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Timi Dakolo, Dare Art Alade, and others to Perform at the "Stay With Me" Valentine Couples Dinner and Awards Hosted by Ben Ubiri

An extraordinary man passionate about successes in marriages, has designed a dinner and award for married couples in Abuja. 

Ben Ubiri, one of Nigeria's most sought after MCs, and On Air Personalities while speaking with Jenny Chisom on phone explained that his focus is primarily in seeing married couples have better understanding and enjoy marital life. True to his word, he has planned to host couples in the spirit of Valentine love to share, laugh, enjoy good music and learn.
Date is February 19, 2017 in Abuja.

Tickets are available when you call 07034952643

If you are married and in Abuja, you cannot mis out. Artistes billed to perform include Timi Dakolo, Dare Art Alade, Blessing, Zainab, Paul Play, Abuja Coral Ensemble and other acts. 


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