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Basorge Tariah, Kate Henshaw return as Do-Good premières

Renowned actor, BasorgeTariah Jnr. is returning to the silver screen as Africa Magic premieres its new Pidgin English sitcom, Do-good,on Monday, 6 July, 2015. Do-good, which is a spin-off of a popular Nigerian drama series of the 1990s, features the exploits of the titular character Do-good, played by Tariah, who returns from a sojourn abroad to woo his sweetheart Emem, played by Nollywood leading lady, Kate Henshaw.

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Falcons didn’t fail – Okon

I wasn’t surprised to see USA make substitutions that were more defensive after our sending off as they knew they were playing a good team. You always have a 50-50 chance in every game. Today USA made the most of one of their chances and we didn’t, even though we had several.”

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MTN Project Fame is back

This year, thousands of young talents will fight to get into the prestigious Project Fame Academy, where superstars are made, to be tutored by the best in the music and entertainment industry. For this Season, a major innovation that encourages participation from the comfort of one’s home has been introduced.

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Ugezu J Ugezu set to launch album in Virginia

“This is a great song folks, I can’t help nodding my head and tapping my feet listening to the great melody of this song which is rendered in Igbo language,”Oranika said. Also, known as Mr. Surplus, Ugezu is one of the respected film directors with so many movies to his credit. Despite directing English movies, Ugezu did not forget where he comes from as he delved into new territory: Igbo language music.

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I always study young artistes to learn from them – Azeezat

I do not like to comment on issues that seem judgmental, because I’m not walking in some people’s shoes. So, I do not know how or where it pinches them. We all have challenges, and sometimes we cannot meet them. Some people may not have the required talent. But again, I don’t think making it is all about talent. Sometimes, it’s also because there are no stable structures to sustain creativity.

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Home Lottery Gives Out First House To Winner

Speaking at the handover ceremony in Lagos last Wednesday at Gold Estate located on Ishefun Road in Ayobo in Alimosho Local Government Area of Lagos, Mr. Kelvin Otung, managing director of the Home Lottery firm observed that “the population of Nigeria, estimated at 170 million, requires at least 820,000 housing units per annum based on an estimate of nine dwelling units per 1000 of the population yearly,” adding that the “World Bank estimate puts it that over N59.5 trillion will be required to bridge the gap of 17 million deficits in housing.”

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Transcorp Ughelli Power releases 2014 Annual Report

Transcorp Ughelli Power Limited (TUPL), the power generation and investment subsidiary of Nigerian conglomerate Transcorp Plc, recently released its 2014 Annual Report as it held its 2nd Annual General Meeting of shareholders. The Report details outstanding progress during the first year of operations at Ughelli Power Plant, the group’s power generating asset and Nigeria’s largest gas-powered generating company.

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New Dell Inspiron laptops target family needs

”Everyday computing is more fun when you can power video chats and games with the latest processors and graphics, or enjoy an immersive multi-media entertainment experience courtesy of brilliant front-of-screen displays with fantastic audio. From laptops to convertible 2-in-1s to desktops, we are delivering devices for every need at an exceptional value, empowering our customers to easily create and share content and connect with the people who matter the most to them.”

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I have big shoes to fill as Femi Falana’s son – Falz

Based on what I’ve seen and what we all know, Nigerians have a short attention span, generally speaking. In terms of paying attention to lyrical contents which should be the case, we don’t often have that. What we often have is people saying “Play that song, I want to hear the beats”. Nigerians generally want to hear nice beats that they can dance to. But we are trying to change the face of things. I pay a lot of attention to lyrics and I think more artistes should do that.

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Keshi: Eagles will topple Egypt

“But now, we have started with a win and I believe that even though the Egyptians are leading us that we can overtake them after the next matches are played. I know that football is not arithmetic but if we put our house in order and play with determination that we can be the ones setting the pace for others in the group”, added the former AFCON winner and African coach of the year.

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