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GAC Motor Nigeria Pioneers Celebration of Funke Akindele’s Hallmark Movie ‘A Tribe called Judah’

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On the 7” of February 2024, the giants of Filmmaking in the Nigerian Entertainment Industry gathered at the world class GAC Motor G-Style Showroom to celebrate the monumental success of Funke Akindele’s latest film, “A Tribe called Judah.”

GAC Motor Nigeria, leading automobile brand partnered with Filmone, Nigeria’s biggest film distribution business for this exclusive event aptly titled “A Toast to Funke Akindele; with top Nollywood actors and Industry legends such as Sola Sobowale, lyabo Ojo, Yvonne Jegede, Bisola Ayieola, Enyinna Nwigwe, Timini Egbuson, Adduni Ade, others and the celebrant her self Funke Akindele In attendance.

The highlight of the event was the presentation of a brand new GAC GS4 Luxury SUV to Funke Akindele by GAC Motor in recognition of her outstanding success at the Box office for her highest grossing movie which generated a staggering 1.2 Billion Naira in revenue.

Speaking at the event, Jubril Arogundade the General Manager CIG Motors Nigeria franchise owners of GAC Motor in Nigeria said “we are celebrating an icon Funke Akindele tonight for her excellence and this moment here serves as a reflection for all of us at CIG Motors and reminds us of the power of an excellent spirit, which has been our key goal in running our business.

We have partnered with people and corporations to transcend relationships beyond just business to showcase the power of collaboration, art and creativity in bringing a people together for one common purpose.

This is part of the reason we are taking over the automobile industry in Nigeria, our Market share, our outstanding products and our partnerships and collaborations speak to our excellent spirit.”

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ISLAMIC STAR ARTIST OPEYEMI JEMILAT UNVEILS 24 STAGE NAMES

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As Part of effort to gather momentum, recognition and to differentiate her brand among her peers in the music industry, Islamic start Artist, Alhaja Azakira Opeyemi Jemilat Alagbe popularly known world wide as Omo-Sheu has Added another feather to her numerous stage name as she unveil all her 24 stage names in a recent interview with August24news.com Senior correspondent. Ajagbe Adeyemi Teslim.

In this report, I will be reporting all the 24 Stage names of the Ado-Odo born star Artist.

Report have it that come next will Sunday at the prestigious Ijanikin Alhaja Jemilat Opeyemi Alagbe will be turban as the Amirah Shuharai of Awori Land by Rahamatulahi Islamic foundation under the leadership of his Eminence Fadilat Sheilkh Alhaji Issa AbdulGanny (Baba Ni-Jankin) during its 2024 Annual special prayer, Turbaning ceremony and Award presentation which will also be added to her stage name.

The Albdel Quadri Dorimu corner, Started her stage name with Omo-Sheu when she praise more than 100 respected Sheilkh in one of her album titled Eyin Anobi.

The List of her stage name includes:

24 Beautiful Names of Islamic Star Artist Alhaja (Hon) Princess Opeyemi Jemilat Alagbe aka Omo Sheu

  1. Alhaja
  2. Azakirat
  3. Honourable (Deputy)
  4. Princess
  5. Opeyemi
  6. Jemilat
  7. Alagbe
  8. Abeni
  9. Omosheu
  10. Omo-Olofin
  11. Omo-Alado
  12. Ope Dudu
  13. Amirah Shuharah of Awori Land
  14. Ododo Eye
  15. Wasiratu Shuharah of Ado Odo
  16. Amiratu Shuharah of Owode Yewa
  17. Mukadima Nukbatul Arifin
  18. Omo Idunnu
  19. Ola Anabi
  20. Bintu Shuyuh
  21. Oyin Nitemi
  22. Ola Barahamo
  23. Ohun Olohun
  24. Ogo Yewa

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Modupe-Ola Shine Shine, Iya nKa-ola, Opeyemi Jemila Felicitate with Barrymade As She resume ISMAN National Amirah

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The Trio of Cosmetics giant, Alhaja Module-Ola Shine Shine, Nigerian Born America Base Islamic Star Artist, Alhaja Sofiat Iya NKa-ola and her counterpart, Alhaja Opeyemi Jemilat has Congratulated and Felicitate with the newly Amirah Suarai of ISMAN, Alhaja Modinat Ashabi a.k.a Barrytide, Omo Babae, Iyawo Babae, Iya Agbaye respectively. 

Report has it that Islamic Star Artist, Alhaja Modinat Ashabi Barrymade has been elected unopposed for the second term as the National Amirah Suarai of Islamic Musician Association. ISMAN. 

In her congratulatory Message, Alhaja Module-Ola Shine Shine Said Barrytide victory as the National Amirah Suarai is a round peg in a round hole, that is why she was elected unopposed praying that may her reign bring more succour into the Association.

On her own side Alhaja, Sofiat Iya Nkaola hearty felicitate with Amirah Suarai Claiming she has been a wonderful and lovely sister and a lover of peace and unity. 

