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Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Amstel Malta, Tuface Shutdown UNIBEN

Barely few weeks into the new semester, students of University of Benin, one of Nigeria's prestigious higher institutions of learning, had cause to be extremely excited when Africa's singing sensation, Tuface in collaboration with Amstel Malta, the number one premium low sugar malt drink in Nigeria stormed the campus.

The university was already agog when the news filtered through that Tubaba as Tuface is fondly called by fans, would be performing in the school in the ongoing Campus Connect Tour of Tuface and friends.

As expected, it was a complete shutdown as the event witnessed a mammoth crowd. Over five thousand students were in attendance and the University sports complex -venue of the concert - was a beehive of heightened activity.

Giving the rationale behind Amstel Malta'a partnership with Tuface and friends, Mrs. Adedoyin Owotomo, Brand Manager Amstel Malta, said, “Our partnership with Tuface is borne out of the desire to encourage our consumers at all levels to be the best in whatever they find themselves doing”.

After a thrilling performance that kept the students on their toes for hours, an excited Tuface Idibia, thanked the crowd for coming out to listen to him and his friends and promised to revisit the school again.

Some of the students commended Tuface for coming to perform and for "warming" them up as the new semester begins. Harrison Pius, a 200 level student of Political Science, Jackson, a 300 level student of Chemical Engineering and Lima, a 100 level student of Bio Chemistry showed their talents too.
   
Tubaba is stomping the yard with a line-up of friends that guarantees an unforgettable experience for fans. Hypertek’s hot boys Dammy Krane and Rocksteady alongside Vector, and long-time collaborator Sound Sultan are rearing to go.

The next show is billed for May 14 at the University of Port Harcourt and Institute of Management and Technology, Enugu on May 16, while University of Abuja will come alive on May 23.

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