Kwese Cable Tv is now in Nigeria and has extremely unique qualities that would make you desire to have it over other cable televisions. A combo of Kwese’s satellite dish and decoder costs N10,960 (with free installation Subscribers are also offered a free subscription to Kwesé TV’s full entertainment and sports bouquet for the first … Read more
Ihis is not a film trick, so don’t let it pass you by. The Mogford yearly competition for food and drink writing is here again and entries will be accepted between 26th October, 2017 and 3rd January, 2018. In essence, the closing date is 3rd January, 2018. (12 noon, GMT) What you must do to … Read more
Eligibility Entrants must be citizens of a Commonwealth country Entrants must be aged 18 years or over on 1 November 2017. Your short fiction must be between 2000- 5000 words One entry per writer It must be an unpublished fiction. Prize There will be five winners, one from each region. One regional winner will be … Read more
The movie “Aburo mi (My younger sister)” portrayed the wicked lifestyle of a lady Teniola (MERCY AIGBE). She only associated with the rich people and insulted the poor ones. Teniola always crushed anyone or anything that came her way, as well as anyone that had in his or her possession what she wanted. So, it … Read more
Hurraaaay! We are bringing Christmas to you early. The camera is about to roll for the next video shoot of Ogefash’s story series “Ogefash’s tales”. It comes up in November. For sponsorship and advert placement, simply call 08087261006, 08160799747. This edition promises to be bigger and better. Lots of fun! See you there.
SYNOPSIS TO THE MOVIE ABURO MI (MY YOUNGER SISTER) RAFUI AFOLABI FILM PRODUCTION CAST MERCY AIGBE ACTED AS TENIOLA IBRAHIM JEKEEN ACTED AS YOMI KEHINDE ADAMS ACTED AS TUNJI JUMOKE GEORGE ACTED AS MUM TENIOLA TUNDE USMAN ACTED AS OKELE TEMITOPE SOLAJO ACTED AS BUNMI TAIWO ADEPEKO ACTED AS SEWA KEMI APESIN ACTED AS CARO … Read more
Do you have an Hausa friend or customer, and you feel like surprising them by speaking their language? Ogefash’s blog has got you covered. Put down a word, and we will translate it in Hausa for you. Today’s words… HAPPY: FARIN CIKI; SEE: GAN-GANIN; YOU:KU, KUNA, KA; NEW WEEK: SABO MAKO; THIS: WANNAN. ENG: I … Read more
OYA AND SEBI ORIGINAL So what are the popular sentences you know that Nigerians make/say with the words “oya” and “sebi”, oya (LOL, I am also guilty of this) drop it in the comment box and let us get your view. Also, what words should be used in place of “Oya” and “Sebi” The popular … Read more