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Am Alive - Baba Sure Speaks From US ...Watch Video Here

Am Alive - Baba Sure Speaks From US ...Watch Video Here


The ace Nollywood actor and comedian Babatunde Omidina popularly called Baba Suwe was earlier today rumoured to be dead.

But in a video obtained from Youtube, he personally debunked it.

Watch the video below.
 

The ace Nollywood actor and comedian Babatunde Omidina popularly called Baba Suwe was earlier today rumoured to be dead.

But in a video obtained from Youtube, he personally debunked it.

Watch the video below.
 

Chelsea's Masquerades Spotted Entertaining Crowd On Nigerian Street ...Watch Video

Chelsea's Masquerades Spotted Entertaining Crowd On Nigerian Street ...Watch Video


Many people have been left surprised after spotting two Chelsea fc masquerades parading and dancing in Nigeria. 

The Chelsea fc masquerades

Two masquerades donning the blue colours of Chelsea Football club have been spotted dancing happily to entertain people in Nigeria.

The masquerades with Chelsea FC boldly written on their attires showed off their dance moves as people cheered.

It is believed those present during the parade are supporters of Chelsea Football club in Nigeria as they used the opportunity to enjoy themselves.











Watch the video below:




Sources: Tori News Tunde Ednut

Many people have been left surprised after spotting two Chelsea fc masquerades parading and dancing in Nigeria. 

The Chelsea fc masquerades

Two masquerades donning the blue colours of Chelsea Football club have been spotted dancing happily to entertain people in Nigeria.

The masquerades with Chelsea FC boldly written on their attires showed off their dance moves as people cheered.

It is believed those present during the parade are supporters of Chelsea Football club in Nigeria as they used the opportunity to enjoy themselves.











Watch the video below:




Sources: Tori News Tunde Ednut

Finally, 14 Contestants Emerge for Hymnodia Reality Show

Finally, 14 Contestants Emerge for Hymnodia Reality Show


Hymnodia

FOURTEEN hymntestants (contestants) have been selected to compete for the grand prizes on Hymnodia reality television show, which is set to redefine and nurture talents on rendition of hymns.

The Hymntestants, who will enter the Hymnstitute (the show’s house) on Sunday, February 10, 2019, were revealed through the Hymnodia social media handle: @hymnodiahq on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

They were selected by a credible panel of judges after a painstaking process including a two-day audition conducted for over 200 contestants shortlisted from across the country and post audition evaluations by the Hymnodia faculty. The 14 hymntestants were drawn from a pool of over 1,500 participants that indicated interest and registered to prove their skills.

The panel which conducted the audition included Dupe Ige Kachi, singer, songwriter and vocal coach; Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and former music lecturer; Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant and Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos.

They all agreed that the initiative has pushed out abundant talents. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” Kachi said.

“I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents,” Owoaje said.

The premier reality TV show commenced airing on February 3, on satellite and terrestrial channels. It will reward the ultimate winner with a prize of the Asaph (a specially designed award named after David’s chief musician), N5million and a brand new car.

The grand finale is scheduled for April, this year.

Hymnodia, which is conceived by Philosoville Limited, is available for one hour every Sunday on TV via Lagos Television on Channel 256 on DSTv, Channel 90 on GOtv and Channel 118 on Startimes from 12:30pm and is also streamed live on the LTV App available on the app store.

The Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, Kufre Ekanem stated that other partner stations would soon join in broadcasting the reality show. He assured that the audiences would be regaled in the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of wholesome fun which the initiative would run through.

Hymnodia

FOURTEEN hymntestants (contestants) have been selected to compete for the grand prizes on Hymnodia reality television show, which is set to redefine and nurture talents on rendition of hymns.

The Hymntestants, who will enter the Hymnstitute (the show’s house) on Sunday, February 10, 2019, were revealed through the Hymnodia social media handle: @hymnodiahq on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

They were selected by a credible panel of judges after a painstaking process including a two-day audition conducted for over 200 contestants shortlisted from across the country and post audition evaluations by the Hymnodia faculty. The 14 hymntestants were drawn from a pool of over 1,500 participants that indicated interest and registered to prove their skills.

The panel which conducted the audition included Dupe Ige Kachi, singer, songwriter and vocal coach; Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and former music lecturer; Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant and Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos.

