[This Day] Globacom recently gave residents of Ibadan a night to remember as it held its flagship music concert, Glo Mega Music Nationwide Tour, with Olamide Adedeji, Runtown and other music superstars.
[Nyasa Times] Gospel musician Duncan Zgambo, popularly known as Gwamba, who is also the in-law of Malawi’s South African based Prophet Shepherd Bushiri survived death in the closing hours of Wednesday after he was involved in what is described as a ‘planned accident’ by an unknown thugs in a hit-and-run vehicle.
[Capital FM] American music star Chris Brown has been accused of smashing one of his fan’s mobile phone on the ground as she tried to take a selfie with him on arrival in the coastal town of Mombasa.
IT WAS to be a short lunch break for the tourists on a desert safari. The Mexican visitors with their local guides had pulled off a main road 200 miles (320km) south-west of the Egyptian capital, Cairo, and stopped at a popular picnic spot when a sudden rain of rockets and bullets cut them to pieces, leaving 12 dead, ten injured and their convoy of jeeps aflame. The Egyptian air-force pilots steering their aircraft back to base no doubt congratulated themselves on destroying another band of terrorists