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AMAA on its 10th anniversary, The African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA), one of the continent’smost sought after awards for filmmakers has announced the 2014 nominees-and it promises to be a very keen contest.   The nominations were announced at a grandiose ceremony held inside a luxuriantly decorated Emperor Palace Hotel, in Johannesburg, South Africa, and was attended by first-class stars, government officials and captains of industry ... Read More »


“YOU USED JUJU ON ME”- TCHIDI “GOD WILL JUDGE YOU AND ME”- SOPHIA Barely one week after he entered  into a  traditional marriage with actress Nuella Njibigbo,  Actor/Director,Tchidi Chikere and his former wife, Sophia have taken to twitter-throwing dirt, left, right and centre with reckless abandon. It was Tchidi who fired the first salvo through a series tweets. He accused ... Read More »

New Michael Jackson album coming in May: ‘Xscape’

Eight previously unheard Michael Jackson songs will be released on a new album in May, Epic Records announced Monday. The late pop icon’s music has been “contemporized” by several producers who Epic Chairman L.A. Reid believes have the “gravitas, depth and range to creatively engage with Jackson’s work,” the announcement said. Fans can preorder the new album, titled “Xscape,” on ... Read More »


The whole hall was packed full with celebrities. Governor Babatunde Fashola (SAN) and wife, Abimbola, Billionaire Aliko Dangote, Femi Otedola, Wale Tinubu and Abdulsamad Rabiu were all inside that Special Marque at the Tafawa Balewa Square during the grand reception to celebrate the Asiwaju of Nigerian Banking, Otunba Michael Subomi Balogun. None of the super stars mentioned above ruffled any ... Read More »


A special song initiated to support a campaign to boost agriculture across Africa titled “Cocoa na Chocolate is now ready for music lovers to savour-and pass on the message. The Song which is part of a massive “Do Agric, it pays”  campaign by ONE.ORG is  aimed at adding some zest to the Agriculture industry and appeal to African youths that ... Read More »

NYPD Crashes Davido’s Show

The New York Police Department NYPD shut down Davido’s concert which held at Pulse 48 in Brooklyn last night March 28th. Reasons were because the concert was overcrowded, leading to safety concerns. Crowd from Davido’s concert caused the shut down of two blocks in Brooklyn, forcing the cops to intervene. Davido is on his US/Canada Tour 2014 and the New ... Read More »

Iyanya to launch foundation for orphans

Nigerian Artiste and former project fame winner, Iyanya Mbuk, has announced the launch of his social responsibility project  ’The Iyanya Foundation’, which will cater to orphans and less privileged members of society. Iyanya, himself an orphan, says he’s hoping to use the NGO to help orphans across the country make their lives better. He wrote on his Instagram page ‘(I’m) One ... Read More »

AMVCA Best Actor, Tope Tedela was not paid for award winning role

Tope Tedela has allegedly not been paid for the role that got him the AMVCA 2014 Best Actor award. Minutes after the actor got his award for his role in ‘A Mile from Home, respected journalist, Olumide Iyanda, wrote on Twitter, ‘Did you know that Tope Tadela has not been paid for the role that got him the #AMVCA Best Actor ... Read More »

Tuface Rings Last Closing Bell of 2103 at Nigeria Stock Exchange

Tuface Idibia ringing the bell at the NSE yesterday

Tu Face Rings Last Closing Bell In 2013 At Nigeria Stock Exchange Nigerian superstar artiste, Tuface Idibia was yesterday given the special honour of ringing the closing bell to signal the close of business for the year at the Nigerian Stock Exchange. Tuface Idibia ringing the bell at the NSE yesterdayTuface Idibia ringing the bell at the NSE yesterday The ... Read More »

Groups kick against the promotion of imorality during Calarbar carnival

Imoke suspends commissioners, aides for shunning HIV/AIDS event

The Christian Youth Group (CYG) led by Reverend Theodore Effiong has kicked against the yearly Calabar claiming that it has led to the alarming increase of teenage pregnancy, drug abuse and child abandonment. The group which staged a protest at the Government House in Calabar, also questioned the rationale of holding Carnivals on Sundays, stating that this was detrimental to ... Read More »