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Banky W, Toke Makinwa, Falz, other celebrities throng ‘OffAir’ premiere

L-R: EBUKA, GBEMI, TOOLZ AND TOKE MAKINWA.
L-R: EBUKA, GBEMI, TOOLZ AND TOKE MAKINWA.

The premiere of the all-new season of the talk show, OffAir With Gbemi & Toolz, hosted by on-air personalities, Gbemi Olateru Olagbegi and Tolu ‘Toolz’ Oniru-Demuren, witnessed the presence of crème-de-la-creme in the Nigerian entertainment industry.

The event, held in Lagos and hosted by leading media celebrities, Toke Makinwa and Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, had in attendance several Nollywood celebrities such as Banky Wellington, Folarin Falana (FalzTheBahdGuy), Adesua Etomi, Bisola Aiyeola, Beverly Naya, and Osas Ighodaro, among others.

Other VIPs in attendace include Mocheddah, Maria Okan, Osi Dirisu, Oreka Godis, Latasha Ngwugbe, Steve Babako, Ayeni Adekunle, Debola Williams and John Ehiguese etc.

The premeire launch party saw the show hosts, Gbemi and Toolz, discuss topical issues such as entertainment, lifestyle, dating, relationship, marriage, and even sex.

According to the duo, the OffAir is an independent 5 – 15-minutes podcast show published also as a Youtube series.

It would be recalled that its first season has had 10 episodes, with about 250,000 views and almost 7,000 subscribers within the first three months.

With the official announcement of their second season, Gbemi and Toolz may be making their way into the next phases of their careers.

L – R: BANKY, ADESUA AND AZEEZ
L – R: MOCHEDDAH, OREKA GODIS, CYNTHIA OBI-UCHENDU AND ANDREA GIACCAGLIA
L – R: TUNDE DEMUREN, AZEEZ.
L – R: BEVERLY NAYA, BOLLY LOMO AND OREKA
L – R: TOOLZ AND GBEMI
L – R: BANKY W, ADESUA ETOMI, BISOLA AIYELOA AND SHODY

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