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Sunday, January 17, 2010

Asa set to rock @ Naira.Com’s concert

This definitely cheering news for the teeming fans of Nigerian born international songbird, Asa., a transactional portal powered by is sensationally poised to bring the delectable crooner home for her first show this 2010.

According to the organizers, the event is fittingly tagged: Asa on the Green, and its being packaged in collaboration with Quirk & Glee. It holds at the upscale and fast growing entertainment fun spot, Coral Reef, located at 10A Ikoya Avenue, off McPherson road, Ikoyi, Lagos, on Friday, January 22, 2010.

For those willing to attend the anticipated evening of good music laced with fun, relaxation and networking, tickets for the show can be purchased online at, at affordable prices.
Interestingly, early birds will get autographed and original copies of Asa’s Live in Paris CD/DVD, alongside free tickets.

”The night will begin with a cocktail reception from 7 to 8pm, after which soul singers, Bez and Dipo, who represent the future of Nigerian soul and R n B would kick start the event proper,” hinted one of the organizers., which was launched in December 2009, is a one-stop transactional portal where you can buy an endless variety of items as well as concert bookings or air tickets. You can also order food and pay for airtime and other
services rendered.

Viewers await You Can’t Spell Jack on TV

Nigerian viewers are eagerly awaiting the arrival of You Can’t Spell Jack (YCSJ), the newest game show on TV this 2010, with so much excitement and happiness. As one of the big things happening on TV this New Year, a lucky and intelligent participant can win N30 million, on the show. Unlike most game shows in Nigeria today, YCSJ is wholly conceived and produced by Nigerians. Precisely, the arresting TV game show was conceived and developed by Eloka Anyafulu, the Chief Executive of Ski-Hi Production Company Nig Ltd, and is being produced by Nollywood icon and multiple award winning journalist, Zik Zulu Okafor, the Managing Director of Zulu Films.

However, You Can’t Spell Jack would have remained a mere grand idea but for the intervention of fast growing micro finance organization, Satelite Micro Finance Bank Limited, under the headship of a seasoned banker, Tony Ubogu.

According to the MD/CEO of Satelite Micro Finance Bank, his organization was attracted and convinced to invest in the game show because it is a wholly Nigerian brand founded on professionalism and excellence, ideals that his organization shares.

Ubogu, a founding management staff of Bank PHB, adds that the idea that YSCJ can change the life of people with even small incomes by turning them into millionaires appealed to his organization because they thrive on little earnings that grow over time just like they started with only a branch in Ikota, near Victoria Garden City (VGC) Lagos and in 18 months have increased to eight branches.

According to the creator of YCSJ, Eloka, he was inspired to develop the game show because of his desire to encourage learning among Nigerians, especially the youths and also because of the dearth of wholly Nigerian TV game shows in our local television stations. The show he adds is all about spelling and aimed at helping to test and task our intellectual capacity while making people millionaires as a participant stands a chance to win N30 million.

The former president of the Association of Movie Producers, Zik Zulu Okafor added that there are other fantastic monetary prizes to be won by participants. “The purpose, for us, is to produce a most exciting and professional programme while at the same time making people millionaires”.

YCSJ is a family oriented TV game show designed for families to sit together, watch and have fun as they participate in the game. It is both entertaining and educative.

Ubogu assures prospective participants and viewers that Satelite Micro Finance Bank Ltd is financially equipped and well positioned to meet all the financial obligations of YCSJ. He states matter of factly, that his organization is a responsible corporate citizen that will always play by the rules. He stressed further that his firm believes strongly in empowering ordinary people and helping small businesses to grow, even as he is convinced that YCSJ will empower many Nigerians. “That’s why we embraced this partnership. That’s why we are happy to do this business because we know we will realize our philosophy of helping people and little businesses to take a leap”, Ubogu concluded.

You Can’t Spell Jack is an incredible TV game show, full of suspense and ecstatic moments.

The programme is scheduled to make its debut on NTA network and Silverbird television in April (Second quarter), 2010.

Silent Scandals rocks shelves

Effervescent female filmmaker and the honcho of Purple Pine Productions, Vivian Ejike, has hit the national and international movie scenes with her long awaited blockbuster-Silent Scandals.

The heart-wrenching flick, according to cerebral Miss Ejike, was recently released on VCD and DVD in Nigeria, US and the rest of Africa, and its currently topping the charts.

While leading us into the synopsis of the big budget movie, Ejike revealed thus: “Jessy, a pretty, young and very successful but uptight lady struggles with life as a career woman and single mother to a wild and free-spirited teenage daughter. Just as she learns to enjoy the new but fragile peace with her daughter who finally sobers up, a dark shadow rears its ugly head, threatening to destroy everything in its path. Jessy suddenly finds herself locked in the battle of her life...a silent battle against her daughter... for a common purpose. She must fight with everything she has, to protect the things that matter most to her.”
Speaking further, pretty Ejike, disclosed that Silent Scandals, was painstakingly shot with hi-tech production equipment and thoroughly manned by tested professionals from within and outside Nigeria.

The movie, which was directed by a Nigerian filmmaker based in Los Angeles, US, also featured a live Fashion Show by award winning designer, Zizi Cardow and her leggy models.

Aside writing, producing and financing the movie, Miss Ejike, with over 13 years experience in Nollywood, also screen played the fast selling flick.

Silent Scandals; is being distributed and marketed globally by Nollywood Distributions Company Limited, in collaboration with other major video outlets and marts globally. It stars the best of Nollywood and Gollywood [Ghana movie industry] like: Genevieve Nnaji, Majid Michel, Uche Jombo, Ebele Okaro and a host of others. It was shot in choice locations in and around Lagos metropolis.
Fans and movie buffs should be ready for the thrill of their lives as Vivian Ejike is poised to rewrite the story of movie making in Nigeria. In less than two weeks of release, Silent Scandals, has sold over 100,000 copies and its still selling”, Ejike gushes.