by crossriverwatch admin
Housemates of Africa’s popular reality TV show, Big Brother Africa, BBA last Friday stormed Calabar to grace the opening ceremony of Calabar’s one stop nightclub, Beverly Heels.
Amongst the housemates who made their strong appearances at the event were Beverly Osu, Karen Igoh, Bimp and Bassey.
With the former BBA housemates attracting the attention of craving entertainment fans, the event held the captivation of every eye to the extent that traffic became a big issue along Marian way, where the unveiling of the nightclub house took place.
Performing the unveiling, the governor of Cross River, Senator Liyel Imoke, represented by the Commissioner for Local Government, Chief Peter Ojie commended the owners of the club for the initiative and their decision to situate the leisure house in Cross River describing it as important to the state’s tourism development drive.
Also speaking the Commissioner for Information, Chief Akin Ricketts, described the Beverly Heels structure as sign post to the state tourism developmental stride. He said the club house was evident of the good things found in the state and more to come.
According to Mr. Eyo Nsa and his wife, proprietors of the club, known in the entertainment industry as Nkoyo King, who also spoke with our correspondent, the name of the nightclub, Beverly Heels, was named after their little daughter, Beverly, and that they took particular interest in inviting BBA Beverly Osu and her fellow housemates because their daughter was fond of her.
Those who performed at the event include Sean Tizzle, Chuddy K, T-Shan, Mesula; while Channel O Derenle Edun anchored the event.
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