Thursday, 21 March 2013


Sezatti Films with the endorsement of Anambra State Ministry of Information, Culture & Tourism has announced the 1st annual Most Beautiful Girl in Anambra State Beauty Pageant.

Confident ladies aged between 18 and 26, and have a dream to become a positive role model to other young women, ambitious and compassionate are called to enter for the Face of Anambra Beauty Pageant.

There is no statistics discrimination, no stipulated height or size. This participation also cuts across those living in the rural areas.

Casting will take place in Awka, Anambra State in April 2013. The jury would comprise of individuals stemming from various industries. As such, the contestants would be judged on their intelligence, poise, talent, character and potential to become an ambassador of Anambra State.

The winner will go home with a brand new 2012 KIA RIO car, 5 days all expense paid trip to South Africa, 1 year modeling contracts Plus 1 year Government Appointment

1st Runner up will receive Cash Prize of N300,000, a brand new SamSung Galaxy Tab Smart Phone, 5 days all expense paid trip to Abuja, Plus 1 year movie & modeling contracts

2nd Runner up will smile home with a Cash Prize of N100,000, a brand new Black Berry Touch 11 Smart Phone (with 1 year BIS Subscription) and 5 days all expense paid trip to Abuja, Plus 1 Year modeling contracts
Wonderful consolation prizes will be given out which includes modeling contracts, gifts & cash Prizes.

You could be the next Face of Anambra State.

Application forms for the FACE OF ANAMBRA Beauty Pageant ends on 31st March, 2013.

TO PARTICIPATE  get your form in any Zenith Bank Nationwide at N5,500.

You can also follow us on
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Facebook: www.facebook/faceofanambra.

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Kenya team gets poor treatment in Nigeria

Kenya team gets poor treatment in Nigeria: Trains in primary school, left without security (PHOTOS)

 | March 21, 2013 0 Comments
The visiting delegation from the east African country has been disappointed by the treatment it’s gotten since arriving Lagos ahead of Saturday’s World Cup qualifier, reports.
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The Nigeria Football Federation abandoned the visiting Kenyan national team to its fate on Wednesday. The east Africans will play against the Super Eagles in Saturday’s 2014 World Cup qualification match in Calabar, Cross River State.
The Harambee Stars arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos via a Kenya Airways flight on Wednesday afternoon.
On arrival at the airport, there was not one high ranking member of the Nigeria Football Federation to receive the team for a game of such international magnitude.
Expecting to be ferried to Calabar straight away in order to begin preparations for the crucial game, the east Africans were told that the only flight that goes to the city had departed and that they would need to wait till Thursday.
They then requested that a plane be chartered for them but did not get any response from an NFF official named Alataka who was communicating with them via telephone. They said that his mobile was unreachable for prolonged periods.
The team was later taken to the Silver Grandeur Hotel, around Isolo, to lodge for the night. According to the Kenyan head of delegation Hussein Terry, the hotel owned by NFF vice president Chief Mike Umeh is “a two star hotel” and it contravened the Caf/Fifa statutes that say any visiting international team must be accommodated in at least a four star hotel.
Terry also stated that as head of delegation, a separate saloon car should have been provided for him. However, the NFF did not do such and he had to share the team’s Coaster bus.
The Kenyans also complained of being left without a security official accompanying them.
The Football Kenya Federation sent a letter of protest to the NFF. In the letter made available to, the federation’s secretary general Michael Esokwa asked the NFF to urgently address the needs of the visiting team according to agreed terms.
While not wanting to waste the opportunity of acclimatising in the humid weather, they decided to find a football field to work out. They were taken to the Ajao Estate Primary School in Oshodi.
There the team, under the watchful eyes of coach Adel Amrouche, did light jogging and stretching exercises on the dusty grounds of the primary school.
Amrouche later told that he wasn’t fazed by the poor reception that his team had been given. “T.I.A,” he said.
“This is Africa,” he explained before walking into the team bus.
Coach Adel Amrouche with captain Dennis Oliech
With the less than hospitable treatment that the east Africans have been given, many of the team officials are already talking about using it to turn the table against their opponents in Saturday’s encounter.
“We will spoil your party,” one official said. “That you’re the African champions makes us more motivated to defeat you.”
The Harambee Stars stretching inside the Ajao Estate Primary School
An accompanying journalist told “I love your country if this is how they treat visitors,” he said with sarcasm.
Celtic star Victor Wanyama with a team mate
The Kenyans will hope to get space on the Arik Air flight that departs for Calabar on Thursday in order to settle down in the Canaan City ahead of their game on Saturday.
For them, it’s far from Uhuru.
Kenya team without security as it trains in Lagos primary school