They all agreed that the initiative has pushed out abundant talents. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” Kachi said.

“I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents,” Owoaje said.

The premier reality TV show commenced airing on February 3, on satellite and terrestrial channels. It will reward the ultimate winner with a prize of the Asaph (a specially designed award named after David’s chief musician), N5million and a brand new car.

The grand finale is scheduled for April, this year.

Hymnodia, which is conceived by Philosoville Limited, is available for one hour every Sunday on TV via Lagos Television on Channel 256 on DSTv, Channel 90 on GOtv and Channel 118 on Startimes from 12:30pm and is also streamed live on the LTV App available on the app store.

The Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, Kufre Ekanem stated that other partner stations would soon join in broadcasting the reality show. He assured that the audiences would be regaled in the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of wholesome fun which the initiative would run through.

Hymnodia: Organisers Set to Announce Final 14 Contestants

Hymnodia: Organisers Set to Announce Final 14 Contestants


Hymnodia
Nigeria’s premier TV reality show on hymns and singing, Hymnodia has concluded arrangement to announce 14 hymntestants (contestants) for the programme, which began airing last Sunday on satellite and terrestrial channels.

The final 14 contestants will be chosen from the 26 who survived the two-day audition conducted late last month.

The final 14 hymntestants will be revealed via the Hymnodia social media handle: @hymnodiahq on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and be called to the Hymnstitute (house for the reality show) on Sunday, February 10, 2019.

The faculty, who attested to the pool of talents from the Judges List from the audition, had it all to do before arriving at the shortlist of 14 who will contest for a prize of the Asaph (a specially designed award named after David’s chief musician), N5million and a brand new car. The grand finale is scheduled for April 2019.

Hymnodia, which is conceived by Philosoville Limited, is the first ever entertainment reality show that is focused on hymns and worship. The show is available for one hour every Sunday on TV via Lagos Television on Channel 256 on DSTv, Channel 90 on GOtv and Channel 118 on Startimes from 12:30pm, and is also streamed live on the LTV App available on the app store.

The panel who conducted the audition, included Dupe Ige Kachi, singer, songwriter and vocal coach; Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and former music lecturer; Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant and Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos.

They all agreed that the initiative has pushed out abundant talents. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” Kachi said.

“I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents.” Owoaje said.

The Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, Kufre Ekanem stated that other partner stations would soon join in broadcasting Hymnodia. He assured that the audiences would be regaled in the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of wholesome fun which the initiative would run through.

Hymnodia, which will be an annual event was flagged-off in grand style by a team of 30-member choir at the Ikeja City Mall in Lagos in December 2018, where shoppers, traders and visitors were thrilled with beautiful hymns rendition.

Hymnodia
Nigeria’s premier TV reality show on hymns and singing, Hymnodia has concluded arrangement to announce 14 hymntestants (contestants) for the programme, which began airing last Sunday on satellite and terrestrial channels.

The final 14 contestants will be chosen from the 26 who survived the two-day audition conducted late last month.

The final 14 hymntestants will be revealed via the Hymnodia social media handle: @hymnodiahq on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and be called to the Hymnstitute (house for the reality show) on Sunday, February 10, 2019.

The faculty, who attested to the pool of talents from the Judges List from the audition, had it all to do before arriving at the shortlist of 14 who will contest for a prize of the Asaph (a specially designed award named after David’s chief musician), N5million and a brand new car. The grand finale is scheduled for April 2019.

Hymnodia, which is conceived by Philosoville Limited, is the first ever entertainment reality show that is focused on hymns and worship. The show is available for one hour every Sunday on TV via Lagos Television on Channel 256 on DSTv, Channel 90 on GOtv and Channel 118 on Startimes from 12:30pm, and is also streamed live on the LTV App available on the app store.

The panel who conducted the audition, included Dupe Ige Kachi, singer, songwriter and vocal coach; Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and former music lecturer; Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant and Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos.

They all agreed that the initiative has pushed out abundant talents. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” Kachi said.

“I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents.” Owoaje said.

The Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, Kufre Ekanem stated that other partner stations would soon join in broadcasting Hymnodia. He assured that the audiences would be regaled in the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of wholesome fun which the initiative would run through.

Hymnodia, which will be an annual event was flagged-off in grand style by a team of 30-member choir at the Ikeja City Mall in Lagos in December 2018, where shoppers, traders and visitors were thrilled with beautiful hymns rendition.

Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions

Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions

By Dansu Peter


The race for Hymnodia, the entertaining reality show created around hymns and worship, gathered more momentum over the weekend as 26 hymntestants (contestants)were selected in the Judges list following two days of grueling auditions in Ikeja Lagos. 

The selected Hymntestants emerged from a pool of over 200candidates who were shortlisted for auditions out of more than 1,500 that applied for the novel program. 

The hymntestants thrilled the judges and audience with renditions of classical and contemporary hymns, which brought excitement to the fun filled and interestingly transparent two-stage process.

The two-day audition started on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at the Lagos Television (LTV 8), and was conducted by a panel of judges with experience in the art of hymn rendition, song writing and teaching.

They include Dupe Ige Kachi, popularly known as Ige Sings, singer, songwriter and voice coach; and Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and music lecturer. Others were Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagosand Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant.

The judges acknowledged the depth of talent among the hymntestants that can be nurtured at the Hymnstitute.

According to Ige Sings, Hymnodia is timely and shows that the hymn culture could be reignited in Nigeria “l know Hymnodia will help them improve faster,” she stated.

Owoaje said “I see potentials in the contestants, and I commend the initiator.”

Olawuwo affirmed that “Hymnodia is different from whatever has happened in the country.

Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, the initiator, assured that Hymnodia, would be an annual project to redefine the perception on hymns and the almost forgotten value of its creation, writing and singing.

He said the ultimate winner would be rewarded with the ASAPH, a specially designed trophy, a brand-new car and cash prize of N5 million at the grand finale of the show on April 21, 2019.

Judges Attest to Talents at Hymnodia Audition

The panel of judges at the Hymnodia audition has attested to the depth of creative talents in Nigeria as indicated by the 26 selected hymntestants (contestants) who made the Judges List for the entertaining reality show created around hymns. 

14 hymntestants will ultimately make it into the programme which will give them the opportunity to be nurtured at the Hymnstitute.

The judges at the audition held from January 26-27 at Lagos TV (LTV8) included Dupe Ige Kachi, popularly known as Ige Sings, singer, songwriter and voice coach; and Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and music lecturer. 

Others were Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos and Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant.

Kachi said she spotted talents that were eager to be nurtured. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” she recalled.

Olawuwo affirmed “There are lots of young people who have come to showcase their talent and l know Hymnodia will help them improve faster. Those that will be selected will take the culture of hymns to the society,” he affirmed.

Owoaje commended the initiator of Hymnodia and said it brings the importance of hymns rendition to the forefront. “I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents,” Owoaje said.

After the audition, Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director of Philosoville, initiator of Hymnodia, assured that the audiences would be entertained with the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of fun which the initiative would run through.

He said that the winner would be announced at the grand finale of the show on April 21, 2019 and would clinch the prizes which include ASAPH, a specially designed trophy, a brand-new car and N5 million.

Hymnodia, which will be an annual event, was flagged-off in grand style by a team of 30-member choir at the Ikeja City Mall in Lagos in December 2018, where shoppers, traders and visitors were thrilled with beautiful hymns rendition.


Photos From The Event:
Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions
From left: Sunday Olawuwo, Director of Music, Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedra;
Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director, Philosoville Limited, initiator of Hymnodia;
Dupe Ige Kachi, Singer, Songwriter and Voice Coach and Seun Owoaje, Pianist,
Composer, former Music Lecturer, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife;
at the Hymnodia reality show audition held at the Lagos Television (LTV 8),
Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos, on Saturday, January 26, 2019.

Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions
From Left: Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director, Philosoville Limited, initiator of Hymnodia; Sunday 
Olawuwo, Director of Music, Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedra; Dupe Ige Kachi, Singer, 
Songwriter and Voice Coach; Seun Owoaje, Pianist, Composer, former Music Lecturer, 
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and Ezinne Kufre Ekanem, Chief Executive Officer, 
Rosemary’s, The Soft Furnishing Company; at the Hymnodia reality show audition 
held at the Lagos Television (LTV 8), Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos, on Saturday, January 26, 2019.




By Dansu Peter


The race for Hymnodia, the entertaining reality show created around hymns and worship, gathered more momentum over the weekend as 26 hymntestants (contestants)were selected in the Judges list following two days of grueling auditions in Ikeja Lagos. 

