Popular music management company, ACI Entertainment, in conjunction with Hypemania Promotions and Brandfitng.com Communications, is set to stage Nigeria’s biggest music shows in various campuses across the country this year.

The shows will feature raves of the moment in Nigerian music scene and will take place inside six major Nigerian Universities across the country such as: University of Lagos, University of Ibadan, Obafemi Awolowo University, University of Nigeria Nsuka, University of Abuja and University of Benin.

Some of the music acts to perform in the first of its kind campus shows are: Tekno, Falz, Simi, Patoranking, Orezi, Buckwylla, Evelle, Kiss Daniel, Sugarboi and Reminisce. Others include YCee, Seyi Shay, Lola Rae, Mofe Boyo, Flex B, Terry G, Adekunle Gold, Oritsefemi, Lil kesh, Mr Eazi and Mayourkun.

Made in Naija shows are being organised to revive patriotism in the Nigerian youth by making them believe once again in the country and encourage the patronage of made in Nigeria goods and services.

Spokesman for Made in Naija shows and Senior Partner, Brandfit.com, Anthony Elikene said: “the unique selling proposition that sets Made in Naija apart from every other music shows that has ever been held in Nigeria is its ability to transcends beyond mere entertainment to become an instrument for cultivating belief in one’s country, patriotism, backward integration, love for Nigerian products and talents.”

“Made in Naija is telling the Nigerian youths, the future leaders of the country, to be proud of this beautiful country, believe and work to make it greater by buying made in Nigeria goods. This is a strictly Nigerian vision for the Nigerian youths, as we tell them to eat naija, sleep naija and breath naija. Every company that intends to display its products at the universities must be operating in this country thereby providing jobs for the parents of these young men and women so they can be educated.” Anthony said.

At every university various events unique to the students will be used as side attraction to entertain the students and other audience across the country. The shows will be televised and published in major newspapers, online sites and social media platforms.

Made in Naija will also offer local and international brands that produce their brands within the country the opportunity to engage the students. This is to enable brands who truly believe in the Nigerian project to be part of the revival of the country using the language of music.