This Day (Lagos)

Nigeria: Pat Akpabio Launches Fashion Line

Gospel artiste Princess Pat Akpabio is at it again. This time she is all set to launch her fashion line known as Patileon Altitude. But this does not mean that she has jettisoned her love for music. To be sure, she is set to drop a new single off her third soon-to-be-released album titled 'You Can'.

Her first album was released in the United States of America where she was bred, but the gospel evangelist made a grand entry with a five-star concert at the Le Meridien Ibom Hotel & Golf Resort, Uyo, which attracted the high and mighty, most importantly, her brother in-law, Governor Godswill Akpabio. She released a follow up to the album a year after, and it was 'Right On Time'.

As a woman of virtue, sophistication and class, the album is set for release as a New Year gift and to inspire people to greatness. Pat continues to operate on a global pedestal, touring continents, to make sure that the new album will be widely accepted in the international music community as it will be distributed in North America by Tate Music Group.

Popular musician, Mista Xto has become a member of the Akwa Ibom State Council for Arts and Culture.

this was confirmed in a chat with him at the Uyo office of his record label and Full of joy at the development, Mista Xto who is a strong supporter of the Peoples Democratic Party in the South-South is definitely being rewarded for his contributed to the entertainment agenda, social re-orientation and direct mediation for the government of Obong Attah, Donald Duke, Senator Liyel Imoke and Governor Godswill Akpabio. His involvement in politics is no more news to his close allies and followers.

Xto is one of those musicians who does not only criticize non-performing governments through his multimedia company-South Central, but offers his wealth of experience to serve the people.

The Akwa Ibom State Council for Arts and Culture has as its Chairman, Hon. Enyina Herkin Inyang, Robert Nyong, Awajigana S. Toikor, Uwem David Joshua and Christopher Stephen a.k.a Mista Xto as member.

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