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The Shine Ya Eye Geng had their first Nomination experience last night, and it was quite a lot to take in. The Housemates were experiencing mixed emotions. For some, it was a sense of relief, and for others, it was the overwhelming feeling of sadness while some just stayed true to their natural disposition.

Mood in the House

Maria broke right into tears shortly after the Nominations and made her way to bed. Heartbroken by the choices she had to make, she ended up being teary-eyed with Whitemoney, Pere and Arin consoling her. “You literally didn’t have a choice,” Arin said.

 

 

Whitemoney, for his part, seemed unfazed by the Nomination. “This is a game… It is inevitable,” he said appearing calm as he discussed the Nominations. He went on to say that he saw it coming and had already packed his bags. Yerins had to deal with esteem issues saying he wasn’t really surprised and blamed it on not being cool enough for the Geng. Angel dispelled his fears explaining that it is just a game, and he didn’t need to feel like he wasn’t sufficient or cool enough. Yousef kept a cool yet sober demeanour while Niyi just went about being the same old Niyi.

Opening Address

Away from the gloom of Nominations, Boma is fast settling into his role as Head of the House. He started off by addressing his fellow Housemates and laying down the law. He explained that he understands that it was a rough way to start the week, but that the Housemates still had to cooperate with him. Using their punishment as an example, he described how things could go awry if they didn’t work as a team and also made sure to respect laid down regulations. Commending the team on how well they’ve bonded this last week, he reiterated the need for oneness. Having cleared that up, he shifted his attention to assigning roles to the Housemates.

 

 

With the weight of Nominations still on their shoulders, it’s going to be quite a long week for the Geng. Hopefully, they will be able to pull through.

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SANWO-OLU UNVEILS 2021 GREATER LAGOS FIESTA, TASKS CORPORATE ORGANISATIONS, LAGOSIANS FOR SUPPORT

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••• Lagos To Have 31 Days of Massive Entertainment Experience – Commissioner

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has urged corporate organisations and Lagosians to partner with the Lagos State Government through the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture for the 2021 Greater Lagos Fiesta holding in December.

He said the partnership between government, corporate organisations and individuals will boost the State’s economy and generate incomes for organisations that key into the Greater Lagos Fiesta.

Speaking at the 2021 Greater Lagos Fiesta Activation Ceremony at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island on Friday, Governor Sanwo-Olu, who was represented by his deputy, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat, said government cannot do it alone, therefore, the State needs partnership with organisations and individuals for growth and development of tourism, arts and culture sectors.

He said Lagos State is working hard to vaccinate four million people before December and therefore urged people to visit government accredited centers to receive COVID-19 jab, which has already been provided by the Federal Government.

In his address, the Commissioner for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Mrs. Uzamat Akinbile-Yusuf, said the Greater Lagos Fiesta which had passed through different stages and nomenclature since its inception years back serves as the end of the year entertainment event that most Lagosians, Nigerians and the entire world look up to as the year comes to a close.

The Commissioner said her ministry is working with Ministry of Health and Lagos Safety Commission to ensure that all health and safety protocols are put in place during the fiesta and therefore appealed to the public to take their COVID-19 vaccination as the Ministry will only allow vaccinated persons into the venue of Greater Lagos Fiesta events.

She said: “With this year’s theme of the Greater Lagos Fiesta tagged ‘Lagos Rocks’, Lagos State Government will be hosting a 31-Day massive experience of entertainment, awe and inspiration, the likes of which has never been seen before in Nigeria from 1st December 2021 till the end.

“The State Government will be using the Greater Lagos Fiesta to further transform Lagos into a major African tourism and entertainment hub by exploring and promoting the potentials that abound in the State, as well as integrating the thriving Entertainment and Arts industry as a viable platform to attract visitors and create job opportunities.”

The Commissioner urged private organisations and individuals to take advantage of the ample opportunity of the Greater Lagos Fiesta and key into the 31-day calendar event.

According to her, some of the programmes highlighted for the Greater Lagos Fiesta are cultural performances and opening concert, cycling competition, fashion show, food festival and opening ceremony of Souk Village, Lagos Marina Day and Greater Lagos Concert – five days back to back concert in all the five divisions of the State.

She said arrays of A Artistes, Music Icons, Artistes, best of Comedy, DJs, Dance Performance, Talent Hunt, among others would participate during the concert to further demonstrate that Lagos is the centre of entertainment in Africa and ‘Lagos truly Rocks.

Speaking at the event, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Tourism, Arts and Culture, Hon. Solomon Bonu, said the Greater Lagos Fiesta is a reflection of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s love for tourism, arts and culture in Lagos State.

He said the fiesta will pay attention to indigenous culture and give it a prime place in the Greater Lagos Fiesta, adding that the fiesta will attract more visitors to Lagos.

The Managing Director/Chief Strategist, Chain Reactions, Mr. Israel Jaiye Opayemi, said the Greater Lagos Fiesta over the years served as the unifying platform to promote entertainment, commerce, arts and culture among the people of Lagos State.

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Birthday: King DJ Bobbi to Empower Youths with Filmmaking Training

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For his birthday celebration, Nigerian video disc jockey King DJ Bobbi, popularly known as the Party Machine has lined up activities that include visiting indigent, less-privileged children and youths in the slum.

Beyond his visit to these neighbourhoods, Bobbi announced that he is partnering with an accomplished filmmaking academy, Treasure Wells Film Academy, to provide smartphone filmmaking, editing, and photography training to randomly selected youths. The training will be the climax of his birthday celebration which falls on October 31.

Before his foray into the entertainment industry, the unassuming Bobbi, who is a native of Imo State, worked with the Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). His passion for entertainment has earned him notable musical collaborations with some of the foremost artists from around the globe.

Bobbi is the founder of the popular Salt of the Earth Band, a leading band group in Lagos – Nigeria, whose major clients include; Rhapsody Lounge & Bar in Ikeja GRA and Ikeja City Mall; Cubana Hospitality Spot in Ikeja GRA among other notable corporate organisations and prominent personalities.

Bobbi also serves as a consultant, providing premium DJ services as well as creating opportunities for his protégés who are fully trained from his DJ academy; King DJ Bobbi Scratch Academy.

The genial DJ who recently collaborated with American music star Nayanda of Brick and Lace will also on his birthday, drop the video of his newest work ‘Love My Body’ ft Magnito, Lisa Viola, and DMW’s Dandizzy.

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