Monday, 17 June 2013

Joan Okorodudu (Isioma Elumelu) receiving award from Fashion TV, presented by Michel Adam, for her best representation of Africa, Nigeria Fashion.

FashionTV Nightlife Awards ft. Michel Adam, Ania J | Cannes Film Festival 2013 | FashionTV

Charlyboy Foundation unveils Zonal Essay Competition ahead of 63rd birthday

Extending its humanitarian projects to secondary schools, the Charlyboy foundation will be unveiling its first zonal essay competition at the artist’s Punk Palace, Gwarinpa, Abuja on June 18, 2013.
The Foundation has continued to empower young and aspiring Nigerians at different levels. It is no longer news that the Foundation is currently responsible for the training of many undergraduates across different Universities in the country. This, according to the coordinator of the CB Foundation, Princess Ezeokoli, was born out of the passion and desire of the Charlyboy brand to keep smiles on the faces of depressed Nigerians who have continued to struggle out of the pervasive poverty that now characterize the Nigerian system.
Our correspondent has gathered that over 20 secondary schools in the FCT will converge at the Charlyboy Boulevard, Gwarinpa to receive various awards for the competition. Sources have revealed that the foundation will be empowering three best students who are able to do justice to the topic earlier sent to the participating schools.
According to Joy Egbunu, CBF event resource person, the event shall introduce Charlyboy’s 63rd birthday, which holds on 19 June. According to Joy, the empowerment scheme almost coincides with the brands birthday, an indication that the best way to mark someone’s birthday is to affect a life. Speaking on the significance of the essay topic, Chizoba Okpara, CBF Progamme Officer said, the topic, “Let no one kill your dream” is significant to the lives of these young ones who may have started battling with career choice already. Charlyboy’s continuous zeal of holding onto his dream is worthy of emulation, hence the topic. ‘
The event is being supported by AIT, Indomie, 7up, Mr. Biggs, Alliance for Credible Elections, Imperialinc Concepts Ltd, Ropopo water, Drumstix, Halogen and DJ Emmy.

Tayo Sobola aka Sotayo Hits Location For “Corper Jide”

Still basking in the euphoria of the huge buzz and success recorded by her first self-produced movie“Arewa Onijogbon”, pretty video vixen turned actress is set to hit the location for her second movie with the working title “Corper Jide”.

The fast rising actress popularly called Sotayo in the Nigerian entertainment circle is leaving no stone un-turn to make sure the success of this new film surpasses that of “Arewa Onijogbon”. Elated Sotayoexplained, “I never expected Arewa Onijogbon to go this far because I was only experimenting with the project. The reception by fans and movie watchers was enormous and the movie had rave reviews both from the media and from people that watched it”, she stated.


Here's presenting 3 Brand New singles from Nigeria's Never say Die Rapper Eedris Abdulkareem.
The first track he dedicates to Fela citing some still relevant issues in the society which Fela talked about, He collaborated with Fela's 1st Son Femi Kuti.

The second track {Shekere} which features Vector and Midi of Jukebox is more like a party track which Eedris is also known for.
The 3rd track"New Edo" is more of a project song in reference to Comrade Adams Oshiomole of Edo State.

Fela and Shekere produced by SOSO BEAT.
New Edo produced by Nasty Bit.
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Photos: Arsenal Striker, Theo Walcott Marries Childhood Sweetheart In FairyTale Wedding

Sweethearts: Theo Walcott and Melanie Slade got married in a castle in Tuscany on Saturday Sweethearts: Theo Walcott and Melanie Slade got married in a castle in Tuscany on Saturday
Arsenal striker, Theo Walcott, tied the knot in front of a handful of his team-mates in a Tuscan castle on Saturday. The 24-year-old forward married Melanie Slade at the fairytale ceremony at Castello Di Vincigliata in Florence, 10 years after the couple met while Walcott was at Southampton.Guests were asked not to bring gifts but instead to donate to the Willow Foundation, set up by Arsenal legend Bob Wilson and Macmillan Cancer Support after Melanie’s sister Sarah was diagnosed with kidney cancer at 16.

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