Afro-Highlife music star, Lagbaja has joined the exclusive list of artistes signed on as brand ambassadors with Nigeria’s telecommunications giant, Globacom.
Though no official statement from Globacom on its deal with the Afro-Highlife musician, sources within the telecoms giant’s corporate headquarters said Lagbaja has signed a mouthwatering deal in scores of millions of naira bracket.
The masked musician performed his first major task as Glo ambassador on Wednesday 20 March during the unveiling of the network’s new strap line tagged “Unlimited”. This was followed same day with the release of a Glo theme song, “Unlimited” in a rare collaboration between Lagbaja with pop stars and fellow Glo ambassadors, P-Square.
The new song, an upbeat mixed-genre, was released as part of the grand preparation for the 10th anniversary of Globacom on 29 August.
Mohamed Jameel, Globacom’s Group Chief Operating Officer, said the new pay-off line marks a natural progression in the growth of the Glo brand identity and represents the unparralleled commitment of the company to its subscribers.
The city of Kano has not gotten over Monday’s suicide attack on the popular Sabon Gari luxury park as the once buzzing transportation arena is deserted and covered in ashes
More worrying now is the fear of near collapse of business and commercial activities in the city.
In this story we take a look at the fears of some travellers and business people who come in and out of the nation’s second most populous city in the aftermath of the tragedy.
And as we tell you this unfortunate tale, we like to warn our viewers that the visuals you are about to see may be disturbing.
The first daughter of Winners Chapel General Overseer, Bishop David Oyedepo, has married the love of her life, Steve Ogah, in a traditional wedding ceremony
Their white wedding is to take place Saturday March 23rd. Steve is one of Bishop Oyedepo’s personal assistants
Prophet Obadare of Christ Apostolic Church and later founder of the breakaway World Soul-Winning Evangelistic Ministries (WOSEM) ministry, died at home in Nigeria, according to his New York-based son, Pastor Abraham Obadare Jnr.
The legally blind prophet, who once commanded thousands of worshippers, was aged 83.