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The Foxy P Show, featuring African Comedians (Foxy P, Kanmi and Kaphone). You can catch enuff laugh every Thursday at 9PM EST on Gidilounge Radio. Follow them on Twitter – @TheFoxHimself, @IamKanmi @OfficialKaphone. Also check out their Youtube page – African Comedians
CAUTION: This podcast will make you LAUGH, CRY (from laughing so hard), and HURT (from crying so hard from laughing so hard).
Peter and Paul Ofoegbu ( Born may 26 1989) better known by their stage name 5.2.6(MAY BOIZ) , The stage name 5.2.6 originated from their birthday 5 ( MAY being the 5th month of the year ) 26 ( date of birth). The Young talented artistes have been in the music industry for 4 years and have since recorded with producers such as Snowzy D Masterminderz, Samklef, Terry G , Bizzouch etc… They are from Abia state but grew up in Lagos, they presently reside at Ikeja and they are known in their neighborhood.
5.2.6(MAY BOIZ) have also performed in shows like , SLU..SHH House party powered by HP ( performed on the same stage with AKON ) , Zone Media concert at Oniru Beach, Caleb University,Redeemers University (RUN), University Of Lagos end of the year concert and Law finiest berbique party held also at Unilag, Dynamix Pre-Awards Party at Elegushi beach, Barcode Party at Klub Jonzin , Industry Night at Oriental Hotels etc. They launched a new single called MMH (MY MONEY HANDSOME) featuring IB Kizzy December 2011 and this particular single has been stealing peoples heart. They do Hip- Hop and R&B Music.
This video was taken by the crew of Expedition 30 on board the International Space Station. The sequence of shots was taken December 29, 2011 from 20:55:05 to 21:14:09 GMT, on a pass from over central Africa, near southeast Niger, to the South Indian Ocean, southeast of Madagascar. The complete pass is over southern Africa to the ocean, focusing on the lightning flashes from local storms and the Milky Way rising over the horizon.
The Milky Way can be spotted as a hazy band of white light at the beginning of the video. The pass continues southeast toward the Mozambique Channel and Madagascar. The Lovejoy Comet can be seen very faintly near the Milky Way. The pass ends as the sun is rising over the dark ocean.
Video courtesy of the Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center