Anyigba bubbles with Glo Mega Music Concert

Chukwuemeke Iwelunmo and Moses Oyediran

Uncommon entertainment ignited the university community of Anyigba, Kogi State, last Saturday as the flagship show, the Glo Mega Music Nationwide Tour, held at the sports field of Kogi State University.

Attendees from the university community and environs trooped out to the venue of the show early to participate in the fun, where the duo of Juliet Ibrahim and Mercy Johnson-Okojie thrilled the audience as comperes.

With thumping feet, sundry dance moves and catcalls, the mammoth crowd savoured the show, as DJ Tops serenaded them while different categories of contestants took to the stage for free-style rapping and dancing competitions.

Runtown, the dance hall master, flagged the show proper, belting out some of his hit tunes Kolabo, Fijo Gbowo, Emergency, Baby Answer, Bend Down Pause and Superwoman.
Omawumi, the Na who I Go Ask crooner, was the second act and she was splendid in her performance as she treated the crowd to danceable Kokoma Bonsue, Somori and As I dey tracks. She was followed by another female vocalist, Yemi Alade, who also gave the audience pulsating stage performance with her equally talented band members. Her Ferrari track got the audience yearning for more.

Mama exponent, Kiss Daniel, took the show several notches higher with his No Be You track, which transformed the hall into a dance club as all attendees took to their feet dancing and cheering.

The Egberi Papa 1 of Bayelsa, Timaya, and the African Queen Singer, Innocent Idibia, a.k.a. Tuface, wrapped up the evening of sublime fun with above par performance that satiated the crowd and left them asking for more.

Commenting on the show, an attendee, Anka Samuel, enthused that “no other company could have done this apart from Globacom, and it is a welcome development that Glo is coming to our school for the second time in three weeks”.

The next stop for the show is Trans Amadi, Port Harcourt. Glo subscribers in that locality who are willing to attend the show are expected to have used up to N2,000 recharge card for voice or data within the last one month and to text “MUSIC PORT HARCOURT” to the short code 207.

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