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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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Three months after marriage crash, Bolanle Ninalowo steps out with actress Damilola Adegbite (VIDEO)




Three months after announcing the end of his marriage to wife, Bunmi, actor Bolanale Ninalowo, has stepped out with actress Damilola Adegbite.

There were speculations weeks back that the pair were an item.

In an Instagram post on Wednesday, the actor confirmed the speculation by sharing a video of himself with Adegbite with the caption, “That hateful energy – too pricy! Love dont cost a thang #LovePeaceAndLightOnly. Maka 🦍 #BOLDAMEE ♥️.”

Adegbite was married to Ghanaian actor, Chris Attoh. The marriage, which produced a son, Brian, crashed in 2017.

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Sinatra’s Place, others to host maiden Computer Village Awards December 10




Sinatra’s Place, a lifestyle and entertainment hub, is set to host the maiden edition of Computer Village Awards (CVA) on Sunday, December 10.

The award was conceived by the management of S&G Concept and MetroNews Nigeria, as a reward system for players in the popular Lagos Computer Village, located in Ikeja, Lagos. The event is billed to become an annual event.

According to the Publisher of Metronews, Otunba Femi Davies, “CVA is an idea that was conceived to recognize individuals and organisations who have distinguished themselves in the industry during the year in review.”

“In reality, Lagos Computer Village is the gadget and tech hub of Nigeria. An award like this has been a long time coming. It is highly needed to encourage growth and stimulate healthy competition.”

While speaking on the categories available, Davies revealed that for the first edition, there are 24 award categories. “This inaugural award is designed to honour 24 different individuals and businesses operating in different spheres of the market,” he explained.

On the awards model, he explained that the selection process involves a jury, and to maintain the integrity of the jury, it is made up of eminent journalists, bankers, customers, and other stakeholders within the industry.

The awards, according to the organisers, will also cover social accomplishments alongside tech and financial achievements.

On the bandstand is Nigerian multiple award-winning cross-over music star, SB, who’s ready to serenade his fans with original Afrocentric musical performance.

Partners on the initiative, aside from MetroNews and Abinibi Events Cottage, include Society Reporters, Sinatra’s Place, Coca-Cola, Henessey, House 9 Hotels, Avid Waters, among other corporate sponsors.

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Just In: ICPC, police clears D’banj of N-Power fraud, rape




Popular singer, Dapo Oyebanjo, aka D’banj, has been cleared of rape and N-power fraud allegations by the Nigeria Police Force and the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission, respectively.

In separate documents exclusively obtained by our correspondent on Friday, the police and the anti-graft agency gave the singer a clean slate in separate clearance reports upon completion of investigations with incontrovertible outcomes on the innocence of the singer.

In an affidavit deposed by Toheeb Lawal of Abuja-based law firm, Law Corridor, before District Court of Abuja, wherein the reports of the NPF investigation, and clearance from the ICPC were exhibited and marked exhibits A and B, the legal practitioner averred that the police and the ICPC cleared the singer of rape and fraud allegations.

Society Reporters reports that in 2020, the singer was accused of rape and the Inspector General of Police ordered an investigation into the allegation.

In a report dated November 14, 2023 with case number CR:3000/X/FHQ/ABJ/SEB/T.1/VOL 18/284, and signed by ACP YY Abubakar of the Special Enquiry Bureau at the Force Criminal Investigations Department at the Force Headquarters in Abuja, the police said the matter was investigated but there was no evidence to substantiate the claim.

The report read in part, “The allegation was investigated.

The complainant, witnesses and suspects made their statement. Investigation was extended to the Glee Hotel Lagos, where the staff on duty on the date of the alleged incident, made their statement.

“The management and staff of the Glee Hotel averred that the first suspect was not seen in the hotel on the date of the alleged incident, neither was he given a spare key to gain access to any room in the hotel, where the complainant lodged, and they have only one key to each room, which completely debunked the allegation of the complainant. The management of the hotel also held that it had no record to show that complainant checked into the hotel as a guest on the alleged date and she did not at any time, raise alarm, complain or report any indecent, assault or rape.

“There is no medical report on the victim to ascertain that she was raped. 4There is no adduced facts and corroborative evidence to substantiate the allegation of rape against the suspect. Prima-facie offences of Indecent Assault, Rape and Intimidation is not made out.

“However, the complainant, through her counsel, Ojoge, Omileye & Partners, submitted a later dated 17th July, 2020, to the DIG Force CID, to voluntarily withdraw the petition and discontinue the investigation.”

Also, sometimes late 2022, the ICPC accused D’banj of diversion funds associated with the N-Power Programme of the Federal Government.

However, after its investigation, the ICPC said that D’banj was not guilty of any fraud allegation. In a response to an inquiry, the commission cleared D’banj of any infraction on the matter.

The clarification was dated November 29, 2023 with document number ICPC/OPS/SDD/SPT.LG/31/23.

“The commission investigated issues of fraud in the administration of the N-POWER Scheme where Mr Daniel Oladapo Oyebanjo’s name came up. However, there was no prima-facie case of fraud against him.

“Kindly be advised that Mr Daniel Oladapo Oyebanjo is not under investigation with the Commission for any fraud-related offence,” the ICPC clearance partly read.

D’banj’s lawyer, in his deposition filed before the Chief District Court of the Federal Capital Territory at Wuse Zone 2, Abuja, also averred that the singer was never a government official and never had any access to government funds and that the N-power campaign he supported was free and was never paid a penny by anyone or the government.

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