Calabar boat mishap: 29 rescued so far – Emergency official

Calabar boat mishap: 29 rescued so far – Emergency official

 | March 21, 2013 0 Comments
Emergency official on Thursday said twenty-nine people, including two who survived by clinging to a cooking gas cylinder, have been rescued after a boat capsized off Malabo, Equatorial Guinea waterways, about 40 nautical miles off the coast of Calabar, Cross River State, last week with about 166 people on board.
Calabar boat sinking
According to the head of Cross Rivers State Emergency Management Agency, Vincent Aquah: “We have 29 survivors so far from the (Friday) boat accident.”
According to eyewitnesses, the passengers were travelling in a ‘giant-sized wooden boat’ from Oron in Akwa Ibom State to Gabon, when it capsized on the Malabo waterways.

Monday, 18 March 2013

Wife kills husband for impregnating young girlfriend

Wife kills Millionaire husband for impregnating young girlfriend

A housewife, who allegedly masterminded the gruesome murder of her husband in Port Harcourt, Rivers State is now telling the State Police Command all she knows about the crime.

It was gathered that the woman hid the alleged killers in their house before her husband returned from work, having told them that he was “a strong man” whose powers needed to be neutralised before they carried out the evil operation.

Naeto C & Nicole celebrate baby shower in the US

Naeto C & Nicole celebrate baby shower in the US

The two are currently in U.S.A where we are expecting that their unborn baby should be delivered.kudos to them

Saturday, 16 March 2013





[1.] Jamb registration which commence late last year has been affirm to close on 24 this month, those who have not registered are advised to go and do so before the registration for the exam will close on 24th of March

[2.] For those Sending Us Mails on How they Can Change their Course/Institution, Jamb Change of Course/Institution Form will be out Second Week after the Exam has been Written, Form cost N2,500

Goodluck to you all Sitting for this Year Jamb.

+ Do not Choose Two Federal Institution e.g OAU and University of Ibadan as First and Second Choice instead Choice OAU or University of Ibadan as your First Choice and One State Uni as your Second Choice. If you've made that Mistake, You need the Change of Course/Institution Form.

More Tips Coming for the Jambites Soonest.

=> Share this Post on Facebook and also Tweet on Twitter, You might be Saving Someone from Sitting at Home for another 365 Days. #God Bless you as you do So

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Photos-Nicki Minaj strips down for Elle Magazine

 I love the new Nicki Minaj.She looks so beautiful and natural in her new ELLE shoot.According to her ‘When I saw myself with barely any makeup at, it was such a… like, I'm so, so attached to my pink lipstick, it's hard. I feel that it's become a part of me,To go in front of the camera, without pink lips or big ol' crazy lashes— you know, nothing— I felt naked. It was scary! So this photo shoot was a real accomplishment in my eyes.’

More photos after the cut..

Friday, 15 March 2013

2face and Annie receives a jeep from Akwa ibom governor as a wedding gift



According toWilson Uwujaren, spokesman of the organization said the five-man gang lived in Enugu, in the heartland of the Eastern region and gave their names as: Uche Nwakor, 27; Ejikeme Oluchukwu, 30; Ifeanyi Ejikeme, 28; Nnamani Ikechukwu,30 and Ibe Kodili and said they “are alleged to be serial scammers who have defrauded several victims.”


See what Malawi ladies did to Peter Okoye

He is not to be blame,the duo are awesome...

Thursday, 14 March 2013

Youth corper asked to leave NYSC camp for refusing to wear trousers

Youth corper asked to leave NYSC camp for refusing to wear trousers

Read this report from Vanguard and tell us what you think.
Reactions have started trailing the decamping of 2013 Batch A, female corps member, Ms Tolu Ekundayo, by the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Ogun State for wearing skirt at the Shagamu orientation camp.
In a press conference organised by Ekundayo’s church, Faith Revival Apostolic Church, FRAC, in Lagos, the expelled corps member  said she was asked to leave the camp at about 11.00pm on March 8, 2013 by the Ogun State NYSC Co-ordinator, for her refusal to put on trousers.
She explained that her refusal to wear trousers was not in disobedience to NYSC authorities but in line with her belief and faith in God.

