Goldie, Dagrin, Amaka Igwe, Keffi Other Late Entertainers To Be Honoured At NEC

The Nigerian Entertainment Conference, holding on Wednesday April 22 at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, will take time out to specially recognize some prominent Nigerian entertainment personalities who have passed on over the past five years.
Among those to be remembered are much-loved Nollywood actor Muna Obiekwe, singer and TV star Susan Filani aka Goldie, renowned movie producer Amaka Igwe, rapper Olaitan Oladapo aka Dagrin, Kannywood actor Dan Ibro, and acting legend Justus Esiri. Others who will be remembered on the day are distinguished fashion designer Oluremi Dorcas Osholake aka Remi Lagos, Margaret-Mary Joseph aka Zara Gretti, prolific actor Enebeli Ebeluwa, singer Kefee Don Momoh and actors Sam Loco Efe, Peter Eneh, and Francis Agu.

Others to be recognized are actresses Bisi Komolafe and Ashley Nwosu, Yoruba movie actor Ishola Durojaiye aka Ahmed Alasari, Nigerian music icon Fatai Olayiwola Olagunju aka Fatai Rolling Dollar, street music symbol Olufemi Mayomi aka Father U-Turn, actor Tony Umole, movie producer Collins Ifeanyichukwu, rapper Obiajulu Kenneth Nwaozor aka MC Loph, comedian John Chijioke aka CD John and music icon Christy Essien Igbokwe.
The annual Nigerian Entertainment Conference, organized by Nigerian Entertainment Today (NET) is a discussion and agenda-setting forum for the entertainment industry in Nigeria and since its inception in 2013, it has become the premier location for all internal and external conversations in the industry. NECLive 3 is themed “Buying And Selling Nigerian Entertainment…And Everything In Between” and it will bring together several important personalities from across the many fields within the entertainment industry such as EbonyLife CEO, Mo Abudu, veteran actress, Joke Silva, Iroko TV founder, Jason Njoku, pop superstar Davido, founder of NotJustOk, Demola Ogundele, music producer Shizzi, fashion designer Mai Atafo, Quilox Club owner Shina Peller and actress Ini Edo.
Apart from honouring departed entertainers, living Nigerian entertainers will be awarded NET Honours in recognition of their contribution to the Nigerian Entertainment Industry. This year’s NET Honours list includes some industry behemoths such as celebrated OAP JAJ, respected music producer Cobhams Asuquo and iconic actor and musical pioneer Moses Olaiya aka Baba Sala,