The selected Hymntestants emerged from a pool of over 200candidates who were shortlisted for auditions out of more than 1,500 that applied for the novel program. 

The hymntestants thrilled the judges and audience with renditions of classical and contemporary hymns, which brought excitement to the fun filled and interestingly transparent two-stage process.

The two-day audition started on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at the Lagos Television (LTV 8), and was conducted by a panel of judges with experience in the art of hymn rendition, song writing and teaching.

They include Dupe Ige Kachi, popularly known as Ige Sings, singer, songwriter and voice coach; and Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and music lecturer. Others were Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagosand Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant.

The judges acknowledged the depth of talent among the hymntestants that can be nurtured at the Hymnstitute.

According to Ige Sings, Hymnodia is timely and shows that the hymn culture could be reignited in Nigeria “l know Hymnodia will help them improve faster,” she stated.

Owoaje said “I see potentials in the contestants, and I commend the initiator.”

Olawuwo affirmed that “Hymnodia is different from whatever has happened in the country.

Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director of Philosoville Limited, the initiator, assured that Hymnodia, would be an annual project to redefine the perception on hymns and the almost forgotten value of its creation, writing and singing.

He said the ultimate winner would be rewarded with the ASAPH, a specially designed trophy, a brand-new car and cash prize of N5 million at the grand finale of the show on April 21, 2019.

Judges Attest to Talents at Hymnodia Audition

The panel of judges at the Hymnodia audition has attested to the depth of creative talents in Nigeria as indicated by the 26 selected hymntestants (contestants) who made the Judges List for the entertaining reality show created around hymns. 

14 hymntestants will ultimately make it into the programme which will give them the opportunity to be nurtured at the Hymnstitute.

The judges at the audition held from January 26-27 at Lagos TV (LTV8) included Dupe Ige Kachi, popularly known as Ige Sings, singer, songwriter and voice coach; and Seun Owoaje, pianist, composer and music lecturer. 

Others were Sunday Olawuwo, music director of Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral, Ikeja, Lagos and Benneth Ogbewi, event consultant.

Kachi said she spotted talents that were eager to be nurtured. “I have heard voices that do classical and contemporary rendition of hymns, and it would be fun to see how these voices come together to play out in the Hymnstitute,” she recalled.

Olawuwo affirmed “There are lots of young people who have come to showcase their talent and l know Hymnodia will help them improve faster. Those that will be selected will take the culture of hymns to the society,” he affirmed.

Owoaje commended the initiator of Hymnodia and said it brings the importance of hymns rendition to the forefront. “I see potentials in the contestants and l commend the initiator for taking the bull by the horn to nurture talents,” Owoaje said.

After the audition, Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director of Philosoville, initiator of Hymnodia, assured that the audiences would be entertained with the flow of creativity of choir performances during the 13 weeks of fun which the initiative would run through.

He said that the winner would be announced at the grand finale of the show on April 21, 2019 and would clinch the prizes which include ASAPH, a specially designed trophy, a brand-new car and N5 million.

Hymnodia, which will be an annual event, was flagged-off in grand style by a team of 30-member choir at the Ikeja City Mall in Lagos in December 2018, where shoppers, traders and visitors were thrilled with beautiful hymns rendition.


Photos From The Event:
Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions
From left: Sunday Olawuwo, Director of Music, Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedra;
Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director, Philosoville Limited, initiator of Hymnodia;
Dupe Ige Kachi, Singer, Songwriter and Voice Coach and Seun Owoaje, Pianist,
Composer, former Music Lecturer, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife;
at the Hymnodia reality show audition held at the Lagos Television (LTV 8),
Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos, on Saturday, January 26, 2019.

Hymnodia: 26 Hymntestants Make Judges List from Auditions
From Left: Kufre Ekanem, Managing Director, Philosoville Limited, initiator of Hymnodia; Sunday 
Olawuwo, Director of Music, Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedra; Dupe Ige Kachi, Singer, 
Songwriter and Voice Coach; Seun Owoaje, Pianist, Composer, former Music Lecturer, 
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife and Ezinne Kufre Ekanem, Chief Executive Officer, 
Rosemary’s, The Soft Furnishing Company; at the Hymnodia reality show audition 
held at the Lagos Television (LTV 8), Agidingbi, Ikeja, Lagos, on Saturday, January 26, 2019.




