Do Nigerian Celebrities Need Attitude Change?
A lot of Nigerian celebrities should work on their attitude as most face criticism due to getting into a fight with their fans, abandoning shows and being disrespectful to the media, reports Leadership writer, Anthony Ada Abraham.
Leadership, 3 November 2012
Celebrities all over the world are loved and seen as icons because they depict peace and love. Contrary to what is obtainable among some Nigerian celebrities, it seems that the ... read more »
Leadership, 30 September 2012
Since the attainment of independence in 1960, Nigeria has been grappling with socio-economic and political problems, but on the contrary, the entertainment industry is basking in ... read more »
Leadership, 20 October 2012
Celebrities in Nigeria are viewed by their fans as role models in whatever they do. They look up to them as their idols and people who represent the society simply because of their ... read more »
Vanguard, 8 September 2012
Man of the moment and wave-making singer, Ayodele Balogun a.k.a,Wizkid, is known for his many good characters and maybe a few not too cool ones. But none of them is ever seeing the ... read more »
Leadership, 12 August 2012
The Nigerian entertainment industry boasts of talented individuals who are using their God-given talents to unite the people. But on the contrary, some so called big wigs in the ... read more »
Nigeria: 'I Was Not Slapped'
Vanguard, 29 June 2012
Hip-hop sensation, David Adeleke popularly known as Davido, has refuted rumours that he had a scuffle with mobile policemen. read more »