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Preparations for the third edition of Pachedu Awards hosted by Simba Group International Limited are at advanced stage. The awards will honour musicians, socialites and celebrities who have excelled in their line of duty, bringing relevance to the community. The prestigious ceremony will be held in London and Harare on February 28.

The Harare version will be only the presentation while the actual ceremony will be in London. For the Harare leg, the night will be hosted by Platinum Entertainment at The House of Sphinx, Cresta Oasis Hotel.
PaChedu Awards beckon
Platinum Entertainment boss Spencer Madziya has confirmed the latest development. “We work in partnership with Simba Group International. Just like what happens on a normal awards ceremony even the just ended Grammy’s had the same scenario, whereby they presented awards to winners who won’t be there but on the same day. It is a case of venues because some of the winners might not have managed to travel. The main ceremony will be at the Quality Skyline Hotel in Luton,” he said.

He said they will present the actual award that is being presented in UK. The other organiser, Millicent Chanetsa, said this year is bigger and better.

“This year we have increased our categories to include social media contributions and community icons as these have immensely ‘in-putted’ in the shaping of the Zimbabwean media as we grasp the internet era that is fast gripping all walks of life,” she said.

Below are the nominees for the music awards:


MUSIC ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Tocky Vybes
Takesure Zama Ncube
Trevor Dongo
Prince Musarurwa
Tariro Negitare
MUSIC SINGLE RELEASE OF THE YEAR
Mwene Wemoyo Wangu – Mangwenya
Ndipe Rudo – Sanii Makhalima
Zvandadiwa – Nox
Yorira Ngoma – Tariro Negitare
Parere Moyo – Cindy

MUSIC ALBUM RELEASE OF YEAR

Kumbumura Mhute – Jah Prayzah
Gunship – Suluman Chimbetu
Mukombe Wemvura – Oliver Mtukudzi
Wenazaretha – The Charambas
Vavhimi – Tsvete

MUSIC VIDEO RELEASE OF THE YEAR
The last commando – S Magacha
Free to worship 2014 live recording
Ndipe Rudo – Sanii Makhalima
Zvandadiwa – Nox
Mhai – Tocky Vybes

MUSIC REMIX TRACK OF THE YEAR
Parere Moyo remix – Cindy and Trey XL
Chinotimba Corruption remix – Dr Clarence
Sahwira Wako – King Shady and Mathias Mhere
Zvidori – MMT (All star remix)
Tsvimbo Yamadzibaba – Tiva Style

MUSIC COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR
Mangwenya and Prince Kudakwashe Musarurwa – Tikure Murudo
Nox and Mudiwa – Shingirira
Lifechanging Nechavava and Primrose Njewa – Makomborero
Soul Jah Love and Sulumani Chimbetu – Nyuchi
Trevor D, Shyman and Soul Jah Love – African Girl

MUSIC EVENT PROMOTER OF THE YEAR
New Generation Entertainment
Chipaz Promotions
Y2K Promotions
Shamestone Entertainment

HIT SONG OF THE YEAR
Mwene Wemoyo Wangu – Magwenya
Makanika – Jah Prayzah
Kure Kure – Amara Brown and Jah Prayzah
Wongorora – Russel Russo Chiradza
Mhai – Tocky Vybes

ORGANISATION OF THE YEAR
ZIM Talent Hunt
Ministry of Tourism Zimbabwe
BodySlam Records
Zimbabwe German Society
The Book Café Harare

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTRIBUTOR OF THE YEAR
Mike Tashaya
David Kuraone Zinyama
Nomathemba P Ndebele
Larry Kwirirayi
Marcelina Chikasha

Adokiye Kyrian, popularly called Adokiye, is one Nigerian singer who is not afraid of controversies which has dogged her short career since Nigerians became conscious of her existence a few years ago.

Though she has struggled to make a mark in the make belief world, she is known for stiring up one issue or the other.
Adokiye Kyrian - I wish I could offer myself in exchange.
The Imo State Peace Ambassador who is making an incursion into the movie industry with her appearance in the movies My Brother, My Enemy and Ogbanje, has made another stunning dare to members of the dreaded Boko Haram sect in exchange for the kidnapped female students of the Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, who have been in captivity for over two months now.
Adokiye Kyrian - I wish I could offer myself in exchange.
Adokiye, whose nude photos became viral on social media, claims to be a virgin and that she is ready and willing to give her virginity to Boko Haram in exchange for the Chibok girls.

This is what she said:

This is 11pm in the night and do you know what I am thinking about? Those little girls, where they are and what could be happening to them. It is just unfair. They are too young. I wish I could offer myself in exchange.

