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VIDEO: Governor Abiodun’s Peacekeeping Efforts Yield Fruits As Aide, Hadi Sani Bags Eze Ndigbo Chieftaincy Title

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The Eze Ndigbo of Ogun State, Eze Willy Ejimnkeonye has conferred the Chieftaincy title of ‘Okwulora Ndi Igbo’ meaning “Symbol of Unity” on the Special Assitant to the Ogun state Governor on Inter-Ethnic Affairs, Prince Hadi Sani.

At a Ceremony which coincided with the New Yam Festival of the Eze Ndigbo general of Ogun State, held at Ifo local government area of the state, the Government appointee was bestowed the title, alongside Ogun State Trace Commander, Prince Seni Ogunyemi and other worthy Igbo Sons and Daughters.

Adorned in different colorful traditional attires, even the torrential rain could not deter the illustrious Igbo sons and daughters in Ogun State from trooping out to be part of the annual festival.

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In what could best be described as a show of ethnic camaraderie, the Yoruba indigenes, led by the Ifo-in-council, as well as the Arewa Community in Ogun state were on hand to identify with the Igbo people.

The festival witnessed the usual pomp, glitz and razzmatazz highlighted by the beating of traditional drums, singing of folk-lores amid chants of “Igwe.”

The Ogun state Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun who was represented by the Deputy Governor, Her Excellency, Eng. Noimot Salako celebrated the Ezendigbo Comunity on the new yam festival and expressed optimism that the nation would be more united, seeing as his Aide who is of the Northern extraction, was honored with a Chieftaincy title of High Chief Okwulora 1, which translates to Symbol of Unity.

Sarkin Hausawa of Egbaland Alhaji Ibrahim Hassan which grace the occasion affirm that in the history of Hausa community, this is a record braking situation for an hausa man to back such tittle from Ndigbo. Indeed it’s a sign of deep unity and prosperous peaceful coexistence among all Ethnic group in Ogun State

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The title was a significant milestone in that it is the first time a Hausa man is bagging a Chieftaincy title in the state, which is a sign of the unity and peaceful coexistence in Ogun state.

The Chieftaincy title is an acknowledgement and appreciation of the laudable efforts of Hadi Sani in promoting peace across tribal lines in Ogun state and Nigeria by extension.

While speaking with newsmen, Hadi Sani appreciated the Eze Ndigbo for the honour bestowed on him. He promised to keep sowing the seeds for peaceful coexistence among the people of Ogun state.

He reiterated that all hands were needed on deck to help the state maintain the peace under the administration of Prince Dapo Abiodun.

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5 Reasons You Must Attend Lockdown With TOE Comedy Show This December

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Unwinding from the “shege”, “shege banza” and “damboroba shege” most of us have experienced this year is a logical thing to do before switching to another year.

In case you don’t know, Tobi Omo Elegbede, one of the most sought after comedian and entertainers in the Gateway state will be staging the “Shege Edition” of his annual Lockdown With TOE Comedy show.

At Sauce.NG we’ve compiled 5 solid reasons you must attend the show if you really want to have a fun-filled December. Let’s Go!!

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1. Stage Drama

A lot are in stock for fans ahead of Lockdown With Toe “Shege Edition”. Organizers have dropped hints about series of stage comedy skits specifically packaged for fans at the events.

Tobi Elegbede and other comedians are not only coming to crack jokes, they are coming with drama and action packed comedy performances. Trust me, you don’t want to miss the fun and excitement.

2. Exciting Musical Performances

What’s a comedy show without musical performances to spice things up? Lockdown With Toe Shege Edition will feature appearances of some talented musical artistes who will be gracing the stage to exhibit their showmanship by performing some dope tracks for your delight.

A comedy show with a sprinkle of musical ingredients is what you’d experience come December 18th at OOPL Abeokuta.

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3. Fun With Nollywood Stars

It will interest you to know that Tobi Elegbede is not just a comedian but an all-round entertainer. He’s been involved in a good number of Nollywood movies that are doing well on YouTube and Nigerian movie market at large.

