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Guinness Africa Special thrills Benin with Music, Lights & Fun at #TheSpecialOne Party



Lead PhotoOn Saturday, February 6 2016, Naomi Gardens, Benin-city was the place to be and for as many that attended #TheSpecialOne party, it was a night of colour, lights and fun.

The party which was organised to celebrate Guinness Africa Special, the latest product from the iconic beer brand, Guinness Nigeria witnessed breathtaking performances from some of A-list acts including Phyno, DJ Spinall and some of Benin’s finest talents like Maleke, MC MOG, Orega, Lyrical M and Aza.

DJ Spinall brought down the roof and took the excited crowd down memory lane with amazing hits, Phyno on the other hand got massive back up as the audience couldn’t resist singing along the entire verse of his popular track ‘Connect’, the excitement was magnetic even as Phyno reciprocated the kind gesture by giving out his shirt to one lucky person in the crowd.

The guests were also treated to a fun experience with exciting activities including UV face and body painting as well as a live performance by popular graffiti artist, Osa who did a live- painting of the Benin pendant ivory mask on stage. It was indeed a special and magical night! If you were in Benin and you were not at the party, then you really missed out.

New GUINNESS AFRICA SPECIAL was made for us by us, with ginger and spices from African soil. Guinness Africa Special is the distinctive quality of Guinness stout with natural African extracts giving a taste that is vibrant and refreshing. It is 5% abv and sold at only N200.

With ingredients solely sourced from Africa, this is proudly ours. The African Guinness harp and Ankara pattern on its packaging further confirms the drink as truly African and its advertising developed by Nigerian graffiti artist Osa7, proudly projects the vibrant young African spirit.

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It is not for sale for persons under the age of 18. Please drink responsibly
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  1. Samson

    February 9, 2016 at 5:50 pm

    This is taking us into the future. Great setting what an event.

  2. Adaeze Writes

    February 9, 2016 at 8:52 pm

    Great to see it happen in Benin instead of Lagos and Abuja all the time. Nice one!

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