#PrayForParis: Nigerian Celebs Join Global Entertainers To Express Condolence


Members of band U2 paid their respects at a candlelight vigil in Paris, in memory of the victims.

Gunmen and bombers attacked restaurants, a concert hall and a sports stadium in Paris, France, killing at least 140 people on Friday, November 13, 2015.

Following the attack, some Nigerian celebs join a range of global stars to express their condolence.

Before now, Paris which has now been declared ‘a state of emergency’, has accommodated performances by an array of Nigerian stars, including Asa, 2face Idibia, Femi Kuti, Seun Kuti, Yemi Alade, Bez, Jeremiah Gyang, while others have been there for vacation.

Scroll down to see Celebrities across the world, who have paid tribute to the victims.


My love prayers and thoughts are with the families of this horrible tragedy. #prayforparis

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#Friday13th #PrayForParis #PrayForTheWorld

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