Ekiti Celebrates Sade Adu, Falz, Ayefele, Others With Concert



The Ekiti State Government in conjunction with an entertainment promoter, ScoopConcepts Media, has concluded arrangements to celebrate illustrious Ekiti entertainers who have put the state on global recognition including Sade Adu, Falz, Odunlade Adekola and Yinka Ayefele.

Others include Sola Sobowale, Odunlade Adekola, Fade Ogunro, Sesan Ogunro, Mayd, Kemi Adetiba, Yinka Ayefele, Tosin Adarabioyo, Phlex, Sasha, Bukky Fagbuyi, Tope Tedela, Teni Ola, Niniola, Mosunmola Filani, Foluke Daramola, Dr Frabz, Puffytee, and Fliptyce.

The Ekiti-born leading artistes will be celebrated at Ekiti State All-Star Concert 2017 scheduled for November 25 to honour them as Youth Ambassadors for putting their home state on the global entertainment map.

Addressing a news conference in Ado-Ekiti to herald the event, Chief Executive Officer of ScoopConcepts Media, Mr. Sunday Kolawole, explained that the show was also conceived to lay foundation for role modelling for future stars in the industry.

He explained further that All-Star Concert would also serve as a veritable avenue to showcase Ekiti State to the outside world and a means to positively channel the focus of the young generation to using showbiz as a launching pad to greatness.

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Kolawole said: “The objective of this is to celebrate our own on their land. It will be an opportunity to bring together the people of Ekiti on one common ground.

“Ekiti is blessed with great talents and legends, who have created exceptional reputation for themselves in the entertainment industry, locally and internationally”.

Commissioner for Information, Youth and Sports Development, Mr. Lanre Ogunsuyi, said the state government fully supports the show to positively engage the youths and draw them away from crime and anti-social vices.

He said: “This is just parts of efforts geared towards galvanising the youths and get them constructively engaged rather than leaving them to engage in cultism kidnapping and other vices.

“We have left the era of Certificate but talents. The era is about what you can bring to the table and discover, showcase, and exposed the budding talents that is abound in the youths.

The Director of Arts, Tourism and Culture in the Bureau of Arts and Culture, Mr Banji Adelusi, said the show would afford the state government to showcase tourist sites in the state like Ikogosi Warm Spring, Arinta Waterfalls, Ogun Onire Groove, among others.

source: Thenation


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