26th August, 2011
Police Inspector turned fuji musician, Alhaji Isiaka Ishola, will on the night preceding Eid-el-Fitri, storm Ikeja-based Chilly Bar in grand style in celebration of this yearâ€™s end of Ramadan fast.
According to the musician fondly called Askari, the all-night event is organised to welcome his teeming fans back from the annual thirty days fasting.
King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal also on Eid-el-Fitri day will thrill his fans, other fuji music enthusiasts and fun lovers At Water Parks, Ikeja, to make the occasion indelible in the minds of all and sundry.
In the same vein, Alhaji Wasiu Kayode As-sideeq on the same day, will storm Women Development Centre, Agege, for this yearâ€™s Jalabia Nite where he takes the centre stage to electrify the venue with his dazzling baritone voice.
The annual show is put up as an avenue where Muslim brothers and sisters converge socially at the end of Ramadan fast to give thanks to Almighty Allah.
Princess Cool Spot, Aboru road, Pipeline will equally play host to young and dynamic juju music act, Segun Famous on Friday, 2 September in a bid to welcome its patrons and other fun seekers alike back from the month long â€˜vacationâ€™ in a remarkable manner.
Meanwhile, Murphy Ajala, the CEO of Murphy Ajala Hotel, has put together an event tagged Reward Night on 1 September, 2011 to reward its loyal customers and well wishers.
The event will not only be rewarding, but also keep guests on top of the world during this yearâ€™s Eid-el-Fitri celebration, with Asakasa originator, Abas Akande Obesere, on the band stand to dish out old and new tunes.