NGO, Flames Initiative Empowers 100 Nigerian Widows At Yuletide

NGO, Flames Initiative Empowers 100 Nigerian Widows At Yuletide


Flames Initiative
Ademoj Event Centre, Isheri, Alimosho LGA, Lagos – In the spirit of Christmas, Flames Initiative, an international NGO, successfully organized CINTA Project, a widow-empowerment program, last week, in Lagos.

The memorable event which was sponsored by Nestle Nigeria, GBF, McPeens, Kingsword International Church, Igando, Eltee Production Company, 54 Artistry, Citimax Pharmacy and others, had about 100 widows in attendance with their children and other guests including sponsors, media professionals and vendors.

In addition to a free medical check-up, the widows went home with free drugs, food items, school bags for their children, goody bags, and other packages that can make their Christmas really merry. The happy widows did not disappoint on the dance floor as they moved and glided to some melodious tunes.

Guest speaker, Ms Bimpe Oke, encouraged them to keep on in spite of the different challenges they face as widows. Emphasizing that they are responsible for their children, she charged them not to pass on that responsibility to anyone and to ensure their safety. “Our children are our responsibility, you can’t hand them over to someone else. Don’t drop your children anywhere because of life challenges...”

During a question and answer session, she tackled sexual molestation, emotional pain, child abuse, financial challenges and other issues bothering the widows and their children. She also encouraged the widows to speak out about their challenges and for the organizers to mediate between the widows and human rights groups.

Elated Miss Tolu Oni, one of the event organizers, could not hide her excitement, “I feel fulfilled and I am happy the event was a success. I am glad to give back to the society especially to widows who may be wondering if the society cares about them. I encourage everyone to give back to the society in their own little way. We shouldn’t leave everything to the government.”

A high point of the event was the prayer session when a man of God showered fervent prayers on the widows. The widows who obviously know they have no one else to turn to but God chorused a thunderous amen to the prayers. An attendee even acknowledged that this was one of the best moments of the event, “They really need those prayers,” he said.

The widows went home full of smiles, thanking Flames Initiative for showing love to them in a practical way. This event would not have been successful without support from sponsors and volunteers. It is also open to your support and sponsorship.

Flames Initiative
Ademoj Event Centre, Isheri, Alimosho LGA, Lagos – In the spirit of Christmas, Flames Initiative, an international NGO, successfully organized CINTA Project, a widow-empowerment program, last week, in Lagos.

The memorable event which was sponsored by Nestle Nigeria, GBF, McPeens, Kingsword International Church, Igando, Eltee Production Company, 54 Artistry, Citimax Pharmacy and others, had about 100 widows in attendance with their children and other guests including sponsors, media professionals and vendors.

In addition to a free medical check-up, the widows went home with free drugs, food items, school bags for their children, goody bags, and other packages that can make their Christmas really merry. The happy widows did not disappoint on the dance floor as they moved and glided to some melodious tunes.

Guest speaker, Ms Bimpe Oke, encouraged them to keep on in spite of the different challenges they face as widows. Emphasizing that they are responsible for their children, she charged them not to pass on that responsibility to anyone and to ensure their safety. “Our children are our responsibility, you can’t hand them over to someone else. Don’t drop your children anywhere because of life challenges...”

During a question and answer session, she tackled sexual molestation, emotional pain, child abuse, financial challenges and other issues bothering the widows and their children. She also encouraged the widows to speak out about their challenges and for the organizers to mediate between the widows and human rights groups.

Elated Miss Tolu Oni, one of the event organizers, could not hide her excitement, “I feel fulfilled and I am happy the event was a success. I am glad to give back to the society especially to widows who may be wondering if the society cares about them. I encourage everyone to give back to the society in their own little way. We shouldn’t leave everything to the government.”

A high point of the event was the prayer session when a man of God showered fervent prayers on the widows. The widows who obviously know they have no one else to turn to but God chorused a thunderous amen to the prayers. An attendee even acknowledged that this was one of the best moments of the event, “They really need those prayers,” he said.

The widows went home full of smiles, thanking Flames Initiative for showing love to them in a practical way. This event would not have been successful without support from sponsors and volunteers. It is also open to your support and sponsorship.

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