Some musicians in South Africa under the aegis of Tshwane Collective have sent a petition to the minister of arts and culture, kicking against the inclusion of Burna Boy in the ‘Africa Unite’ concert scheduled for 23 and 24 November.
The Africans Unite concerts, a response to recent xenophobia in the country is organised by Play Network Africa, based in Nigeria, in partnership with Phambili Media SA and appears to enjoy the support of South Africa’s department of arts and culture.
BBNaija’s Frodd is grateful to be in Dubai
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#gratitude After several attempts to flee my motherland NIGERIA . Swindled by many scammers called travel agents , I gave up hope . I made my way into the cooperate market in the big heart of Lagos State 🌎. After 4 years , I became fed up again . I attempted to leave the country again , nothing mattered to me as long as I leave Naija but this time to come and hustle in DUBAI from the Sale proceeds of my 2003 Toyota Avalon which should be my BTA . You see God ! I don’t joke with him ! Look at me today , I am in Dubai on an all expense paid vacation .. Why will I not serve God Forever ?
Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi named in Time’s 100 Next List
TIME has released its 2019 list of 100 rising stars who are shaping the future of business, entertainment, sports, politics, science, health and more, Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi of Stand To End Rape (STER) made it into the selection.
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