Photos: Darey, M.I, Femi Kuti, Nse Ikpe Etim and more attend maiden Nigerian Entertainment Conference

Ebuka Obi Uchendu and Nse Ikpe Etim Photos: Darey, M.I, Femi Kuti, Nse Ikpe Etim and more attend maiden Nigerian Entertainment ConferenceThe first ever Nigerian Entertainment conference which held today, April 26th at the Eko Hotel and Suites was attended by hundreds of the top industry players. Other than the very interesting sessions which covered the areas of music, movies, business, media and CSR, the inaugural conference ended with some of Nigeria’s most notable entertainment practitioners receiving NET honours (Honorary awards).

A total number of nineteen awards were given to select numbers of honourees who have performed very well in their respective fields. They included veteran music producer, Nelson Brown, Afro beat legend, Femi Kuti and African pop icon, 2Face Idibia.

Others include Nightshift Coliseum creator, Ken Caleb-Olumese, Juju legend, King Sunny Ade, godfather of Nigerian comedy, Ali Baba, Fuji icon, K1, revered movie makers, Amaka Igwe and Tunde Kelani, distinguished publishers, Kunle Bakare, Mayor Akinpelu and Femi Akintunde Johnson, music superstars, Dbanj and Don Jazzy, showbiz practitioner, Edi Lawani, renowned music label and media bosses, Kenny Ogungbe and Dayo Adeneye as well as Nigeria’s number one DJ, DJ Jimmy Jatt.

Notable faces at the conference include Coson boss, Tony Okoroji, CEO Megalectrics, Chris Ubosi, Darey Art Alade, Zeb Ejiro, Charles Novia, Ibinabo Fiberesima, GM Consumer Marketing, Kola Oyeyemi, Nse Ikpe Etim, Kunle Afolayan, Steve Babaeko, Sound Sultan, M.I, Weird MC among many others.

Ali Baba and Audu Maikori
Amaka Igwe, Nse, Jimmy Jatt and Sound Sultan
 Capital Femi and Chris Ubosi
 Dare Art Alade and Ebuka Obi-Uchendu
 Gbemi Olateru Olagbegi and Ibinabo Fiberesima
 Jaywon and Ejike Asiegbu
Ayo Animashaun and Kunle Afolayan
 Seyi Shay and Sound Sultan
  Steve Babaeko and Tee A
 Tony Okoroji and Weird MC
 Yvonne *Vixen* Ekwere and Fola
 Ali Baba, Ifeoma Williams and Nse Sule
 Ayeni Adekunle and Frank Nweke Junior
 Zeb Ejiro, Makmood Alli, Charles Igwe and Edi Lawani.
 Kenny Ogungbe – Cally Ikpe, Kenny Ogungbe and Ayo Animashaun

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