Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has advised Nigerian music lovers to boycott songs of musicians who didn’t think there was a need to identify publicly, with the protest against Special Anti-Robbery Squad(SARS).
Reno, in his opinion, says, there is no need of playing songs or having the songs of such musicians, who think that their fans, coming out to protest against injustice, do not concern them.
He said by deleting their songs, they will feel the economic effect and will therefore make them have a rethink about their nonchalant attitude.
Taking to Twitter, he wrote;
Look through your downloaded songs. If any Nigerian artists on your song list didn’t publicly associate with our struggle during the #SARSMUSTEND protests, delete their songs and don’t download their music henceforth. When their wallets feel the pain, their behaviours will change
See the screenshot of his tweet
Man Who Used To Sell Yogurt, Finally Becomes A Nursing Student, After 9 Years Of Successfully Passing BECE (Photos)
A young Ghanaian man who was known as a yogurt seller finally breaks the yoke as he becomes a Nursing student, after many years of struggling for financial help.
The man identified as Adom-Ba was said to have been known for selling yogurt after he sat for the BECE in 2012 and passed but had no money or help to continue his education.
The zeal and love for education made him relocate to stay with his mum, where he got a job at a restaurant and other part time jobs.
According to Abandaily, who reported the news first, Adom-Ba Lucky is currently a Bachelor of Science in Nursing student at Pentecost University, PU, in Sowutuom, Accra, under a scholarship by the Church of Pentecost, Tema Area.
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