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Davido Partners With Temple Management For 30Billion Francophone Africa Tour

Pan-African talent agency and event firm, Temple Management Company (TMC) has thrown its full weight behind an African concert tour headlined by award-winning singer, Davido tagged 30 Billion Gang Tour.

Temple Management through its Francophone regional office based in Ivory Coast, Abidjan is coordinating with local partners to ensure a world-class concert.

Across Francophone Africa, the 30BG Tour is already generating keen anticipation among the fans of the Nigerian superstar musician. Rwandan fans will be the first to feel the 30BG Tour fever when they pack

inside the Amahoro Stadium on March 3. The train continues in Kinshasha March 09, Brazzaville March 10, Douala March 17, Niamey March 21 and ends in Dakar on March 24.

Speaking ahead of the concert which holds in March 2018, Hadja Kobele Keita, MD Temple Francophone noted that this is the first project to be embarked upon by the newly founded regional office.

According to her, the opportunity offers an avenue to actualize one of the cardinal goals of the company which is to be a vehicle that will help African talents to take their talents to every corner of the globe.

“We are excited to collaborate with Davido and the 30BG and we believe this presents a unique
opportunity to clearly showcase what Temple Management is about; which is to push the African agenda within and beyond the continent,” Kobele said.

ABOUT TEMPLE MANAGEMENT COMPANY

The Temple Management Company Limited (“TMC”) is a full-service creative talent and event management Pan-African company incorporated in Nigeria and operating in the Entertainment, Sports, Media and Art
sectors.

Using a 360 approach to management, the company oversees the day to day business/affairs of creative
talents and ensures that they maintain sustainable competitive advantage over the rest. TMC prides itself in its ability to operate on a global scale.

The company’s mission is to continually improve on African content, bridge the gulf between talents and their foreign counterparts, and guarantee that processes are in line with international best practices.

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