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Tim Godfrey, Waje, Yaw, Nedu, others to take the stage for ‘Ewuro’ The Musical, this December

Multiple award winning music artiste, Tim Godfrey, presenting the second edition of his hit play, ‘Ewuro’ The Musical, an emotional stage presentation that captures the struggles of women in Nigeria, with a focus on discrimination and violence.

‘Ewuro’ is the Yoruba representation of the popular ‘bitter leaf’ (vernonia amygdalina). The play leads a movement that exists to address discrimination and violence against women. The play is centered around the abuse women in Nigeria face on a daily basis from rape, to battery, molestation and widow’s funeral rites.

“Following last year’s edition, we’ve decided to make this edition even bigger,” says Godfrey, who is executive producer of the play. “’Ewuro’ The Musical highlights the challenges women in Nigeria go through on a daily basis. Audiences last year had a good laugh as the play went on, but more than that, they shed tears at stories that are popular, but which we have not really properly engaged as a nation.”

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The play is powered by Republic of Xtreme in partnership with Swift Think Limited and the Lagos State Government

Performing at this year’s edition are Waje, Yaw, Tim Godfrey, Lepacious Bose, Segun Obe, Chinonso Young, Nedu, Micheal Ejoor, Gbolabo Gibbs, Gloria Young, Isaac Geralds, Amaka Iruobe, Chioma, and Xtreme.

These are the showing details:

Date: 16, 17 & 18 December, 2016

Time: 12noon, 3pm, 6pm and Command Performance Sunday December 18th by 5pm

Venue: National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos.

Watch trailer here: http://bit.ly/2h9TebX

Tickets are available online at http://www.ariiyatickets.com../]www.ariiyatickets.com. For more information, call +2348055556525 or +2349086787099.

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About Tim Godfrey

Tim Godfrey is an award-winning music maestro of international repute. This creative gospel artiste, vocal coach, producer, music arranger, director, humanitarian, Speaker, ROX Nation CEO is known for his unusual style of blending contemporary fills into the African mix. Tim is a music director, song writer, voice coach and producer…with over 18 years’ extensive experience. His works include his 16 tracks debut album titled ‘SOUND CHECK’ which features hit songs like “AGIDIGBA”, and the most recent double worship album iWorship and Audience of One. As a leader, Tim has proven himself relentless, unstoppable and with an unusual knack for excellence. That philosophy has largely influenced his crew members ‘XTREME’.

Together as a team, these people are passionate and purposeful, running with the Vision to take the message of the gospel to the ends of the earth through music. As an artiste, Tim has garnered one, Trumpet Africa Gospel music awards for his recent single ‘Amen’ as the Best contemporary gospel song, NEA AWARD (NEW YORK), several awards of excellence for exceptional, selfless service and commitment and outstanding contribution to the music industry and a lot more. Beyond these prestige and glamour, Tim is a man with a heart for the people especially women; fighting violence against women through enlightenment of people through music and stage productions like EWURO. He is passionate about fulfilling God’s purpose and committed to raising the younger generation of talents in Africa through music and the arts.

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MEADEE BARIERE EKPO January 13, 2017 at 12:23 pm

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