Sounds of Naija music as journalists groove on Mr Bigg’s
Nigerian music includes many kinds with associated dance steps, which has always been the proper reaction to such music. And one thing that cannot be taken away from Naija music is the unique dance step that comes with the various beats and sounds. It is not just dance of any kind but one that engages the soul and spirit.
This indeed played out recently, as journalists — entertainment, lifestyle and brand writers recently got the dance floor hitting, as they dance to various sounds churn out from the console and emitted through the deafening speakers, which were position in the mini hall of one of Mr Bigg’s remodel facility in Lekki, Lagos.
Packaged by Mr Bigg’s, the Quick Service Restaurants (QSR) arm of UACN, run by its subsidiary, UAC Restaurants Limited, the groove was opportunity for the pen pushers to let down their guards, unwind amid exchange of banters in a convivial mood, even as they dance to the various trending sound including Shaku Shaku, Jeje Waka, Zanku, and Gbe bodi/Gbese among others, which are all from Nigerian music acts.
Speaking at the event, the initiative the Marketing Manager, UACN Restaurants, Mrs. Ethel Mba, said is to help newsmen take time to relax from their busy schedules and help them appreciate the new lifestyle experience being packaged by the firm for customers, as apart of it re-engineering processes.
According to her, the new initiative centered on a remodeled restaurant structure is principally aimed at sustaining the heritage and leadership of the 33 years old outfit by raising customer service to a new level. She added that initiative will help bring the restaurants into a scintillating center of high value having a 21st century ambience.
“The new restaurants will be patterned after the structure of the Lekki restaurant to deliver high-quality food and good ambience as the basic standard. Aside this, the menu range will be equal and well-balanced in terms of meal choices depending on customers’ tastes or new trends,” she said.
Mba explained that as a foremost indigenous and largest fast-growing QSR business in West Africa, with over 100 restaurants in Nigeria, the new approach promises to sustain excellence in wide variety of dishes, patries and confectionaries to the delight of its consumers.