By Jonathan Ugbal and Cosmos Obi
The students of Cross River University of Technology, CRUTECH main campus Calabar and music lovers have been tickled by top Nigerian performing musical acts: May D, Tekno and Selebobo at the Coke Studio Show, CSS.
The show organized by the Nigerian branch of the soft drink company, the Coke Studio Show is said to be a global brand aimed at giving emerging musical acts in Nigerian tertiary institutions a chance to groom and display their talent thereby offering them firsthand experience of a first class recording studio in their coke mobile studio van.
Two students, Idiege Clement a.k.a LordKlemz, a 100 level guidance and counseling student and Akogwu Emmanuel a.k.a Valiantz, a 400 level Administration and Planning student both of the Department of Educational Foundation and Administration in the Faculty of Education, emerged winners from the musical elimination show performed alongside the guest artists but the first two went home with a headphone and iPod each.
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