Trust a Tobi Elegbede comedy show to be star-studded with Nollywood favourites. The likes of Alebiosu, Feranmi Oyalowo, Lekan Olatunji, Joke Muyiwa, Baba Eleso and many others have all promised to turn up at Lockdown With Toe Comedy Show.

This could be your only chance to party and have fun with your favorite Nollywood actors and actresses. Just go get your tickets.

4. Funny And Creative Comedy Performances

It’s never going to be a dull moment on Lockdown with Toe comedy show, you know why? There are lots of talented comedians already set to put up some rib-cracking performances at the show.

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Do you really want to laugh and forget all the Shege that has happened to you this year? Then December 18th, OOPL is the place you should be for Tobi Elegbede’s show.

Don’t worry, laugh go wan kill you as Pastor Remote, Koye Comedian, Da Preacher, Bishop Comedian, Creative Toby, Mc Sekere, Mc Ace, Deji Comedian and a host of others will be delivering back-to-back exciting performances at the event.

5. Adequate Security

Lockdown with Toe is going to be held in one of the biggest and safest hub of fun and entertainment in Abeokuta, OOPL.

Asides this, efforts have been made by the organizers of the show to provide extra security at the event for the safety of all the attendees.

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At Lockdown With Toe comedy show everyone is going to be in the safe hands of expert security personnels who will be on standby at the event.

The End!!!

Lockdown with Toe “Shege Edition” is coming up live at The Marquee Hall OOPL Abeokuta on December 18 2022.

The show promises to be lit from start to finish. Read More About The Show Here

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Black Panther Shares 5 Connections And Influences With Nigeria

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There have been many conversations about Black Panther Wakanda Forever since its theatrical release.

The film has provided endless conversation opportunities, from discussions about its themes and tropes to its connection to Phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the homages it makes to African cultures to discussions about the movie’s overall message.

It is an eye-opener for any African to see the cinemas and not the brutality that has been shown on the silver screen.

For a long time, Hollywood has forced the world to believe that western history is all it has ever told. This is sometimes seen in the themes of online casino games NetBet. When Hollywood attempts to reach other cultures, these projects are plagued with misrepresentation or exaggerated depravity, or understated decency.

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Black Panther is one exception that shows the creative side of Africa, which has been sorely misrepresented by the media.

The movie depicts a fictional kingdom called Wakanda, which is made up of many African tribes with their own identities. Everything, from music and costume to set design and language, has strong African influences.

Here are five connections that Black Panther shares Nigerian influence and connections:-

Mbaku’s accent: In an interview with Winston Duke, the actor playing M’Baku (the leader of Jabari tribe), the actor admitted that he had taken his accent inspiration from the Igbo tribe of Nigeria. He also mentioned that the Igbo tribe had a strong influence on the Jabaris.

Kokou: This Yoruba god is one of the African gods mentioned in the movie. Kokou, a fearsome warrior deity of the Yoruba faith found in West Africa’s Benin, is mentioned. This deity is the only non-Egyptian one mentioned in the movie.

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General Okoye: While the African characters of the movie are from Wakanda but they still have names that resemble actual African names.

General Okoye, an Igbo name, can be translated to mean “born on Oye market days”. Oye, or Orie, in some Igbo languages, is one of four market days that make the Igbo calendar. It also includes Eke, Afor and Nkwo.

Inscriptions by Nsibidi: Just like the costumes and names in Black Panther, the set design is based on real African cultures.

One particular Wakanda text, found in the movie’s throne room, has inscriptions from Nigeria’s Southeast region. The cross-River state is where the origins of the Nsibidi inscriptions are.

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Playlist: The original Black Panther installment featured a playlist created exclusively by Kendrick Lamar.

Black Panther 2’s playlist featured songs by many Nigerian artists including Tems, Rema, and Fat Nwigwe.

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