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19 Jan 2019
In a bid to foster Nigeria youths in the areas of qualitative entertainment, business and other career fields, an enlightening Television show titled Dinner With Stars (DWS) has been launched. The TV show, which was anchored by AMVCA award winner, Chy Nwakanma started in 2017 in order to modify the ambience of reality TV shows…
14 Jan 2019
If you had an important appointment that requires you cross state-lines, your most likely means of transportation would be by air. Well, media personality Nancy Isime thinks that Nigerian airlines cannot be trusted. She took to her insta-stories to rant about how Nigerian airlines cancel flights without notice. According to the HipTv presenter who also…
31 Dec 2017
In the last few years, perhaps more than ever, Nigerian youths have become a creative force so potent that their impacts on the society cannot be ignored. Young people have been building legacies in sectors such as agriculture, literature, music, media, commerce, fashion, arts and many others. To honour this growing band of outstanding individuals,…

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