Saturday, 4 March 2017

Classiq Disaster At Keffi Shut Down Event

One of the show that had the potentials of being the biggest event so far in Nasarawa State University became a classic disaster due to a total electrical blackout at the venue and the strictness of the school securities.

NsukGist learnt that the main act in this event was forced to trek from the school gate down to the event venue because school security denied his convoy entry into the university. 

Immediately Classiq arrived at the venue and passed through the main entrance, a group of people forced their way into the auditorium claiming they are part of Classiq crew coming from Abuja and they won't be buying tickets to gain entry into the event, this act cause a commotion which resulted to a noisy disturbance that lasted up to 5 minutes.

The show continued after the master of ceremonies Mc Kure calmed down the audience and everything was back to normal, with great performances from the likes of Elbo and Raven who thrilled the crowd.

As at 12am, an unexpected power outage disrupted the "keffi shutdown with classiq" show and brought it to an uneventful end. The officials in charge of the venue had to seize power and their reasons for doing this was because it was late and no event happening inside the school should last up to 12am midnight. The crowd was disappointed by this out-turn as the event just began to get intresting and the main act Classiq was yet to perform.

A crowd of over 700 was asked to move to another venue outside the school and this was the most annoying part because the students and visitors that came to watch Classiq and other NSUK stars perform was made to trek all the way to the school gate because there was no form of transportation at that hour. 

But even after all these catastrophic turn of events, students still followed the Northern Nigerian heavyweight rapper popularly known as Classiq to the new venue to watch him and other NSUK artistes perform but some went home as the organizers didn't offer an easy means of transportation to the new venue.

We hope event organizers in Nasarawa Stae University will learn from this and make upcoming events more better and comfortable for both the performing acts and students of the institution who often sacrifice from N500 - N1000 as gate fee to watch their favorite super stars perform. 

And big thanks to Osas Entertainment for bringing in Classiq to NSUK. 

Written And Compiled By Suleiman Adamu, A 200L Student Of Political Science NSUK And A Lover Of Entertainment.


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