Second Edition of Abuja Entertainment Seminar records successful turn-out


    The Abuja Entertainment Seminar held over the past weekend at Sandralia Hotel Abuja and was well attended by top personalities and celebrities in Abuja entertainment circle and beyond such as Tee Y Mix, Terry Tha Rapman, GospelOnDeBeatz, Bigmo (Wazobia FM), Tunde (Styl Plus), Modenine, Morell, Paul Play, Shortcut, Chuks D General, King Akan (CEO, Green Label Entertainment), Mr. Collins Adeyemi (Former PMAN Governor, Abuja Chapter), Dominic (Barcity TV), Candelbeats to name a few.

    Officials from top government organizations such as the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) and the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) were also present.

    The annual event which is organized by 41 Naija Entertainment brought together entertainment practitioners and stakeholders. The theme of the seminar was “Investing in our local content and growing the economy through entertainment.” The event which was hosted by popular On-Air personality, Bigmo of Wazobia FM and moderated by Oge Kimono, saw thrilling performances from star artist Morell and popular Abuja based comedian, Shorcut.

    There were a total of four speakers at the seminar. Paul Alaje, a Business Consultant spoke on the topic “The creative industry and the economy”, Mr. Okoh Aihe, Deputy Director, Online Media Publications (NCC), who represented the Director of Public Affairs, Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC), Mr. Tony Ojobo, spoke on “ICT and entertainment: the drive to a sustainable economy”, Professor S.E. Ododo, President of the Society of Nigeria Theatre Artists spoke on “The place of arts and entertainment” and renowned music producer, Tee Y Mix who was also an invited speaker treated the topic “Building a brand with your craft.”

    There were a total of three panels. The first panel session featured Mrs. Franca Aiyetan of the NBC, Andy Madaki, Mode 9, Paul Play and Belema Meshack Hart (CEO Tatafonaija), Burnertunes who deliberated on the topics “Creating Content for a Target …Read More

    Source:: Linda Ikeji Blog