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ABSU, Uturu, takes turn to host Glo Campus Storm

Abia State University, Uturu, will this Friday take its turn to host Nigeria’s premium musical show for tertiary institutions, the Glo Campus Storm.

The show which has entered its sixth week, was held last Friday at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, where it drew a huge crowd of both students and members of the university community.

The Abia State University edition of the show,  will also feature major highlights such as dancing and singing competitions, the beauty pageants for the Glo Campus Data Dude and the Glo Campus Data Diva, which attract a cash prize of N100,000 for the winners in each category and N50,000 for other eight participants and music from up and coming artistes and top rated Nigerian superstars.
 Artistes expected to perform at the ABSU show include Kenyan diva Victoria Kimani, hip-hop act, Kach, Nigeria’s fast rising music sensation, Runtown and the ‘Egberi Papa 1 of Bayelsa’, Timaya. Ace comedian, Gordon, who is going to anchor the event, will be coming with his basket of jokes, just as the dexterous female disc jockey, DJ Lambo, will produce hit vibes from the juke box.
Enthusiasm for the show is high already in the university community with the  Glo Campus Storm road show activation team ramping up excitement in the town with various activities geared at making the concert a tremendous success.
One of the students of the institution, Nkemakolam Okafor, said he  is anxiously looking forward  to attending the show.
Explaining the Glo Campus Dude and the Glo Campus Diva pageant, which is one of the key highlights of the show,  Globacom said the 10 winners from ABSU would join “the 240 winners who emerge from  24 schools and 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 urged students wishing to attend the concert to recharge their Glo lines with N500 campus data plan and be admitted into the venue for a memorable evening.
 
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