Nigerian Idol 3 Top 6 performances

Nigerian Idol 3 Top 6 performances

Sunday night on Nigerian Idol 3, sponsored by Etisalat Nigeria, was totally ethnic to the core! From Ankara shoes to strictly local songs, the Top 6 contestants gave their Nigerian best. Were you aware it was the Nigerian Music Week? It was hard not to laugh at the judges and host, Ill Rhymz when their baby photos appeared on the screen, just before performances started on the Top 6 Gala Show.


"Whoever wants to marry me should come with a diamond ring"-Cossy Ojiakor In this interview,Cossy talks about her love for Mikel Obi,her parents reaction to her lifestyle and her album Do you have a boy friend? That is personal. It is not for public consumption. So when are you planning to get married? I cannot marry myself. When I get a proposal then I will consider it. For now, nobody has proposed to me. I am still waiting for the right guy. Whoever he is should come along with a diamond ring. You never can tell.

"Whoever wants to marry me should come with a diamond ring"-Cossy Ojiakor

In this interview,Cossy talks about her love for Mikel Obi,her parents reaction to her lifestyle and her album

Do you have a boy friend?
That is personal. It is not for public consumption.

So when are you planning to get married?
I cannot marry myself. When I get a proposal then I will consider it. For now, nobody has proposed to me. I am still waiting for the right guy. Whoever he is should come along with a diamond ring. You never can tell.


Lmaoooo ..According to someone who posted this on FB,this happened at the police station close to the Old market,Sokoto State. The policemen heard the sound of guns which sounded like bombs,thinking they were about to be attacked by Bokoharam,they took to their heels.
The DPO (in blue)flew over the fence.Turned out the scare was caused by just armed Robbers.
Did I just say just?Lol

Dr Sid unfollows everyone on twitter

Dr Sid just surprised us by unfollowing everyone on twitter.who knows what he's up to this tym ....

Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Enugu State Governor's Son Set To Marry His Heartthrob

Enugu state governor's son has found his wife to be and are set to do their wedding and traditional ceremony so that he can take home his wife from Nnewi,Anambra State cos he can't wait

Tuesday, 12 March 2013

LEAK: Yung6ix – Control Number

Off the 6IX O’CLOCK album comes this unreleased single from Yung6ix titled “Control Number”. The Storm Records rapper has been working hard in the studio with the aim of putting out an album before the end of 2013. I’ve heard some of the joints on his album and I can tell you they’re fierce!!! Expect a collaboration with M.I, produced by 6ix himself.
“Control Number” has all the required elements to make it a commercial success. All it takes is the right push. This is a certified jam!
Yung6ix NJO pic



MI Signs Female DJ (DJ Lambogini) To His Label, Loopy Music

MI Signs Female DJ (DJ Lambogini) To His Label, Loopy Music

Loopy Music: home to Ruby, Threadstone and Loose Kaynon is pleased to announce to you the Label’s newest signing DJ LAMBOGINI.
She has been the official DJ for the The Chairman, MI for about a year now. She equally opens for Chocolate City’s Dj Caise and has also performed some major events in the past year.
She was recently nominated for the African female Dj award at the African Global DJ Awards in South Africa (AGDA).

