Nigeria’s King of Nightlife, Shina Peller’s Star Studded 4 day Birthday Celebration

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Last week marked the birthday of one of Nigeria’s Entertainment Icons Shina Peller. And true to his iconic status the celebrations were spread over 4 days.

The first day, Thursday May 14th, which was his actual birthday, the CEO of Aquila Group, Shina Peller showed that he is not only a business man but that he takes his social responsibility to help the vulnerable and less privileged seriously. So to celebrate his birthday he invited people to join him as he visited the Pacelli School for the Blind and Partially Sighted as well as the Lagos State Motherless Babies Home. There was cake cutting, dance competitions, face painting and food, drinks and plenty of gifts for the children.

Friday the 15th of May, was Part 2 of the celebrations. Supported by Remy Martin, The Star studded night at Club Quilox saw A list Celebrities pouring in through their doors such as Dbanj, Banky W, Olamide, Jay Jay Okocha, Phyno, upfront and personal’s Paul Okoye, NFF President Amaju Pinnick, Basket Mouth, Bovi, CDQ, Lynx just to mention a few. Music was supplied by DJ Xclusive and Quilox’s resident disk Jockey DJ Consequence. The performances by CEO dancer “Ezinne Asinugo” and the Soul Sisters, Aquila Record’s Base One, Olamide, Phyno, Lil Kesh, CDQ was rounded off with a spectacular performance of “Feeling the Nigga” by Dbanj dedicated to the man of the hour “Shina Peller”.

Part 3 of the celebrations was a Private All White Beach Party attended by the CEO of Quilox’s closest friends and family. Sunday the 17th of May was a relaxed and chilled afternoon with food and drinks in surplus. There were performances by Aquila Record’s Base One, Que Peller, Triple MG’s Teckno and Skales with music supplied by Quilox’s own DJ Consequence. This Party was supported by Ciroc and MTV Base.

Part 4 of the celebrations was the grand finale of the festivities as close friend of Shina Peller, legendary artist K1 De Ultimate, delivered a 5 star performance and brought the house down as he performed and closed the birthday festivities which didn’t come to an end until 7am.

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