Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Glo holds youth musical concert at Abia State University

The next edition of Globacom’s first-rate music concert, Glo Campus Storm, will be held this Friday at the Uturu Campus of Abia State University.
A press statement from the grandmasters of data said the Glo Campus Storm  crew had already arrived at Uturu from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, which hosted the show last Friday, and that arrangements had been concluded to give students of Abia State University a memorable fun night. According to Globacom, popular entertainment acts, including Kenyan hot singer, Victoria Kimani; hip-hop acts Kach and Runtown; dancehall king and newly signed on Glo ambassador, Timaya; ace comedian, Gordons, and female disc jockey, DJ Lambo, have been contracted to ensure guests from Uturu and environs will have a dazzling experience.

The company added that several side attractions have been built into the programme to guarantee an all-round entertainment package. These include dancing and singing competitions, comedy, beauty pageant and performances by up and coming artistes. 
“There will also be the usual ‘Glo Data Dude’ and ‘Glo Data Diva’ competitions. Ten winners in each campus will receive up to N100,000 each in the competition. The 240 winners who emerge from  the 24 schools where the show will be held will have the chance of winning N1 million in scholarships in addition to being signed on as Globacom Brand Ambassadors. They will also get special invitations to all Globacom organized events and shows such as the Glo-CAF Awards, Glo Laffta Fest and Glo Slide 'n' Bounce concerts," Globacom explained.
Students who wish to be part of the Uturu experience are expected to recharge their Glo lines with N500 Campus Data plan to qualify for admission into the venue of the show.
Feelers from the town indicate that excitement has enveloped the environment especially with the Glo Campus Storm road show activation going on. 

Nkemakolam Okafor, a third year student of Abia State University, expressed the feelings of huge expectations of most students of the school. “I attended the concert at the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, and was awed by what I saw.  Now that it’s the turn of my school to host the show, I’m going to feel at home. I can’t wait to see the likes of Timaya and Runtown here in Uturu”, she declared.

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