Abuja Young Entrepreneurs Awards 2013 Comes on

View the Full List of Aspirants for the 2013 Abuja Young Entrepreneurs Awards

Posted on Monday, March 11th, 2013 at 4:12 PM By Jennifer Obiuwevbi
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Abuja get ready! The countdown to the 2013 edition of the Abuja Young Entrepreneurs Awards (AYE Awads) has finally begun. The awards which will hold this April is sure to be a great night of celebration, glamour, entertainment and recognition of outstanding individuals and groups in the metropolis.
The event will be organised by Fusion Lifestyle Limited and will be infused with music from top Nigerian musicians, comedy and a fashion show. Awards will be given in 13 categories as well as 3 honorary awards for outstanding entrepreneurship and philanthropy.
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The founder of the awards Samiah Oyekan-Ahmed believes “There has been a recent boom in entrepreneurship in young individuals in Abuja. These enterprising individuals have taken the bold and risky step towards self sustenance, becoming employers of labour and inadvertently driving the economy. Despite all these, they are not privy to the same recognition and support as their counterparts in other cities”. He said concerning the awards that “The AYE Awards were created to celebrate these young achievers and place them on a platform for the rest of the country, and indeed the world to see, whilst also encouraging the younger generation to see entrepreneurship as a viable and satisfying life option”.
Voting is well under way and you can cast yours at where full details of the awards are available.
Date: Friday 19th April 2013
Venue: Abuja International Conference Centre, Herbert Macaulay Road, Off Tafawa Balewa Way, Garki, Abuja
Check out the full list for this years AYE Awards:
Fashion and Design:
Ogwa Iweze and Ofure Adive (Dzyn Couture)
Fati Aliyu-Garba  (House of Farrah)
Tessy Uyah (Serendipity)
Jennifer Adhigije (House of Silk)
Hudayyah Fadul (Hudayyah Couture)
Fashion Accessories:
Ibok Offiong (Verche L’Art Cessoire)
Nneamaka  Nwosisi (Maknisy collections)
Elizabeth Eminue-Abasiekong (Add Ons Accessories)
Fatima Maida (Fati Maida)
Tinu Oluleye (JamesLully)
Food and Drink:
Dayo Obasanjo (café 24)
Umma Mohammed (Cupcake cutie)
Muna Okam (Chloe’s cupcake heaven)
Ameena and Zara Indimi (Tulip foods)
Hadeeza Remawa (Suhjuiced)
Jumoke and Lilly Abayomi (Ketchup Café)
Media and Arts:
Matilda Duncan
Aisha Augie-Kuta
Rahima Gambo (
Ejike Emmanuel (
Brite Saiki (New Africa magazine)
Hospitality and Event Management:
Ufuoma Bozimo (Red Diamond events)
Lilly Abayomi (Lilly’s concept)
Hauwa Alfa (Alfa showers)
Christine Ogbeh (The Wedding Guru/Q box)
Jefferson Okoroafor (The PR company)
Health and Fitness:
Helen Nji (Zumba Fitness)
Mimi marwa and Rahama Babangida (Deva Petals)
Nanaye Ogoina ( Ultimate Fitness Bootcamp)
Mima Angulu (Krump dance studios)
Jide Okerayi (St Ola makeovers)
Fatima Mamza (Mamza beauty)
Ameerah Abraham (The Nail bar)
Omolola Fakeye (POPS concept/The Make Up fair series)
Mimi Marwa and Rahama Babangida ( Deva Petals)
Barakah Saleh (Oakland School)
Bright Jaja (REDANCE Africa)
Mosun Jegede (Cradle 2 Crayon/ Springhall British school)
Ayima Lott (Aduvie Montessori)
Aisha Gumel (Playhouse daycare)
Onoja Delphino (Delphino entertainment)
Fred Bright
Chioma Omeruah (Chigurl)
Mohammed Jamal (White Nigerian)
The Runway team
Specialized Services:
Hauwa  Alfa (Alfa showers)
Godfrey Ibeakanma (GI model agency)
Halima Gidado-mijindadi (Brides and babies)
Lola Akogun and Comfort Booth-Osigbemeh (Scentsual)
Titi Iman Idris-Kutigi (Bel Afrique)
Information and Communications Technology:
Aisha Aliyu (Design by Digo)
Owuno Ogbeh (Dangerfield studios)
Femi Alade (Pliris Mobile
Okeke Nicky Jonas ( Fortec investment)
Water support charity organization (JDL)
Adaora Nwodo (Miss Dee for sickle cell)
Nkechi Azinge and Jake Okechukwu (Sickle cell aid foundation)
Amina Danyaro (Help the north)
Muslimah Global Foundation.
Young Entrepreneur of the year:
Wanger Ayu (Designer’s market place)
Christine Ogbeh (The wedding guru/Qbox)
Jefferson Okoroafor (The PR company)
Muna Okam (Chloe’s cupcake heaven)
Ameerah Abraham (The Nail bar)
The AYE awards is sponsored by: VLISCO, Oriental Energy Resources, Vanilla Restaurant, Studio 24, Zaina Nigeria Limited, Abuja Investments CompanyLimited, Just Unique, Hawthorn Suites, IRS airlines, Innate Arts and Media

