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Ali Baba to spend N50 million on January 1 show

28 November 2014, 16:07

Lagos - Ali Baba has disclosed he will spend  N50 million for his new year show tagged Ali Baba’s January 1st Concert, reports Nigerian Entertainment Today(NET)

‘The show is a 2 class act, with 12 comedians unveiling the  first act.

The 12 comedians would review, in the most comical way, events of 2014 from January to December while the rest of the comedians would analyze the events as presented.

The show will further have a different set of 12 comedians roasting and toasting different people and personalities who created buzz and made news the year round.

The comedy concert will also witness the presentation of awards to pioneers in their fields of endeavours.

Acts billed for the event Jaywon, D’Banj, DJ Jimmy JATT, Shola Allison, Bovi, Gbenga Adeyinka 1st, Owen Gee, Tee A, Bash, Teju Babyface, Yaw, Koffi, MC Abbey, Seyilaw, Elenu, Omobaba, Yibo Koko, Gordons and Okon Lagos.

Read more at  NET

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