JIMOH ALIU, TAIWO AJAI-LYCETT, LARRY KOLDSWEAT TO RECEIVE SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARDS AT BON 2020

Organisers of the annual, travelling, Nigeria film industry award, Best of Nollywood (BON) have announced that film industry icons, Larry Koldsweat, Taiwo Lycett Ajai, and the late Jimoh Aliu will be specially recognised and presented with an award of excellence at the 12th edition of BON slated to hold in Ekiti State come December 5. According to Seun Oloketuyi, founder, BON Awards, the three Nollywood icons to be specially awarded are being recognised for their numerous contributions to the art of film in Nigeria. He stated that while Pa Jimoh…

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NEW PANDA EVENT CENTRE SET TO OPEN OCTOBER 17TH

By Ingram Osigwe All roads lead to Sabo Yaba, Lagos State on Saturday October 17, 2020 as the new Panda Event Centre open its doors to the public. The Panda complex, is a complete, radical departure from the old normal. In Panda, you have a new but rare normal, a complete package and one- stop place for hassle- free events. For a church or what some people call White wedding, Panda Event Complex has simplified the entire process both for intending couples and their guests. The chaotic and nerve-tasking nature…

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OLORI SEKINAT ELEGUSHI OPENS MULTI BILLION EVENT CENTRE

Queen Sekinat, the ever stylish wife of popular Lagos monarch, Oba Saheed Elegushi, has opened her much-awaited multi-billion event centre along the Lekki-Epe Expressway, just overlooking the Elegushi’s palace. The event centre aptly called ‘TheMonarch,’ and sits on over a 10,000sqm of land, is a one-stop shop for all that is required to have a memorable event. The masterpiece, is set to change the face of event centres along the fast-growing Eti-Osa and Lekki areas in Lagos, the city of aquatic splendour. TheMonarch which has over 500-capacity car park, sits…

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BE WARNED! COVID-19 CAN REMAIN ON BANK NOTES, PHONE SCREENS FOR UP TO 28 DAYS -STUDY REVEALS

A recent study says COVID-19 can remain infectious on surfaces such as banknotes, phone screens and stainless steel for as long as 28 days. Previous studies had put the survival rate of the virus on bank notes at four days; stainless steel at two to three days and seven days on the outside of surgical masks. But the findings from Australia’s national science agency suggest COVID-19 can survive far longer on surfaces than previously thought. The study, published in Virology Journal, found the virus survived for less time at hotter…

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