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    The President has conveyed his sympathies to the Royal Family, the people of the United Kingdom, and the entire Commonwealth in a statement issued by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu. President Muhammadu Buhari noted on Thursday that he was deeply saddened to learn of the death of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. “My family and I, and the more than 200 million Nigerians have learned with immense sadness of the passing of the Queen and the ...
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    The United States’ Carnegie Mellon University has expressed reservations about Uju Anya’s tweets regarding Queen Elizabeth II of England. On Thursday, Queen Elizabeth II died. At ...
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    An announcement from StarTimes Nigeria stated that the reality competition Naija Star Searchwould debut on September 4. The music reality program was developed by StarTimes and Kennis Music with the intention of promoting new talent and conserving Afrobeats culture. The contestants in Naija Star Search will demonstrate their singing prowess as they contend for the N10 million top prize. Additionally, the top seven finalists would receive development from the Kennis Music label and a platform to realize their unrealized potential and become superstars. The competition’s chief judge, Kenny “Keke” Ogungbe, stated that over 4,000 applicants have turned in their entries. 364 applicants, of whom 18 were selected as contestants for the main program, attended the physical audition, he continued. The participants will be housed there, where they will receive instruction in singing, songwriting, and producing, according to Mohammed Yahaya, the production manager. The reality/music program will debut at 8 p.m. on September 4 on StarTimes and run for two months. VJ Adams will serve as the show’s host, and Kenny Ogungbe will be joined as judges by Nigerian music producer, ID Cabasa and actress, Asha Gangali.
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    Bisola Aiyeola has become the first woman from Africa to be chosen to host the Nigerian version of the American game show Family Feud. The host, singer, and actress announced the wonderful news on her Instagram page. As she posted a video of her debut at the MTN Nigeria office, Aiyeola continued as paraphrased, “getting the deal is a major deal for me and I’m glad for the opportunity.” American television program The Family Feud was conceived by Mark Goodson.  In order to win cash and prizes, two families compete to name the most common responses to survey questions.
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    Netflix has asked West and Central African film and television students to apply for its Creative Equity Scholarship Fund (CESF).  In a statement on Tuesday, the streaming juggernaut announced the scholarship. In accordance with the statement, chosen candidates would have the chance to study at institutions in a variety of countries, including Nigeria, Ghana, Benin, and Gabon. According to Netflix, the CESF, which was established in 2021, will provide funding to a number of initiatives over the following five years in an effort to create a robust, diversified global pipeline of creatives. The $1 million scholarship initiative, according to the streaming behemoth, is intended to enable aspirant creatives from West and Central African nations in obtaining legal education and training. The scholarship fund will pay for beneficiaries’ tuition, lodging, books, and living expenses at particular partner schools for the 2022 academic ...
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    On Thursday, Nigerian singer, Aituaje Iruobe a.k.a Waje has asked the Federal Government to make investments in the growth of the nation’s health sector. The singer ...
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    Mavin Records led by Michael Collins Ajereh, better known as Don Jazzy’s company has emerged Africa’s fastest growing entertainment brand. At the Global Brands Awards 2022 ceremony, which was ...
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    After giving a performance abroad, David Adeleke, better known as Davido, explained why he usually returns to Nigeria right away. He professed love for Nigeria stating that he always want to be there. In light of Nigeria’s blessings, he urged the government to perform better. He remembered how, as a child, whenever his parents went on vacation to America, he would tell them that he wanted to go back to Nigeria. “People always wonder why I fly back home after gigs. Funny enough when we used to come to America on holiday as ...
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    The Nigeria Intercessory Group has called for special prayers for the country. The Group in collaboration with the Trinity House Lagos, is set to organise a ...
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    Joy Onuorah US rapper, Jonathan Lyndale Kirk, better known as DaBaby, has alleged extortion at the airport before he could make his flight out of Nigeria. ...