Charles ‘Ironside’ Aghoghoto To Host Independence Day Virtual Session


Charles Aghogho popularly known as ‘Ironside’ has announced that he will be holding an instagram live session to parley with his fans and followers on October 1st being Nigeria’s Independence Day.

He said he will use the opportunity to hold an interactive session with his followers, where he will answer some questions about himself and his career.

“I love getting feedback always from my fans and followers, it helps me know what to change, improve on or what the fans want to hear or see me do. Getting feedback, positive or negative ones, helps me improve my act and myself in general”, says Charies. 

Ironside explained that he will be having these live sessions twice in a month with the aim of exchanging ideas and gaining insight through the eyes of fans’ experiences. “It will be an intimate no holds barred live session, like having a one-on-one with my fans and followers” Charles said.

Ironside announced this a couple of days ago via his Instagram stories and explained the decision came because nobody knows when things will go back to normal as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. He stated that as a result of the pandemic and with restrictions put in place to control the spread of the virus, the safest way to interact with fans and followers as well as prospective clients these days is virtually.

Charles says his mission is to inspire, motivate and empower others especially young men and women to follow their dreams. “This pandemic has taught us all to explore and utilize all available platforms to reach fans, prospective clients and also maintain existing ones” He said. “Since Instagram introduced its LIVE streaming option where you can add multiple people to go live with you, it has become one of the easiest ways for creatives to showcase their talents, get information and content to their followers” Aghogho said.

Charles Aghogho is also the founder and CEO of Ironside Escrow Service PTY and P5 Paris clothing and accessories line.

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