Africa: I’m not scared of growing old-Omotola

Omotola Jalade Ekeinde is the face of Ghandour Cosmetics, which launched in Nigeria on July 25. In a conversation at the official launch of the range of hair products, the star actress speaks to LANRE ODUKOYA about her endorsement, the 20th anniversary of her wedding and more. How does it feel to be a brand ambassador for Ghandour Cosmetics? It’s […]

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African Entertainment: Why I performed at the Afrika Shrine – Sammie Okposo

Gospel music exponent, Sammie Okposo, was one of the guest singers at a Christian gig dubbed ‘Encounter at the Shrine’ staged by Gig Time Expressions last Saturday. He was joined by famous saxophonist, Mike Aremu, multiple award-winning singer, Mike Abdul, among other acts that graced the show. He speaks to LANRE ODUKOYA about the show, the entertainment industry this past […]

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Baba Otu Mohammed: Mighty jet winger who dribbled three Christians in a row

Nigerian football lovers, who were privileged to listen to the legendary radio commentator, late Ernest Okonkwo from the early 1970s to late 80s will not forget the name, Baba Otu Mohammed. A great dribbler, Baba Otu, as he is fondly called, remains one of the best finishers in Nigeria’s football history. He was an integral part of the then Green […]

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African Entertainment: DAKORE EGBUSON-AKANDE: Why I hid tattoo on my waist because of prying eyes

Actress, Dakore Akande nee Egbuson’s career lull is over. The elegant thespian is back on the grind with a fresh spark. Her career hiatus was occasioned by her marriage to Olumide, son of billionaire businessman, Harry Akande. She speaks with LANRE ODUKOYA about her grand return to acting, family, and other issues. You seem to like tea so much.. Oh, […]

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Nigerians visit Chelsea’s website more than British fans, says Aina

Google’s Brand Activation Lead in Sub-Saharan Africa, Lanre Aina, has revealed that more Nigerians visit Chelsea Football club website than the British. Speaking at the just concluded social media jury conference, organized by authorities in the field of ICT, Social and Entertainment, which took place at the Goethe Institute, Lagos, to deliberate on ways of moving the Country economy forward, […]

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African Entertainment: Sammie Okposo speaks..I was shaking like a child first time I performed before a crowd

With glistening dark complexion and a commanding body size, he bellows soulful songs that keep his fans fixated. His gyrations are mesmerizing with unmistakable dance steps as every pore of his skin oozes with sweat. His deep engaging eyes are captivating as he looks and inspires his audience who gyrate to his melody. The crowd rises in ecstasy, enraptured by […]

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African Entertainment: Nigeria music stars whose parents are influential

It’s no longer news that the Nigerian music industry has created lots of opportunities and threw up many great artistes, dancers and disc jockeys (DJs), who are doing great. Amongst them are children of some influential Nigerians, who ordinarily would not want to be associated with music as genre in arts. Some of them at the initial stage saw it […]

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African Entertainment: Klint Da Drunk doesn’t drink at all

His stagger is uncharacteristic of a gentleman. He manages to get on the stage nevertheless and the audience thunders in applause for him. Dressed in a white shirt revealing his slightly chiseled chest and trousers that only reach his ankles, he staggers further as he tucks his hands between the suspenders that hold his trousers to his shirt. With a […]

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Africa Drama: Nkem Owoh Speaks..JONATHAN’S INTERVENTION FUNDS FOR NOLLYWOOD SENSELESS

Not many know that famous comic actor, Nkem Owoh, is a graduate of Electrical Engineering from the University of Ilorin. The thespian of note speaks about his career while tasking government on developing Nollywood among sundry issues in this interview with FLORA ONWUDIWE. How did you come about your stage name ‘Osuofia’? Let me start by telling you that Osuofia […]

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Transgender: Dstv removes Caitlyn Jenners TV show as Nigerians protest show

MultiChoice Nigeria, owners of DStv have dropped the popular controversial transgender reality television , “I Am Cait” from its E! Entertainment channel DSTV 124 and GOtv channel 24 following complaints about the show from Nigerians. ‎ A statement released by the satellite TV company disclosed that they are aware of the concerns raised by some of their viewers regarding the […]

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