedding’s resounding success, showing appreciation for the support and love he received from his well-wishers.
This joyous occasion comes just a few months after the comedian made headlines with his performance at a hotel during the Inauguration of President Bola Tinubu.
Interestingly, while attempting to check into the hotel, he was surprised to find a photo of the immediate past president, Muhammadu Buhari, still hanging on the wall, adding a humorous twist to his eventful journey.
Kenny Blaq’s wedding marks a beautiful new chapter in his life, celebrating love and commitment in a style that reflects his unique charm and personality.
5 shocking celebrity marriage failures that stunned Nigerians
The entertainment industry in Nigeria is teeming with extraordinarily talented individuals, including actors, singers, comedians, and other captivating performers.
Through their artistic prowess, they have captivated the hearts of countless Nigerians.
Beyond their remarkable careers, their family lives are facets that often contribute to their elevated statuses.
However, regrettably, some of these beloved celebrities have encountered challenges in their marriages.
1. Bolanle Ninalowo
Renowned Nollywood actor, Bolanle Ninalowo, recently announced the end of his 16-year marriage to Bunmi.
In a heartfelt statement shared on his Instagram page, he described this as a sad reality for him and his children, expressing his deep sorrow over the decision to dissolve the marriage.
His statement reads in part ”A sad reality I prayed, nurtured and worked tirelessly hard never to experience for the sake of all. My wife and I have decided to go our separate ways and headed for an irreconcilable marriage dissolution,” Ninalowo said.
2. Funke Akindele
The multiple award-winning actress, Funke Akindele, faced marital challenges twice.
She initially married Lagos politician Kehinde Oloyede in May 2012, but their marriage dissolved a year later.
In May 2016, she wedded Abdul Bello, a Nigerian songwriter and rapper, but their union also ended in 2022, with JJC Skillz, as he is known, citing irreparable differences.
JJC Skillz said: “Dear Friends and family, I need to let you know that Funke and I have separated. While it lasted, we shared many things and have created two beautiful children”, his post read. “The last two years have been tough for us. I have tried my best to fix things, but I believe it is beyond repair now.”
3. Korra Obidi
Korra Obidi, a talented Nigerian dancer, musician, and model, tied the knot with American chiropractor Dr. Justin Dean in 2018.
Sadly, their marriage lasted only four years, with Dean alleging verbal abuse towards their child and emotional distress as the reasons for his departure.
Dean said: “Many of you know I divorced Korra because we got into an argument and Korra says things to hurt me sometimes and she repeatedly told me that she regretted that June (their first daughter) ever been born.”
4. Tonto Dikeh
Popular Nigerian actress, singer, and humanitarian Tonto Dikeh married entrepreneur and philanthropist Olakunle Churchill in 2015.
However, their marriage faced turbulence, with Churchill accusing Dikeh of falsity and domestic violence. He cited these issues as reasons for ending the union.
Churchill said: “Our marriage was plagued with several frivolous claims of falsity, ranging from domestic violence to false allegations and all whatnot. I never laid my hands on her. I have never done that in my life before. She made up those things to discredit my philanthropic works. I am from a proper disciplined Yoruba home.”
5. Julius Agwu
Renowned Nigerian stand-up comedian, actor, and writer Julius Agwu was married to Ibiere in 2008.
Their marriage endured for 14 years, during which Agwu battled a brain tumor.
He attributed the breakdown of their marriage to his ill-health and the challenges they encountered as a result.
According to him, “I have learnt a lot about life. I don’t want to say some things but the fact is that I have grown. Life has taught me that it is important to strategise.”
These stories highlight the complexities of personal relationships even amidst public success. They serve as a reminder that celebrities, like everyone else, face their share of trials and tribulations in their journey through life.
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