They are between 12 and 15 year old girls for Christ sake. I am older and more experienced. Even if 10 to 12 men have to take me every night, I don’t care. Just release these girls and let them go back to their parents.

WE hope Abubakar Shekau and his band of terrorists read this and come for Adokiye.

Nigerian pop star has offered up her virginity in exchange for the release of the schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram.

Adokiye Kyria, who describes herself as a United Nations Peace Ambassador on her website, gave an interview to Vanguard Showtime magazine in which she mused on the fate of the girls.

The 23-year-old said: “This is 11pm in the night and do you know what I am thinking about?

“Those little girls, where they are and what could be happening to them. It is just unfair. They are too young. I wish I could offer myself in exchange.”

“They are between 12 and 15-year-old girls for Christ’s sake. I am older and more experienced.
Adokiye Kyrian Offers her Virginity to Boko Haram
“Even if 10 to 12 men have to take me every night, I don’t care. Just release these girls and let them go back to their parents.”

In April Kyria announced she was a virgin adding “Any man that buys my mum the private jet I had promised her, wins my heart.”

Boko Haram kidnapped 276 schoolgirls in April, sparking international outrage and the #bringbackourgirls hashtag.

A month after the abduction, a chilling video purportedly filmed by the jihadi extremists was released.

It showed the Islamist militants and girls in floor-length Islamic dress speaking to camera.

Speaking for around 17 minutes Boko Haram's leader Abubakar Shekau said the girls have been converted to Islam and would not be released until Boko Haram prisoners are freed.

The girls are seen wearing black and grey Islamic dress called a chador (loose cloak) in an undisclosed rural location.

The group was founded in 2002 in Nigera's northeastern Borno district - where the schoolgirls may have been taken - and is committed to creating an Islamic state in Nigeria, where Sharia courts would dispense criminal justice.

Boko Haram - which means "Western education is sinful" - is only a nickname. Their preferred name is Jama'atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda'awati Wal-Jihad, which means "people committed to the propagation of the prophet's teachings and jihad".

Following the trendy issue of the Abducted girls in Borno state of Nigeria. Many celebrities have been protesting and speaking out about the issue, Nollywood actress Genevieve Nnaji was interviewed recently by CNN’s Max Foster, where she talked about her government’s response to the Chibok school girls’ abduction.
Genevieve Mnaji

The interview below:
Max Foster: Genevieve Nnaji is an actress, model and singer who has been raising awareness on the #Bring Back Our Girls campaign. She told me they won’t stop till the missing girls are found. Take a listen.

Genevieve: Everyone is involved. We are all mothers, we are all humans and these are young girls that have been taken into captivity and uh . . . we just felt that as . . . some of us who have a bigger face and more recognizable in terms of being celebrities and having a large fan base, we thought it’s our responsibility to help shed light and bring the fight to the forefront and stop this inhumane act.

Max Foster: There’s been some criticism of the authorities in Nigeria that they were slow to react to this. What’s your reading into that?
Genevieve: Um, for me I think it would be unfair to say our government was slow to react because no one knew whether they reacted or not. The thing is we weren’t told, that’s the problem, we didn’t know if they were aware of the situation or not. So, the major problem people are having is that lack of communication between the government and the people. We just wanted them to, at least, react to us.


And make it aware to our knowledge that they know what was going on, we knew there was a problem at hand, its just that lack of communication.

Max Foster: Has it improved now?
Genevieve: Well, it has improved a whole lot, Now we can see things being put in place, now we can see the efforts being made and again, that will be credited to the noise that has been made, towards the campaigning that’s been made around the world, you know, the global community having an interest in this.

So, we are grateful for all the attention. What it has done is create hope in a situation that seemed hopeless in the beginning.

Max Foster: What do you make of other countries offering military support of various forms. Is that something that you welcome or would you rather that the Nigerian authority deal with it themselves?
Genevieve: This has been going on way too long and um . . . there’s no shame in asking for help and in taking it. The truth is, terrorism is not a country’s, it’s not our problem, it’s not a continent problem, it’s a global issue and if everyone can come together and help fight it at every point, at any part of the world, as long as we act as one again.

This is a breach of human rights, it’s something that should concern each and everyone. So, it’s welcome.

Max Foster: How has this affected Nigeria as a nation?
Genevieve: I think this situation is becoming a bit too close to home and this has nothing to do with gender, religion or whatever.

This is a human right problem and we are all human and what is going on is very, you know, inhumane if you ask me. And what it has done now is given us that confidence to know that our voices are loud enough to heard all around the world and we won’t stop. — NET.

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