Story behind the name Change from Real Prince To.....

 The notion behind my change of name from Real Price to "GRENADE" Firstly I want to tell you that I don't just sing songs to entertain, but to pass a message, and my upcoming December first and tenths 2022 will not be different, it's a true life story that touches imaginary hearts, though coined with melodies, but crowned with stain, what an assertion? It's all about the notion behind the musical messages from a sixteen years old upcoming Nigerian HIP POP artist by the new name "GRENADE" formerly known as Real Prince, in this interview GRENADE said his first stage name was as a result of tittle of a Prince which anyone can Bare, That he will love his fans and the world to imagine and think out the reason why he decided to now be known as GRENADE. You can remember in the year 2020 while the world was going through the dreaded deadly disease called CORONAVIRUS the young lead with his siblings were busy creating vibes like Easy Life and Boyz ft. Star Que

Peter Obi’s Million Man March Grounds Umuahia

The one million man march embarked upon by supporters of Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), literally grounded Abia State capital city, Umuahia, on Saturday, as it caused heavy gridlock.

Supporters of the LP presidential candidate had gathered at Abia tower axis of the Enugu/Port Harcourt express way in the early hours of the day.

From there, they marched for a distance of about three kilometers to Michael Okpara square.

The crowd marched through Library Avenue/Akanu Ibiam Road popularly known as Bank Road as they made their way to the city centre.

The crowd were hailed at every corner of the city by commuters as they waved in admiration.

Obi’s supporters who took part in the march, cut across party line as people from different political parties, businessmen and youths were involved in the march.

Related: Attack on Obi supporters in Ebonyi a declaration of war – LP

Some of the supporters carried playcards with such inscription, “INEC please allow God to use you”, “Obi-dient all the way”, “vote out bad leaders”, and “Nigerians take back your country”.

As the march progressed, the crowd were chanting songs like “kerenke Obi…, “We are the structure, “We no dey give shishi”, while at the same time pleading with motorist and passersby to be obi-dient.

Some of those who spoke after the march said their support for Peter Obi will not end with the one million man march, but will stretch to polling boots where they will cast their votes for him.


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