Alhaja Opeyemi Jemila told August24news.com on behalf of sister in love that “we will all rally round her to give maximum support so as to deliver good leadership because we believe in her leadership style” says Jemilat Opeyemi

The Peacefully and well conducted Election took place on January 24 2024 in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti state, Nigeria. 

Asabi will be inaugurated along side with the National President of ISMA, Alhaji AbdulAzeez Ibrahim Arafalujona at the prestigious Ikeja City Mall Lagos on Sunday 2024.

Other Elected officers that will join the inauguration ceremony Includes Office of the Secretary of ISMAN, Treasurer, Public relations Officers among others. 

Also Extending their felicitation to Alhaja Modinat Ashabi Barrytide is the sisters in love head by its Madam Mayor Alhaja Mujidat Lawal a.k.a Asbunallah respectively.

In a telephone interview with Alhaja Modinat Ashabi on her newly inaugurated office, Barrymade told news men that Welfare of its females members will be her priority. 

Barrytide, daughter of Fuji legend is no doubt an Icon in the field of Islamic Music, Event Moderator, Event Planner, Vocalist, Music Producer and the CEO of Barrytide Music company.

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AFRIMA, PMAN, MPAN, RELPI, AMAMN, Others Hold 2nd Emergency Summit on The Nigerian Music Industry Monday, Feb 12

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in line with its commitment to finding further lasting solutions to critical challenges in the music industry, all is set as the All Africa Music Awards- AFRIMA Music Business Summit in partnership with the Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria (PMAN), Record Label Proprietors Initiative (RELPI), Association of Music Artist Managers of Nigeria (AMAMN) and Music Publishers Association of Nigeria (MPAN) holds the 2nd emergency summit of stakeholders on Monday, February 12, 2024.

The 2nd summit is geared towards refining and consolidating the policy recommendations by the designated 4-man legal team.

The summit, which focuses on the rebirth of the music, entertainment, arts, culture, and hospitality sector/industry in Nigeria commences at 6:00 PM (Nigerian time) and takes place virtually via Zoom.

According to the President of the All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, Mike Dada, Nigerian Music industry stakeholders expected to be in attendance include musicians/artistes, record labels, A&R, producers, promoters, artiste’s managers, brands, songwriters, DJs & video vixens, video directors, equipment production and rental companies, publishing companies, streaming service companies, entertainment lawyers, royalty companies, choreographers/dancers, entertainment/music journalists and media, culture and music enthusiast, other supporting professionals: cameramen, editors, make-up, hairstylist, costumiers, among others.

Dada, who described the first emergency summit as very symbolic and fruitful, expressed optimism that the outcome of the meeting would soon manifest and would be appreciated by entertainment stakeholders not only in Nigeria but in other African countries and those in the diaspora.

PMAN President, Pretty Okafor said the music stakeholders meeting is necessary as it is aimed at encouraging continuous education and engagement of sectoral bodies on roles, responsibilities, obligations, and benefits to the internal and external players in the music industry.

“It is very necessary for all players within the music ecosystem, especially the artistes to join relevant organisations to further guarantee and protect them and their crafts,” Okafor stated.

Also, Chinedu Chukwuji, who leads Record Label Proprietors Initiative (RELPI)’s efforts in ensuring there’s a conducive environment for the recording industry in Nigeria to thrive said the Summit would further provide a collective voice for the Nigerian recording industry on issues of policy, protection and enforcement of the intellectual property rights of its members, and engagement with commercial music users, regulators, government, trade associations, etc. in furthering the interests of its members.

The first Emergency Meeting of the Nigerian Music Industry with the theme, ‘Identification of Internal and External Regulatory Mechanisms to Smoothen the Working Relationship among Various Stakeholders and Subgroups in the Music Industry’ was held on the 1st of October 2023.

Among far-reaching resolutions and action plans adopted at the Summit included participants agreeing that while legislation is the cornerstone upon which a successful and sustainable music industry is built, there is a need for well-crafted laws and regulations that can provide a stable framework for the industry, protect the rights of artistes, creators, record labels and promote investment, and foster a vibrant music ecosystem.

Participants also called for a legal framework that would institutionalize minimum entry requirements for players in the industry, including musicians and record labels to discourage quackery, mediocrity, and substandardization in the music ecosystem.

At the first Summit, over 70 industry players who were in attendance included veteran music producer and CEO Kennis Communications, Dr Kenny Ogungbe, AFRIMA President, Mike Dada, Sunny Neji, Pretty Okafor (PMAN President), Olumide Mustapha (Chairman, MPAN), Sijuade Adedokun, (President AMAMN), Chinedu Chukwuji, (National Coordinator, RELPI), Mayo Ayilaran, (DG/CEO, MCSN), foremost female drummer, Ara Olamuyiwa, Laolu Akins, Joel Ajayi, Yinka Obebe, Justin Ige, Kesse Jabari, Louis Udoh, Tayo Eleshin,  Precious Obeahon among others.

According to the organisers, the 2nd emergency summit of the stakeholders is strictly by invitation.

AFRIMA (All Africa Music Awards) is the Pinnacle of African Music globally.

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