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Federal govt loses N300 billion to National Theatre decay

The 5,000-capacity main bowl has not been put to use since 1992 due to structural errors. The other halls run skeletal services at best, with most of them as non-cultural or artistic events. Organisers of artistic events have since shifted to other well-maintained venues.

Davido, Wizkid taking Afrobeats to next level

Pop star Davido gets the same reaction wherever he goes in Africa, whether it’s in Guinea or Mozambique, Botswana, Kenya or Sierra Leone: teeming crowds and adoring fans.

AFRIMA transforming Nigeria’s creative industry – Lai Mohammed

The annual All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) which Nigeria has hosted since its inception in 2014, is helping to transform the nation’s creative Industry to a creative economy.

Wizkid claims top honours at AFRIMA 2017

The 2017 edition of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) held on Sunday at the EKO Hotel & Suites, Lagos.

Kenny Ogungbe advises P-Square to settle rifts, save music career

Kenny Ogungbe, the Chief Executive Officer, Kennis Music, on Saturday advised the P-Square to urgently resolve their differences, saying the raging rift could ruin their music careers.

Nigeria awarded AFRIMA hosting right for three more years

The African Union (AU) has awarded the hosting right for the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) to Nigeria for another three years.

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Nigerian Stock Exchange trading succumbs to profit taking, index down by 0.33 percent

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Britain to put women at heart of peace work in Nigeria, others

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Miyetti Allah asks federal govt to create ‘ministry of livestock development’

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