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Photos: Nollywood Celebrities In Aso Rock For Nigeria’s 54 Indep. Day Presidential Dinner

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Oct 1st, 2014 – Pictures: Nigerian Movie Star At Aso Rock In Abuja For Nigeria’s 54 Independence Day Presidential Dinner

President Jonathan today hosts popular Nigerian celebrities to a dinner at Aso Rock Presidential villa to mark Nigeria’s 54th independence day anniversary.

Celebrities spotted at the dinner tonight were Omoni Oboli, Ibinabo Fiberesima, Segun Arinze, Ramsey Nouah.

Scroll down for more pics.

Omoni Oboli’s flawless dress was designed by April By Kunbi.

There are more Nollywood celebrities inside Aso rock right now.

Stay in touch for more photos from the dinner.

6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Abdullah

    October 1, 2014 at 8:30 PM

    In 1960, it was predicted that three emerging Nations, Nigeria, Brazil and India will be the economies to watch out for,Today, India and Brazil are already manufacturing cars, Nigeria is still importing second hand cars from Cotonu;AmericasGDP is higher than Nigerians but the price of maintaining a legislator in Nigeria is higher than that of the U.S;Our education is in shambles,70 percent of our population is poor;Our roads are death traps,Insecurity is so high that we are losing Territories to rag tag Insurgents,Our Health system is so bad that our leaders travel out for mere headache or check up, Electricity in Nigeria is epileptic, while Ghana celebrated one year of uninterrupted power supply,Nigeria cannot celebrate two days of uninterrupted power supply;Our economy is said to be the best in Africa, yet the woman selling tomatoes cannot see any positive impact.Is Independence worth celebrating in Nigeria at 54?

    • AbdulSallam

      October 2, 2014 at 1:03 AM

      I am Nigerian resident in Ghana and can tell you without any shred of doubt that your assertions Ghana is celebrating one year of uninteruptive power supply is not true and never accurate. Lots of things Nigerians say about Ghana seem to suggest Ghana has no problems at all or just conclude everything about social comfort is about electricity supply which undobtedly Nigeria is lacking. Ghana is currently going through power rationing and this had been around in the last one year and never abating. Nigeria has lots of positives which Ghana lacks and probably will take Ghana decades to catch up with Nigeria. I’m amazed how Nigerians suddenly think erroneously Ghana is a lot more better place to live than Nigeria when many more Ghanaians are denouncing Ghana to seek refugee status in Europe and third world countries as Brazil.

      Ghanaians are happy seeing Nigeria make them believe they have a better country by the manner Nigerians come to throw dollars at their educational establishments which are no better than what Nigeria has to offer, or Nigerians flying-in over the weekend to take some rest trying to avoid the husttle and bustle of Lagos and other cities in Nigeria. Ironically, Ghanaians still depend on Nigerian economic larggese to survive as a nation. While many Nigerians are still ignorant about the Ghanaian economic down turns; Ghanaians are hell bent campaingning to have their government changed in 2016 general elections. That is the true state of the Ghanaian economic situations and not what most Nigerians rides in their minds because they have money to throw at services provided in Ghana. Ghanaians who make their monies in Ghana are suffering and cannot afford very basic social amenities. Any wonder why Ghanaians have turned talkertive people 24 hours daily listening to radio stations.? Nigerians should project the positives in their country and stop comparing Ghana with Nigeria. Lagos State alone is equal to Ghanaian population and is by far a bigger economy than entire Ghana as a sovereign state therefore there’s no basis for comparism.

  2. AK

    October 1, 2014 at 8:57 PM

    Is Aso Rock such a joke now that actors and acresses troop in at will?

  3. Mata

    October 2, 2014 at 12:47 AM

    non sense

  4. AbdulSallam

    October 2, 2014 at 1:18 AM

    I am Nigerian resident in Ghana and can tell you without any shred of doubt that your assertions Ghana is celebrating one year of uninteruptive power supply is not true and never accurate. Lots of things Nigerians say about Ghana seem to suggest Ghana has no problems at all or just conclude everything about social comfort is about electricity supply which undobtedly Nigeria is lacking. Ghana is currently going through power rationing and this had been around in the last one year and never abating. Nigeria has lots of positives which Ghana lacks and probably will take Ghana decades to catch up with Nigeria. I’m amazed how Nigerians suddenly think erroneously Ghana is a lot more better place to live than Nigeria when many more Ghanaians are denouncing Ghana to seek refugee status in Europe and third world countries as Brazil. Will it surprise Nigerians that common cholera is killing Ghanaians in hundreds and has become insurmountable to control as Ebola killing Liberians and Sierra Leoneans.?

    Ghanaians are happy seeing Nigeria make them believe they have a better country in the manner Nigerians come to throw dollars at their educational establishments which are no better than what Nigeria has to offer, or Nigerians flying-in over the weekend to take some rest trying to avoid the husttle and bustle of Lagos and other cities in Nigeria. Ironically, Ghanaians still depend on Nigerian economic larggese to survive as a nation. While many Nigerians are still ignorant about the Ghanaian economic down turns; Ghanaians are hell bent campaingning to have their government changed in 2016 general elections. That is the true state of the Ghanaian economic situations and not what most Nigerians rides in their minds because Nigerians seem to have the money to throw at all services provided in Ghana. Ghanaians who make their monies in Ghana are suffering and cannot afford very basic social amenities. Any wonder why Ghanaians have turned talkertive people 24 hours daily listening to their radio stations.? Nigerians should project the positives in their country and stop comparing Ghana with Nigeria. Lagos State alone is equal to Ghanaian population and is by far a bigger economy than entire Ghanaian economy as a sovereign state therefore there’s no basis for comparism.

  5. Omobolanle

    October 3, 2014 at 9:34 PM

    Ijekuje ni oma payin becareful b4 oga Jona use u pple for sacrifice u are d next victim i rest my case

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