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Begin the Festive Fun with Dora the Explorer & Spongebob at Nickelodeon’s #NickMas Event at Silverbird Galleria, Lagos



Nickelodeon's NickMas Event - BellaNaija - December 2014

Nickelodeon’s #Nickmas is Here!!!

On Monday 1st December 2014, popular songstress Mo’Cheddah kick-started festivities by lighting up the sparkling 10-meter fir tree outside the Silverbird Galleria decked out with decorations inspired by Nickelodeon’s TV characters.

To be part of the excitement and the unique opportunity to meet Nickelodeon’s Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants at the Character Grotto, a visit to the Silverbird Galleria is highly recommended for the kids and young at heart.

Date: Thursday 11th – Sunday 14th December 2014
Time: 12PM- 4PM Daily
Venue: Silverbird Galleria, Victoria Island, Lagos

This event is free!

Children who donate a gift at the grotto will receive a special gift from Nickelodeon and Multichoice.

Don’t forget to strike your meanest pose and take a selfie at the Nickelodeon tree with our official hashtag #Nickmas.

To learn more about Nickelodeon’s Christmas plans visit and click on the Nickmas banner, or visit the Nickelodeon Africa Facebook page

To join the conversation on Twitter go to using the hashtag #Nickmas.
BellaNaija is a Media Partner with the Nickelodeon #NickMas Event 2014


  1. sister Caro

    December 12, 2014 at 7:25 pm

    Hope when my kids donate their old shoes,it will be given to children in dire need of it.

  2. Drknite

    December 12, 2014 at 10:45 pm

    Thats hot! Spongebob is my nicca.

  3. Chibeke

    December 13, 2014 at 6:00 am

    How much more ne0-colonization do we need in Africa? When are we going to stop being the world’s puppet and play ground where they collect money from us in exchange for their Western culture and cartoon characters? How about our own African characters and warrior princess?? Can our kids grow up with cartoon characters that teach them about their history, values and cultural heritage??Does it mean that we have no culture and characters worthy for our kids to watch? Do we go to America to bombard them with our cultural characters?? If at all we attempt to, they put you in your place – at the margins. But we are all open hands consuming, consuming without questioning everyone else’s culture but ours. May God help us to use our senses to choose cultural freedom..

  4. see me see trouble

    December 14, 2014 at 1:10 am

    @Chibeke… you completely took the words out of my mouth. I’ve always wondered why we don’t support African animations/cartoons but hail the ones from these western people. We really have a long way to go. And to think that our celebrities support this, it’s really demeaning.

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