A Nigerian lady who recently became an internet sweetheart after sharing how she soaked garri, has received monetary gift from famous musician, Davido.
The young woman known as Okoli posted a video which showed her going out in the middle of the night to buy ‘fried rice’ which turned out to be garri and sugar.
She proceeded to sit on her bed and drink the garri at home with so much joy on her face and this melted the hearts of many.
The video went viral and got the attention of Davido who decided to send N2 million to her through celebrity blogger, Tunde Ednut.
He sent a DM to Ednut and revealed that he liked the content. Omo Baba Olowo also asked for Okoli’s details. The blogger shared screenshots of their chat and revealed what they discussed.
Meanwhile in other news…
David Adeleke, professionally known as Davido recently launched a model football talent hunt programme in partnership with the Abu Salami Media and 1XBet.
The talent hunt tagged ‘Davido Dream Football Show’ comes with a designed curriculum that has the potential to develop fundamental technical skills and tactical awareness in young players who are committed to competing at the highest levels.
Chief Executive Officer of Abu Salami Media and Chairman of DDFS, Abu Salami, during a media presentation in Lagos, on Tuesday, said the programme is aimed at empowering and supporting young male football talents between ages 18 and 22 within Nigeria and around Africa.
Salami said; “The Davido Dream Football Show will enable young football talents to realise their dreams of becoming stars in future.”
According to the CEO, the reality TV show would run for 30 weeks with one episode to be shown every week.
“First, we will organise screening of those who will register. Once they are screened, we will organise a series of trials. From that exercise, the best among them will be selected for camping for the final show,” he added.
On his part, Davido who’s the DDFS president, said the reality talent show will birth opportunities for young people across Nigeria and the African continent.
He said; “We all know impact is essential and a show like this will not only engage the minds of the youths, it will birth meaningful changes and opportunities for youths across Nigeria and Africa as a whole. I believe it’ll also set the pace for impact-driven initiative in grassroots football in Africa.”
According to organisers, the selection process for talents to join the show would be based on skill, attitude and commitment through scheduled screenings across Nigeria and camping geared towards training selected talents for trials with partner clubs in Europe.