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Video | Watch Highlights from Darey Art Alade’s LOVE LIKE A MOVIE Sponsored by Fayrouz


Gosh brand sponsors are not subtle when they sponsor events in Nigeria. They turn it into blatant advertising and product placement that is so in your face. We need some “tone it down brand sponsors” in this area.


“If you missed this year’s edition of the unforgettable love concert, Love Like A Movie 2: The Roller Coaster which features US singer, Kelly Rowland, You can see all the glitz and thrills now!

Nigerian premium beverage drink and official sponsor for LLAM2, Fayrouz was there to capture all the exciting moments from the breathtaking concert. Lovers of Fayrouz were also given the opportunity to witness the concert by winning special tickets through the Fayrouz university challenge.

Delectable OAP, Toke Makinwa was the Fayrouz presenter of the night and she spoke to excited guests who were thrilled to be a part of LLAM2.”

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