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HOME SWEET HOME, is a family event, a cultural carnival, which awakens our lost pride for our culture.

Africa is blessed with variety of culture. As one moves from one region to another in Nigeria, one experiences diversified rich culture. From food to wine, dressing and dance steps. Or is it the different masquerades? These rich cultural heritage are fast fading out, courtesy borrowed culture. Our children only get excited, perhaps frightened, dependent on the scenario, at the mention of (EGUNGU CALABAR) masquerade. This they might never have sighted.

It’s clear evidence that our culture excites us. It thrills our children.

HOME SWEET HOME. …Our Culture, Our Pride, will sure take us back memory lane and create something to remember for the children. The food will be traditionally classic. The likes of Ekpang Nkukwo, Afia Efere, coconut Rice, Local Fish etc, from the masters of the game, hospitality. Our non adulterated palm wine will be drank with local calabash (does it remind you of something?). Our beautiful and flamboyant masquerades, like Ekpo, Ekpe, Ntok odio-odio, Ekpo Ntok etc will be on parade with beautiful dance steps. Then the Ekombi dance, Asian Ubo-ikpa, Itembe, Ubom Isong etc are dances you wouldn’t want to miss, not for all the tea cups in China. Just to add a little spice to pure culture, the life band will be on stage to give some evergreen tunes. And selected musical legends will put you on your feet with live performances.

HOME SWEET HOME, a cultural carnival, slated for December 27, at The People’s Club, 21 Ajao Road, off Ogunlana Drive, Surulere Lagos. 11:00AM to 6:00PM.

It promises to be a full day of leisure and relaxation with family and friends.

Online Tickets;

Offline Ticket Sales; The following Sweet Sensation outlets: (i) Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island. (ii) Awolowo Road, Ikoyi. (iii)Bode Thomas, Surulere. (iv) Alagomeji, Yaba. Also; Genesis Deluxe Cinemas. The Palms Victoria Island. U.S. Polo Ikeja Mall. U.S. Polo Adeniran Ogunsanya Mall.


Regular —- N1,000. Children —- N500. V.I.P —-N2,500. Family Table —- N25,000.

Uwem Umoh, the host is a famous actor, especially with the Akwa Ibom and Cross River States language movies. (AKWACROSS FILMS). The Lead Consultant/CEO, SOLITAIRE MEDIA ENTERTAINMENT LTD.

you can’t have it better.

…Our Culture, Our Pride.

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After 41 years, Mike Ejeagha’s classic “Gwo Gwo Gwo Ngwo” sparks viral dance challenge …….. As celebrities storms his Enugu home with cash gifts.




Nigerian folklore music legend, Gentleman Mike Ejeagha, has taken social media by storm as his timeless highlife song, “Gwo Gwo Gwo Ngwo”, has sparked a viral dance challenge among content creators and celebrities worldwide.

The dance moves appear to have become a challenge, with many people creating versions of it after popular comedian and content creator, Brain Jotter, pioneered the challenge.

The decades-old song has experienced a remarkable resurgence on TikTok and other social media platforms.

The song’s deep meaning and rich representation of Igbo culture have resonated with today’s generation, propelling it to viral status.

A global competition has emerged, with users showcasing their creativity and talent using the song.

Social media users including celebrities have continued to jump on the dance move, “Gwo Gwo Gwo Ngwo”.

Super Falcons’ star and FC Bay footballer, Asisat Oshoala, and some teammates, in an Instagram post, were seen making the dance moves after they touched down in Bordeaux before the opening ceremony of the 2024 Olympics.

Former Big Brother Naija housemate and actor, Tobi Bakre, also took to the dance challenge with his wife.

Other celebrities, Nollywood actors, dancers, comedians, entertainers, content creators have also jumped on the latest dance trend.

NAN reports that this unexpected boost has brought Gentleman Mike Ejeagha’s 41-year-old song back into the spotlight.

Mike Ejeagha is now 93 years old and he released the song in 1983.

The song is an enchanting Igbo folklore tune that narrates the story of Enyi (the elephant) and Mbe (the tortoise).

In this tale, the cunning tortoise outsmarts the powerful elephant and sells him to the king, there by securing the hand of the princess in marriage.

The tortoise is a recurrent figure in Igbo folklore, often depicted as clever and shrewd.

The song’s catchy chorus, “Enyi Na Aga, Gwo Gwo Gwo Ngwo,” reflects the tortoise’s triumphant deceit as he leads the Elephant to the king.

NAN also reports that well-meaning Nigerians are paying homage to Mike Ejeagha in his house, he has been receiving cash gifts.

Unconfirmed reports suggested that Brain Jotter gifted him cash and a car.

The skit has become Brain Jotter’s most viewed video on Instagram, amassing an impressive four million likes and 500,000 comments.

This phenomenon has not only introduced Gentleman Mike Ejeagha’s music to a new audience but also cemented his legacy as a pioneer of Nigerian folklore music.

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The ADERONKE OMO DAIRO FOUNDATION (AOD) is thrilled to announce its highly anticipated Miss Ibadan grand finale event, set to take place on Saturday 3rd of August 2024 at SOPHIA EVENT PLACE, Joke plaza besides trans amusement park,Bodija Ibadan. This spectacular evening will showcase the grace, talent, and poise of our exceptional finalists as they compete for a LAND PROPERTY in Ibadan with other amazing prizes.


The grand finale promises to be an unforgettable evening of glamour and excitement, featuring dazzling performances, stunning outfits , and impressive talent displays. Attendees can expect a night filled with elegance, entertainment,Award presentation and inspiration as we celebrate the achievements and dedication of our contestants throughout this prestigious competition.


“This is the second edition of the competition and as we have shown exceptional talent, grace, and determination in the previous edition , we are increasing the tempo this year” said AOD, The Queen Mother Miss Ibadan . “The grand finale is the culmination of months of hard work and preparation, and we are excited to see who will be crowned our next Ibadan Beauty Queen ”


The event will also feature special guest performances, celebrity judges, and opportunities for attendees to mingle with pageant royalty and industry insiders. Guests should look forward to a red carpet reception, photo opportunities, and a chance to witness the crowning moment live.


Tickets for the grand finale are now available :

Standard 3k

Gold table of 8 – 85k

Silver table of 8 – 125k

VIP table of 6 – 180k

VVIP table of 6 – 250k.


Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this extraordinary evening celebrating beauty, talent, and empowerment.


For more information about the Miss Ibadan grand finale contact: 09040000076

For ticket : Make payment to this account:6615539480



Kindly send your proof of payment on WhatsApp(09040000076) for verification


Join us for an evening of glamour, talent, and inspiration at theMiss Ibadan 2024 grand finale. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Olamide rejected N100 million I gave him for a verse – Tiwa Savage




Popular songstress, Tiwa Savage has disclosed that Olamide rejected N100 million for a verse in her song.

Tiwa in a post on her Instagram page on Wednesday, explained that Olamide, the owner of the YBNL record label, rejected the money after his management billed her.

She noted that Olamide didn’t charge her because of his knowledge of the hardships that female artistes face in the music industry.

Speaking on their sibling-like bond, Tiwa appreciated the rapper for exhibiting his helpful and caring personality towards her.

“I was talking to his management, I did not want to talk to him directly because he would want to do it for free. I was willing to pay and his team charged me N100m. When Olamide asked them who the artiste was, he just said NO. He won’t take it.

“He said I’m his sister and he knows how difficult it is for a woman to make it in the industry. And guess what? He gave the verse for free. Good people exist and Baddo is one,” she said.


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