The Bank Revs Up Nightlife In Abuja

By Editor   |   09 August 2015   |   1:24 am  
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Nightlife in Abuja has undoubtedly taken a new dimension.  It’s not only on steady move to the top it’s already becoming more attractive and popular like Lagos. Before now Abuja was never known for social activities.

It was usually a ghost town on Fridays and weekends. Investigation has revealed that the club is like a therapy to many music stars, movie artistes and comedians.

This may not be unconnected to the traffic the club currently enjoys. At different occasions, the likes of Nigeria’s most popular and celebrated entertainments 2Face Idibia, P-Square, Iyanya, Davido, Olamide, Don Jazzy, Basket Mouth and Wizkid, have visited and gotten the best of socialising at The Bank.

At the last count, D’Banj, M.I, Femi Kuti, Wande Coal, Reekado Banks, Phyno, Lil Kesh, Olu Maintain, Uti, Patoranking, I Go Dye visited the club and testified to the club’s unique style. Many, however, had blamed the capital city’s inactivity to insecurity and constant harassment of young girls who are often mistaken for sex workers late at night.

Now, the trend is changing following the growing awareness among residents that nightlife is meant for responsible people who may need to ease off the stress of the work-a-day.

Today, celebrities have realised that just like Lagos, Abuja is very important to their careers. With their constant visit to the capital city, it’s gradually becoming another Las Vegas.

A recent tour of the capital city revealed that celebrities have found a high profile luxurious club The Bank as most favourite hangout. The Bank club has now become a showbiz hub where celebrities visit. Today, socialites and Abuja big boys have found The Bank a place to be on weekends and other days. The Bank is gradually turning Abuja as ghost city to another Las Vegas.



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