Top 5 GTA community gist’s in March 2022.
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This episode of the Top 5 GTA community gist’s in March 2022 comes with a painful loss of a Nigerian Canadian actress.
Well, like the living will say: life goes on, we shall all leave someday.
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Iyawo Olue celebrated her late mothers one year remembrance in grand style.
Toyin Shokoya popularly know as Aya Olue celebrated the one-year remembrance of her late mother Chief Mrs. Olufunmilayo Shokoya ins grand style on the 19th of March 2022 at the Manhiya Convention center, 95 Eddystone Avenue in Toronto.
The socialite, event promoter and CEO of Tee world entertainment said beautiful things about her late mother and appreciated the massive community turn out. It was a great evening with live band performance, a lot to eat and drink and a DJ.
Nigerian Canadian actress, Afolashade Abisoye Quadri buried amidst tears.
It was shocking news to friends and families of Afolashade Abisoye Quadri in the early hours of 17th March 2022 as the news of her death filtered unbelievably through the community. Friends had to drive down to the Kitchener home of the delectable actor cum entrepreneur to confirm the news.
The prominent and articulate thespian passed on in her sleep few weeks after her birthday. Afolashade Abisoye Quadri was born February 11th, 1982, she was a beautiful soul, hardworking and creative.
She was buried on the 24th of March,2022 at the Bernardo Funeral home amidst tears of loved ones. She will be greatly missed. Rest on Shade.
ABODE community celebrated art against racism event with Ghana King
It was unique and spectacular virtual gathering organized by ABODE community services, with the theme Art against Racism. The virtual event had artistes’ performance and cultural display by Iyameto productions. The highlight was the attendance of the King of Ghana and his Queen. The Monarch spoke about the rich culture of the gold coast and thanked the organizers of the event.
Abode Community Service Centre (ACSC) is a non-profit organization empowering vulnerable black communities with equitable access to food, social connectedness and healthcare promotions.
Top Nigerian comedy/entertainment stars endorses De don unblended in Canada
Mr. Iruvwe Okeremute popularly know as De don seems to be underrated in the Nigerian comedy circle, the intelligent comedian has made history in the Canadian comedy industry. His forthcoming comedy event promotions has redefined his personality and position in the industry. He has done an unprecedented act going by the status of great Nigerian comedians that has shown support for his April Canada -Toronto and Calgary show tagged De don unblended.
Great Nigerian stars like Bovi, Okey Bakassi, Teju baby face, African China, Koffi de guru, destalker, Eboh Bomb and a host of others have proudly said great things about the Nigerian Canadian comedy act that speaks volume about his creativity and respect in the international comedy industry.
The tickets are still on sale, and we encourage you all to come and experience the event.
Jimi Alasela announces 2022 date for the 5th All white Toronto Boat Cruise.
Multi talented CEO of 24-7 Lounge and restaurant located at 106 Humber college boulevard Toronto in a press release stated that the much-awaited 2022 5th edition of all white boat cruise will hold on the 9th of July 2022.
The event is packaged by Alashk Heritage promotions, they are the pioneer organizers of all white boat cruise event.
We asked how the 5th edition will look like and he said this year’s edition will be best. He said all attendees will get value for their money and a lasting memory. He added dinner will be served, they will be bottle services and expect 2 DJ’S and MC’s. He encouraged that celebrant can book tables on the boat for unlimited fun. For further information please call 647-864-4912