Organisers of the show sponsored by mobile telecommunications giant, MTN has announced the postponement of Lagos audition of its music reality TV show, MTN Project Fame West Africa.
This announcement was made earlier today, which was meant for its Lagos audition.
The announcement was made on their Facebook fan page. It reads, "once again, we announce the postponement of Lagos auditions which was earlier scheduled for today and tomorrow (22nd and 23rd June).
"We apologise for any inconvenience and we will communicate the new date soon on our various channels. Thank you."
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president | 6/22/2012 5:57:48 AM
this picture is shot from the toilet, with my eagle eyes i can see a man with pants down by the corner, . Reply this thread
Emmanuel.. | 8/1/2012 10:13:20 AM
I think,i just have to contribute on the final 24,am positive the judges made an error in selecting..the reason is well known to them Reply this thread
Neso | 8/22/2012 10:47:05 PM
anywhere in the world there are "materialistic, greedy, sesfilh, image obsessed, sex obsessed, power hungry people" - just as anywhere in the world there are unsung heroes. Nigeria has a monopoly on neither. The point is the former drown out the voices of the latter at the moment here. This is a result of a skewed (ie bought) media that focuses on who pays and more broadly, a post-colonial system that did not transform itself legally and constitutionally forty odd years ago. As elsewhere in the world, the end of colonialism did not issue in full scale decolonisation. A tiny clique took over the role of the British (or the French, the Portugese etc), denying any fully fledged democratisation project.But of course, you readers all know this only too well - you really don't need an oyimbo to regurgitate. The more direct point is, there are many types of expats just as there many types of Nigerians. I took a 75% pay cut to move to Nigeria. Its no big deal and I don't expect any back patting, but I certainly didnt come here to make big money. I know two doctors who could be earning over 100k each in London, but chose to spend the last few years earning N17k each in the middle of nowhere in Abia State. Not all expats are oil-working exploiters, just as only a small few Nigerians do 4*9. The fact all of the obvious points above have to made to 'irritated by narrow minds' original comment is itself somewhat irritating. Oh and its Globacom's turn to f**k up today! Reply this thread