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The National Enquirer reported that the tour of Mariah Carey to Nigeria cost Access Bank about sum of N200million.

The bank’s retiring MD, Aig Imokhuede, had purportedly wanted that the beautiful singer should sing for him. The bank took a decision to make his farewell a grand one by fulfilling his wish.Mariah has since been condemned for performing at a Christmas party for Nigeria’s Access Bank.

Rights group, Human Rights Watch claimed that enough work has not been done to stop the mass killings in Nigeria, Mariah was largely criticized by OMG radar  online for doing the gig for known for terror, death and fraud. The article read,

Mariah Carey proudly posted a pic of herself in a slinky yellow dress and wrote, “Backstage in Nigeria” on Saturday. But maybe the songbird should have done some homework before agreeing to the gig?

Her show was at Access Bank’s Christmas Party which was also a farewell bash for the bank’s managing director. And while Access Bank is a reputable financial institution, should Carey have known a few basics about the African nation before taking the paycheck?

Ironically — given that she was performing for bankers — it seems Carey wasn’t aware Nigeria is well-known as the center of the world’s email financial crimes! Nigeria is even part of the name — as in “Nigerian 411 Scams.”

As per a report, victims involved in the mass killing were “hacked to death, burned alive, or shot simply based on their ethnic or religious identity”.

The superstar performed a number of hit songs at the Xmas party, including ‘It’s like that’ and her new single ‘The Art of Letting Go’. She also honored civil rights leader, Nelson Mandela with her song ‘Hero’.

Mariah Carey also shared a saucy shot in her Instagram account. The picture has been shared by her from the backstage while performing in Nigeria over the weekend.

She was wearing a gorgeous form-fitting yellow dress in the image. The `Always Be My Baby’ singer smiled and showed-off her midriff for her millions admirers.




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