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17 May 2020
As schools remain closed with no sign of reopening soon, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, school managements, parents and other well-meaning Nigerians...
8 Sep 2019
The comedian and entrepreneur, Emeka Erem, popularly known as Ajebo, last Sunday, September 1, 2019, literarily shut down the prestigious Eko Hotel with the sixth edition of his soldout show, Ajebo Unleashed.
26 Apr 2017
Come May 14, comedian Oghenekowhoyan Onaibe Desmond, popularly known as Destalker, will attempt to bring down the roof of Shell Hall, MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos, with laughter during the maiden edition of ‘Laughter Crusade.’
25 Mar 2017
Comedian and On Air Personality, Emeka Erem, aka Ajebo, recently flagged off his comedy and music concert, ‘Ajebo Unleashed’ at the University of Abuja.According to him, the thrust of the concert is not just to give back to his teeming fans, but also to inspire students across Nigeria to stay off drugs.

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