7 Tips to Getting the Recognition You Deserve

7 Tips to Getting the Recognition You Deserve

Posted on Tuesday, March 12th, 2013 at 12:00 PM By Kome Olori Agulonu
Do you work very hard yet you are continually passed over for promotions? Does your boss treat you like a little girl instead of an equal? Here are seven steps to help you get the recognition you deserve:
Speak Out- Research shows that women are faster thinkers than men. That means that you are likely to have a right solution before any man arrives at it. The problem though is that many of us are so afraid of being wrong that we keep our thoughts to ourselves until it is too late. In fact we are more likely to whisper it to the man sitting next to us only to feel bad when he gets the credit that is rightfully ours.
That does not mean you blab out the first thing that comes to your head in the hope of being right. It simply means that the next time you think you might be on to something; don’t be afraid to speak loud and clear.
Don’t Borrow work- We agree that the work place is all about team work. While this is good and fair, it poses a danger to women who often start out helping colleagues, only to find that they have inherited the project. The funny part is that many women are reluctant, maybe afraid to return the work to the real assignee. Helping from the side line is a skill we women need to pick up-‘eleru gbe eru e
Being a helper is not the same as being the doer. Truly no one keeps tabs of the late nights you spent doing someone else work! They only care if you are the one presenting the results. Having said that, be careful not to come across as unhelpful. Bear in mind that what you want is an assignment that gives you the chance to shine. Ask others to help you along the way while retaining ownership. The key difference being that no one can forget your achievement when it is done.
Blow Your own Trumpet- There was this song we used to sing in Sunday school when I was a child. It started with our teacher (Aunty Geraldine) telling us “everybody blow your trumpet” to which we all promptly responded by singing (as loud as we could) “…pa…ra…ra…ra… ra.. ra..ra….”
Now as adults, it appears that men had a secret lesson with Aunty Geraldine where they not only learned to blow their trumpets but to do it without remorse. A man will even tell you how he won a golf game over the weekend, what award his child got recently or how he/she learned to count backwards from hundred. The problem is that while a man takes pride in telling everyone about his accomplishments, most ladies stand locked lips in bashfulness! Where we picked that trait, I don’t know. What I know, is that this difference in attitudes makes it look like men are doing so much more and better than women.
As a woman who wants to get ahead, it is necessary. No, it is imperative that you are able to talk about what you are doing and how you are succeeding at work! Pause…you must be able to do it without sounding boastful.
Keep your Boss in the Loop-A good way to let your boss know and remember what you are doing is to have frequent meetings. It does not have to be a ‘big do’. A few minutes spent chatting about what you are working on each week should suffice.
Does he not know? You ask.
He probably does. Then again, he might not. Unless he is a micro manager, there is no way your boss can know everything you do each day, what obstacles you face or when you are likely to complete a task.
In addition, it gives you the opportunity to blow your trumpet some more (in a milder way) of course! If for no other reason, you appear more confident if you don’t wait to be asked.
Accept Praise- Not long ago, I attended a business networking cum social with a friend. On arrival, we hooked up with a group of his former colleagues (4 men and 1 lady) whom he swiftly introduced me to. Soon we were talking about Excel programming, VBA and other necessary evils (sure things for analysts to gush about). But that is not the main gist.
The main gist is that apparently the lady-kemi was the best VBA user in the group after she wowed her colleagues on a huge project they finished a few weeks back. What amazed and annoyed me (which I couldn’t show) was how kemi refuted the praise by saying “I really didn’t do anything big”
I was gobsmacked! Why would anyone work so hard, and then refuse the praise? That is not humility or modesty! It is pure foolishness because if you refute praise by running down your achievement, how will anyone believe that you are capable of handling bigger things? How will they know that you spent many nights figuring out the answers? That you deserve a huge bonus? That you should be promoted?
The ability to trigger then accept praise is what puts men like Richard Branson in the news: definitely a skill worth learning.
One-to-One- If you are trying to change things for the better yet your boss seems insusceptible to your strategic approach, then may be it is time for a one-to-one meeting with him or her. This is definitely more serious than your weekly chats. This time you will need to book (formerly) a meeting so that you can discuss in private.
In the meantime, you need to practise your speech-in front of the mirror. Nothing can ruin this meeting faster than you getting emotional and crying! (Especially if your boss is a man) You don’t want to appear like a little girl before him.
You need to explain as calmly as possible how and why you feel undervalued. Buttress your point with relevant examples but as much as you can, do not play the victim card! All that matters here is you drawing your boss’s attention to a problem.
Exit Plan-So you have had a ‘grown up’ conversation with your boss about how you feel. You wait a few weeks, at least till something new happens. For example, a big advertising account you bagged. Still you get no thanks or your boss steals your thunder by claiming he did the hard part by assigning you in the first place.
This is not the time to ponder or wonder….it is time to make an exit plan. Fast!
There is no need to be sad or angry (hard as it sounds) it will cloud your judgment. Keep doing your job while you think (and pray) about what you need to do. Gradually reduce the amount of work you take home so that you have time to polish your CV, research, hook up with contacts.
Take as long as you need; you don’t want to jump from frying pan to fire. Hopefully you will get a better position soon.
However, no matter how bad the situation gets during your search, do not throw caution to the wind. Do not get sloppy at work. Do not use your office computer or telephone for your job search. Do not breathe a word of your intent to your colleagues (except close friends) and when the time comes to leave, please do not look back.
Statistics shows that 80% of employees are dissatisfied or think they are undervalued at work. Despite that, 69% of them stay on with their current employer.
Photo Credit:
Kome Olori Agulonu is a writer and business analyst. She is also the CEO of Chunky Jewels, a brand of unique, handmade, African inspired costume jewellery sold in the United Kingdom. You can follow her on twitter @komeolori or email her at

