Tiwa Savage, Cobhams Asuquo and other top music artistes have revealed huge plans for the abducted Chibok Girls and Nigeria at large through the One Africa Music Festival project.
The Mavin First Lady, who expressed joy at being part of the project said that it is indeed history in the making. “I am thankful to God that I am alive to be part of this great project, I think it is a revelation to African music and it is history in the making. I believe this is the first of many to open doors because the world is ready for African music.”
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Top Nigerian instrumentalist, Cobhams Asuquo was not left out as he disclosed that it is not all about different genres of music coming together but using the opportunity to call on the government to remember the kidnapped Chibok girls.
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“There is something I have noticed with us as a people, we know how to talk about something when it happens and over time we know how to move on as well. I think for this reason, a lot of things have happened to us as a people and we have moved on but there one thing we have recognized and it’s that if you take centre stage, it is your opportunity to make certain things known, to bring certain things to the floor because you have.
the ears and the attention of the world. This is why all the foundation come to Africa and we try to lobby people’s attention because it’s helps us.”
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The music festival is set to take place on July 22, at Brooklyn’s Barclays Centre, United States of America (USA). Other artists billed to perform include Diamond Platnumz, Wizkid, Davido, Flavour, Oluwaseun Kuti among others.