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2017 Glo Mega Music Tour; Taking From The Poor To Give The Rich

Whenever music is mentioned, most people refer to it as food to the soul; truly that is what it is. Music is formed from combination of well organized sounds to create melody and harmony which can be clapped to, swayed to or danced to.


Globacom organized the 2017 Mega Music Tour out of the motivation that music is loved by all; both the young and old, fool and wise, normal and insane. The 2017 Glo Mega Music Nationwide Tour will have musicians such as Olamide, Flavour, Runtown, Omawumi, Yemi Alade, PSquare, Phyno, Timaya, Reekado Banks, Korede Bello, Di’Ja, Kiss Daniel, etc.

The mega music tour will run between April and October which as a way of *appreciating Glo customers and Nigerians in general* (how I wish it is true). The ticket to the concerts are said to be *free* but with a clause, "before anyone can win, such must have made a Glo recharge of at least #2000. What an Indirect Way of Taking from the Poor and Giving to the Rich!

Globacom Telecommunication is Africa’s biggest and best telecommunications network with millions of subscribers in Nigeria, Republic of Benin and Ghana. The company is also known for sponsoring of the Nigerian national football teams and the Premier Leagues in Nigeria and Ghana, African Handball tournament in Benin Republic, the annual Confederation of African Football (CAF) Awards since 2005, the Glo Lagos International Half Marathon, etc.

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