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How BBNaija Season 6 Grand Finale Show Aired



How BBNaija Season 6 Grand Finale Show Aired

BBNaija season 6 aired live for the last time on Sunday, October 3, 2021, after a 72-day running.

The highly-anticipated grand finale commenced with a music performance from Afrobeat music pioneer Fela Anikulapo-Kuti‘s grandson Made.

Made serenaded BBNaija season 6 in-person audience, fans, and viewers from home, with Free Your Mind, a song on his join album with Femi Kuti, Legacy +.

Following Made’s music performance, other artistes that graced the stage were –Ajebo Hustlers, and Lojay.

The organisers of BBNaija also treated their fans and audience with music performances from the BBNaija alumni Avala and Laycon.

How the housemates were evicted at show’s grand finale

Emmanuel was first asked to make his way out, after securing the lowest votes among the last five standing housemates.

Following Emmanuel’s eviction, Angel was shown the exit door as well, after which Cross was asked to leave.

While Liquorose was the first runner-up on the show, Pere was the second runner-up.

Whitemoney was, however, declared the winner having secured 47% votes from his fans.

How BBNaija Season 6 Grand Finale Aired

Despite Fans’ Complaints, Multichoice Describes BBNaija Season 6 As Its Biggest Show

For thousands of BBNaija fans, the just-concluded Shine Ya Eye edition of the BBNaija reality TV show was the most boring, when compared to the previously-held editions.

The show enthusiasts had described it as boring due to lack of highlights, amongst other things.

But MultiChoice thought otherwise, as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), John Ugbe, described the show’s sixth season as the biggest in the entertainment company’s history.

Ugbe made this known when Toke Makinwa, a popular OAP that hosted the show’s grand finale alongside Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, who was the official host of the reality TV show.

However, while maintaining that the BBNaija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ show has enormous positive impacts, Ugbe stated that the show provided jobs to people, which he noted must have helped the Nigerian government in addressing the unemployment gap.

In his words, “BBNaija’s impact is more than what we expected. If you look at the number of jobs created from the show and what everyone is saying about it, you will realise that this is the biggest season.”

Meanwhile, season six of the reality TV show aired live for the last time on Sunday, October 3, 2021.

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Navy Reveals Why Cute Abiola Was Arrested



Navy Reveals Why Cute Abiola Was Arrested

The Nigerian Navy has placed one of its personnel, OSCOMP Abdulgafar Ahmad, otherwise known as Cute Abiola, on one-month ‘extra duty’ for wearing a police uniform in one of his skits and for ridiculing the Nigeria Police Force in the process.

The popular Instagram comedian was arrested on Monday, November 15, 2021, but has been released from detention to serve his ‘light corrective punishment’ in the cantonment.

Ahmad, 25, is expected to end his punishment by December 15, 2021, when he would be allowed to return home to his family.

Naval spokesperson, Commodore Suleman Dahun, confirmed the development, saying the comedian was given a light punishment of a ‘one-month extra duty’ after a military trial.

Dahun said, “Cute Abiola has been placed on one-month extra duty after he was tried. He will be in charge of cleanship; supervising painting, electricians, carpentry, cutting of grasses, and others. He will be supervising civilians.

He is no longer under detention. He has been released to move around to serve his punishment.

Because he was detained on November 15, that one month will start counting from then, which means he is going to be engaged till December 15. By then, he will be off the extra duty.

A military source, who spoke on the matter, explained that an extra duty means that the comedian is the “Minister of Works in the Barracks” for the period of the punishment.

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Spotify Launches Ad Studio In Nigeria, Others



Spotify Launches Ad Studio In Nigeria, Others

Spotify, a music streaming service provider, has launched a self-serve advertising platform, Ad Studio, in Jamaica, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.

The innovative advertising medium has been made available to even more artists around the globe.

Christopher Li, Director of Digital Planning and Products at Live Nation and Spotify Ad Studio, disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday.

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Li said Ad Studio is a tool on the Spotify platform that allows artists, brands, and businesses to easily run audio and video adverts.

He said advertisers can create a campaign within minutes, and the platform provides flexibility and control to set up and manage campaigns in real-time.

” Never made an audio ad? Spotify makes it easy, you can build a custom audio ad for free, right in Ad Studio, in as little as 24 hours,” he said.

Li said Spotify had already launched Ad Studio in other markets, including America and Europe, and looked forward to the impact this will have in emerging markets like Sub-Saharan Africa, where audio streaming is on the rise.

He noted that in order to advertise with this tool, advertisers needed to spend a minimum of N100,000.

According to him, Ad Studio provides advertisers with free audio creation tools including background music mixing, voiceover talent, audience targeting, and real-time reporting.

” Reaching audiences with Spotify Ad Studio is efficient and easy, you can decide to target listeners by genre preferences, interests, and context.

“It only takes us a few minutes to create a campaign, and the free voiceover service saves a lot of effort too,” he said.

As the world leader in audio streaming, Spotify brings music and podcasts to nearly 365 million users in 184 markets, across hundreds of devices.

This is where young people are — and where young people go, marketers follow, 71 percent of Spotify free listeners are under 35 and the median age of podcast listeners is 27.

In Nigeria alone, over 100 million citizens are active internet users. Of this number, 57.9 percent use music apps- up from 54 percent last year.

The median age in this market is 18, meaning that the majority of smartphone users are Gen-Z.

Similar to Ghana and Kenya, the Gen-Z market is increasing, and many young people are streaming audio.

The launch of Ad Studio is another way Spotify is leading the way in audio innovation globally and providing advertisers with the opportunity to grow their audiences in these emerging markets. 

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Wizkid Bags Two Grammy Nominations



BREAKING: Wizkid Bags Two Grammy Nominations

Popular singer Ayodeji Balogun otherwise known as Wizkid, has bagged two nominations 2022 Grammy Awards nominations.

The music star was nominated in the Best Global Music Performance category for his hit single, Essence, in which he featured Tems.

Wizkid was also nominated in the Best Global Music Album for his fourth studio album, Made in Lagos.

More details later…

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