#PSquare Live in #AbuDhabi #UAE – 6th April 2018 by #TheProject & #MackieEntertainment with official Radio Partners #BombayHottRadio – Get Your Tickets now!
International artist Mr. P of (P-Square- The Official Page) is coming to the capital for the very first time on the 6th of April 2018!
P-Square’s music is uplifting and incredibly hard not to dance to! Some of his best hits include “Personally”, “Alingo”, “Cool It Down”, “Shekini”, and much more!
So bring your dance moves to the BIGGEST beach party in town!
✮ Friday, April 6th 2018
✮ 8pm – 3am
✮ Hiltonia Beach Club, Fitness & Spa
Whatever makes you comfortable 😉
Get your early bird tickets (until March 11th) now from Platinumlist.net http://bit.ly/2FX9mXS
Facebook Event Page – https://www.facebook.com/events/778379025689119/ >
Table packages available upon request.
Keep an eye on the event page as we reveal more exciting details and giveaways!
Information & Reservations: +97156 948 4958
Singer Janet Jackson had a widely celebrated wedding to billionaire Wissam Al Mana just a few months ago. You might have heard that the wedding cost millions of dollars, and since that time, Janet hasn’t done any acting or released any music.
It has since been reported that Janet has moved to the Middle East and converted to Islam. Surprisingly, she also has disavowed music and left the industry entirely. Janet says that part of the reason she wants to leave music is so that she and her husband can live a private life away from the media.
Al Mana made his fortune through the Al Mana Retail group, which is owned and controlled by his family.
This is Janet Jackson’s third marriage and her last major media appearance was in a Tyler Perry film, “Why Did I Get Married?”
Janet is now 47-years old and still looking great. She got her big break in 1982 after releasing the album control. We will always love Janet, whether she lives in the US, the middle east or anywhere else.
Justin Bieber has been attacked by a male fan while performing on stage at a concert in Dubai.
The Canadian singer was playing the piano during his song “Believe” when the male fan rushed onto the stage and grabbed the 19-year-old from behind.
The fan also pushed Bieber’s piano off its hinges, making it unplayable for the rest of the concert, UAE paper The National reports.
Bieber’s bodyguards managed to restrain the offender as the pop star walked off the other side of the stage.
Despite the incident the pop star returned to the stage after a three minute break and finished the concert with “Boyfriend” and “Baby”.
Following the show Bieber tweeted: “Dubai. Nothing stops the show.”
The star also performed on Saturday in Dubai and withdrew one of his songs “One Less Lonely Girl” out of respect for the country’s Muslim faith.
He is said to have paused his show in Turkey on Thursday to allow fans to take part in the Muslim call to prayer. But he angered fans after arriving more than two hours late for his first concert at Dubai’s Sevens Stadium.
Thousands of parents and fans booed the singer when he arrived late for a sold-out concert at London’s O2 Arena in March.
Last month the singer was criticised for suggesting that Anne Frank “would have been a Belieber”.
by DAISY WYATT (The Independent)
The U.K. agency said it created 1.1 million jobs in Africa and Asia in 2012. The Chief Executive Officer of CDC, a British Government-owned development finance institution, Diana Noble, on Friday said
that the organization would create more jobs in Africa and Asia.
Ms. Noble said in a statement in Lagos that the organization was satisfied with its businesses worldwide, and therefore, would increase the number of jobs it provided on the continents.
“CDC’s new strategy is focused on making investments to grow businesses and create more jobs in Africa and Asia.
“CDC wants to demonstrate to other investors that it is possible to invest successfully in harder places, where the private sector is weak and jobs are scarce,” she said.
Ms. Noble said that the number of jobs provided by CDC increased from 976,000 in 2011 to 1,109,000 in 2012.
“In 2013, we will build on these achievements to create more jobs at no cost to the taxpayer.
“CDC also plans to provide expansion to businesses and projects to support local employment,” she said.
-NAN ( source : http://ipaidabribenaija.com )