21 December 2013

Nigeria: D'Banj Set to Celebrate 10 Years On Stage... Steps Out With Genevieve

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Genevieve and D'banj

Dapo Oyebanjo popularly known as D'banj is gearing up to celebrate his 10th year in the Nigerian Entertainment Industry come 2014. The world has watched D'banj grow in his career and it is no doubt that in 2014, the biggest celebration as well as the biggest project is expected to stem out of DMK Media.

Details of the celebration are yet to be disclosed, but insiders say, it is going to be one of the biggest things that will happen to the nation's entertainment industry in 2014. This development is coming just a week after the Kokomaster stepped out with Nollywood actress, Genevieve in grand style.

They were spotted at the Gulder Club Ultimate party, which held last Saturday, at Oceanview, in Victoria Island, Lagos.

Looking dapper in a white shirt, straight cut black jeans and a black waist coat, D'banj drove into the event in a Black Bentley, seconds after Genevieve came in her G-Wagon.

The second season of GCU, which hosted some of the biggest names in the Nigerian entertainment and media industry had the two celebrities partying and enjoying each others' company throughout their stay at the event.

Meanwhile, in the past 9 years, as a musician, songwriter, actor and businessman, D'banj has written his name in gold, receiving a lot of accolades for his accomplishments. His name has opened doors for the entertainment industry in the country.

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