P-Square goes into oil business

P-Square goes into oil business?

Peter Okoye posted the photo on the right on his instagram page this evening and captioned it - Hustle must continue....Oil business tinz. Then posted the one on the right with the caption... More business #oilsector.

Is he announcing P-Square's foray into the oil business? You know they are giving oil wells anyhow these days...hehe. *kidding* But good for them!

8 year old schoolboy marries 61 year old woman in South Africa

Monday, March 11, 2013

8 year old schoolboy marries 61 year old woman in South Africa

And Joan Rivers has something to say about it. Lol. An 8 year old schoolboySanele Masilela, married 61 year-old married mother of five, Helen Shabangu, over the weekend, because the ghost of his dead ancestor told him to and his family, fearing divine retribution, organized a quick wedding.

Defending the wedding, Sanele's family said it's not legally binding, it was just a ritual. They didn't sign a marriage certificate and won't live together. Sanele's 46yr old mum, Patience Masilela said:
'This is the first time this has happened in the family. Sanele is named after his grandfather, who never had a white wedding before he died so asked Sanele to get married. He chose Helen because he loves her. By doing this we made the ancestors happy. If we hadn't done what my son had asked then something bad would have happened in the family. I didn't have a problem with it because I know it's what the ancestors wanted and it would make them happy.
TF? Lol. See more photos from the wedding after the cut...


Sunday, 10 March 2013

Sarkodie features Tiwa Savage on new single ‘Ordinary Love’

Sarkodie & Tiwa SavageGhanaian B.E.T award winner Sarkodie is doing well to feature some of the big names in the Nigerian music industry in his music. Sarkodie has so far made hit songs with Davido, Ice Prince, M.I, and Wizkid which are still making waves on the continent.
In recent times, Sarkodie has done lots of with Efya but has decided to feature Nigeria’s Tiwa Savage on a new, yet-to-be released single. The track, ‘Ordinary Love’ will be released soon and is expected to make waves in Ghana, Nigeria and across the continent.

Tiwa Savage, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter who is currently signed to Sony/ATV Music Publishing and Mavin Records. She co-wrote the track “Collard greens and Cornbread” on Fantasia Barrino’s Grammy-nominated album Back to Me.
The newly engaged musician is also signed to Sony USA Record Label
In a related story, the two time Ghana Music Awards artiste of the year will release the video of his much talked about ’Illuminati’ track soon.
Sarkodie & Tiwa Savage

Win tickets to the Bovi Man on Fire show

Win tickets to the Bovi Man on Fire show

The most anticipated stand up comedy show, Bovi Man On Fire  takes place today Sunday March 10th at Eko Hotel. I have a few tickets for my lucky readers..You just have to answer the very simple questions below,and of course you have to be a true BOVI fan 

-Name 3 artistes performing on the Bovi Man on Fire show
-Name the first Bovi skit I published on Miss Petite Nigeria (or) name 3 bovi comedy skits published on this site
-What's Bovi's official twitter handle
-How did I cry when I was born"nyeeeee,or yeeepa(LOL) disregard this oh..
First 5 people to give right answers win(Please use your name)Thanks and goodluck.
I'll announce the winners by 4pm


See what Genevieve wore to AMVCA yesterday.What word do you have for her????

Saturday, 9 March 2013