Aspiring music star and DJ john onyeanwusi popularly known as johnel was born on the 1st of may 2002 in Lagos,Nigeria. he started his primary education at mylod private school after which he proceeded to the prestigious Nigerian navy secondary school Abeokuta Ogun state,for his secondary school education, where he graduated in 2018.
The singer & songwriter started his music career at the tender age of 12 while creating music he has released hit tracks such as HOPR & coco which is presently bursting the Nigerian melodic air waves .You can follow him on the various social media platforms :Instagram @neljohnel SoundCloud : johnel ..twitter : @shizzyww.
His tracks ijo (dance) & London girl are due for release next week & next month respectively
This will be the 5th annual year of Kenya in the Park (Kenya and Friends in the Park) is an event bringing together Kenyans in the UK and those who love Kenya together to enjoy a day of activities, music, food and keynote speakers. Come celebrate with us as we help us it give it character and style.
Please book early to facilitate better crowd control and safety for all.
Date And Time
Sat, 27 Jul 2019, 11:00 –
Sun, 28 Jul 2019, 22:00 BST
Plaistow Park, Greengate
After knocking Egypt, the hosts and favourites, out in the round of 16, South Africa’s Africa Cup of Nations was brought to an end thanks to a late Troost-Ekong goal despite battling back to level matter in the second half.
Nigeria took the lead through Samuel Chukwueze in the first half and looked the better team but a second half header from Zungu sent Bafana Bafana level. The goal was looked at by VAR, new to the competition since the start of the quarter-final, but the referee say it was fair.
With the game looking destined to go to extra-time, Troost-Ekong poked a corner home at the back post after goalkeeper, Williams, came out and missed with a haymaker to punch clear.
Nigeria are the second side in the semi-final after Senegal beat Benin earlier in the day.
#BlackStudiesBCU is launching a new MA as well as a BA in Black Studies in Criminal Justice for 2020. Join us for the launch Sat 20th July. Free registration at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/black-studies-bcu-new-cours#
WELCOME TO SUNBRIDGE WELLS – THE UNDERGROUND QUARTER
We created Bradford’s first underground retail complex right in the heart of Bradford’s historic trading quarter. With easy access from City Park and Sunbridge Road – Sunbridgewells has become a shopping and leisure area right in the center of Bradford linking the area from the new City Park to the Arndale Mall. Bradford’s own Victorian quarter incorporating restaurants and bars in a setting in keeping with the history and ambience of Bradford.
There are Victorian style units running the length of the tunnels and it has become an internal street with a large glass area above. A rear courtyard has been created together with open plan glass / steel staircase leading to Upper Miller Gate. This creates light to the tunnel system and has been covered by an atrium entrance and exit to the shopping area below.
The main entrance to the tunnel is behind the City Park development fronting the new City Park lake fountain and below the staircase leading to Sunbridge Road. With City Hall, Lloyd’s Bar, Starbucks, Nando’s, Bradford Councils Art Gallery Number One, Jury’s Hotel, The Alhambra and Provident are in the direct vicinity – which is an ideal area for new and existing business to trade.
We are here to promote both independent retailers young and seasoned entrepreneurs in the Bradford area – with easy in and out flexible trading terms making Sunbridgewells an ideal area for new and existing businesses to trade in the heart of the city centre.
We opened Sunbridgewells for business on 09 December 2016 and by Royal Appointment HRH Princess Anne on 28 June 2017.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria have qualified for the quarter-finals of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, after defeating the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon 3-2 in Alexandria.
Odion Ighalo scored a brace, and Alex Iwobi got one goal to book Nigeria a match next Wednesday with South Africa