The official 1st Son of Port Harcourt is in Hamburg
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Duncan Mighty, the official 1st Son of Port Harcourt breezed into Hamburg toady 18th October 2012. Touchdown was exactly 19:15 pm at Hamburg international airport with his entourage. At hand to welcome the 9 ja based and born Super Star was no other person than Chief Kelly Orogun, the Olorogun 1 of Orogun Kingdom, and the invisible hand that moves most showbiz in Germany but remain to be hiding behind the backstage. But whenever you have Heritage media, there is no hiding places for invisible hands, because even if the world comes to an end, we will report it and sign off, to use the words of Obiora Nweke, our head Politics and Policy Desk African Heritage Print and online Magazine. Mr. Kwaku Douglas, African Heritage official photographer was at the airport to cover the brief Airport ceremony.
Duncan Wene Mighty is a composer, instrumentalist and entertainer popularly known as Port Harcourt 1st Son, an artist with vast creative knowledge and one of one of African most popular African Hip-Hop Artist. Duncan is in Germany, Hamburg to be precise to trill the business and media city of Hamburg with his style of vibes. The ground zero is Café Kesse, Reeperbahn 19, Hamburg, where Sam the young dynamic African (Kenyan) promises to make him, the crew and the audience have the fun of their life.
During a Short Airport reception Chief Don Kelly Orogun, the Olorogun 1 of Orogun, who hails from Orogun town in the oil rich state of Delta in Nigeria told the Airport press team that the show which is scheduled for tomorrow, Friday 19 October 2012 will be like no other show as both Germans, Africans and 9ja will have a fun of their life.
Earlier in the day Chief Don Kelly Orogun gave a press conference at African Heritage office. The first 5 persons that clicks like (article), gets a free ticket, provided they are in Hamburg and are there on or before 23:00.
Full press conference and the event reportage will follow after the show.