Tuesday, 26 February 2013


                        It was a gathering of the crème de la crème of the society on Sunday,24th
                February, 2013 at Oriental Hotel, Lekki, Lagos when star actress, Halima
                     Abubakar premièred her much anticipated movie, Mistresses. The event which
                                came up in the evening of that day saw people from far and wide coming
                 together to celebrate the United Nations Ambassador for Peace and Multiple
                         people's movies but has now joined the league of movie makers.

               The guests at the event were thrilled to special musical performances by
                Jaywon, Oyinkanisola, Splash, Yung Issy and Ozzy Bosco with Dee Jay Puff
                          Lala churning out the best of tunes. There were also lots to eat and drink.
                                 The evening also afforded Kogi state born Halima the opportunity to talk
                                     about her foundation, her charity projects, her philantropical gestures as
                                                  well as other areas where she has been able to put smiles on the faces of
                                               people; cutting across the rich and the less privileged in the society.

                                  The list of celebrities in attendance was endless. It included the
                      publisher of Ovation International Magazine, Basorun Dele Momodu, the
                        publisher of News of The People Magazine, Loye Amzat, Boss of Core Media
                                 Services, Jide Adediran, the president of Actors Guild of Nigeria, Ibinabo
                                                  Fiberesima, Innocent Idibia aka Tuface and wife Annie, keffy and her
                                 husband, Teddy Esosa aka Fresh Prince, Hakeem Rahman, Oge Okoye, Bob
                               Micheal, Susan Peters, Iyabo Ojo, Mercy Aigbe-Gentry, Rotimi Martins aka
                      Alariwo of Africa, Zaki Adze, Emem Isong, Jaywon, Ify Okeke, Doris
                                                                       Simon,  TONY PAYNE,
Funky Mallam, Grace Amah,eunice efole amongst other notable dignitaries.

Ali Adoyi: May Goldie’s spirit not rest yet

One of the most tragic circumstances in life is the death unprepared for; it is when a man or woman dies at the prime of his or her career. The thoughts of a wasted career, shattered dreams, impenetrable memories will take over the mind. The best anyone can do at such moment is to send reassuring, calming, and heart-warming messages to the family of the deceased. Of course, everybody wants to live to a reasonable old age as to take full advantage of their time on earth, to experience as much as they can, hence, it will be alarming to have anyone view premature death from a positive point of view.
Don’t say Goldie did not die young. She did not only die young, but also died at the peak of her career. She died when the world and Nigeria needed her most. Her death was like the fall of an Iroko tree. As far as the entertainment industry is concerned, something big and terrible has happened to the industry, and no suitable replacement can be found for Goldie.
Goldie never thought even for a day before her death that she was going to die soon, but it happened. The same is applicable to all of us. You never know when the Master will come, calling.
Now, it is despicable, unprofessional, and unethical for anyone who at the process of celebrating the artist’s exit to begin to circulate photos of her corpse on the internet. Goldie’s death must not create a forum for debate on whether corpses should be syndicated in the social media or not, it must not be seen as an avenue to launch and popularize our new blog. It is dishonourable for anyone to begin to drive for traffic with Goldie’s corpse. It appears to me as an insult to the family and to the entertainment industry for anyone to drive for twitter follower ship by tweeting and re tweeting Goldie’s corpse. What the heck is that?
How would you feel if you were Goldie’s brother or sister looking at those pictures being circuited on the net, especially now that the shock of her death is still fresh in the memories? Don’t you humanly feel anything the moment you look at those pictures? Are you not shocked that photosrevealing her embalmed body are being published in most blogs? What are the bloggers andtwitter handlers trying to say? Are they supposed to be Goldie’s obituary photos? I have seen many Obituary photos in the past, including that of my dad (his blessed), and I have noticed one common thing, most people use the best pictures of the deceased. I have never seen when a corpse is used in an obituary.
The highest insult and disregard for Goldie’s death is the photo of her corpse being circulated on the internet. The question is, what are the authors exactly looking for? What message are they trying to convey? Is that a confirmation of Goldie’s death? Is there any respect and value placed on Goldie’s remains?
I personally believe that the photos were first taken by someone who is very close to the family, for having been able to take such a close shot of her corpse. The concerned individual betrayed Goldie, her family and the rest of her friends who are still battling to escape from the fever of her death. If all we owe Goldie is to take to twitter with photos of her corpse, then we never loved her in the first place. How much value would you place on such act, compared to the exit of Goldie? Today, we all remember Goldie, tweeting rubbish about her, because her death is still fresh, but I can imagine how soon, all that will evaporate from our memories after her burial. I have seen and known the nature of some heartless Nigerians who don’t think that they can be lifeless like Goldie even in the next second. Some don’t even believe on the inevitability of death, so they smile each time the next person falls. Some hate their fellow man or woman even unto death. The ongoing display of Goldie’s corpse on the social media is obviously a sign of hatred, as those responsible for the act can even cut her corpse to pieces if empowered to do so.
Please take the photos down from whatever medium you are using, as it is ignominious. Pray for Goldie as a sign of your last respect and love. Pray for her family, her husband, and the entertainment Industry. Don’t kill and eat your neighbours  as you are no cannibals. Do you hate Goldie even unto death?
I had a dream last night, as Goldie had a cane in her hands; pursuing those, she called her enemies. By their fruits, we shall know them. Are you one of them? Goldie will kill you before you kill her the second time, if you don’t remove that dishonourable and appalling photo from your site. May her spirit not rest until you remove those photos. You can say Amen to that with a good conscience. Check yourself.

KESH (@Official_Kesh ) – NADIA + Down ft Jarmeu (Prod. by KIDOMINANT)

New music from one of Nigeria’s finest rising 
rap artiste “KESH”.  NADIA and DOWN featuring Jarmeu is a Double Single off Kesh’s (@Official_Kesh) forthcoming E.P tagged “N.A.K.E.D The E.P”  with brilliant productions from Kiddomiant

15th Annual Kennis Music Easter Festival. CANCELLED.

Due to the loss of our dear Oluwabimpe Goldie Harvey, The Management has decided not to celebrate this year's event.
The festival is hereby cancelled for 2013.
However, you can join us for a Thanksgiving service/Tribute Concert to be held at a later date.
Thank you for your understanding.


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