Musicians unite to use music as instrument of peace, development

By Achir John Orbunde, Abuja

Stakeholders of the music industry in Abuja, the Nigerian Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have appealed to all Nigerians to join hands with the government in the peace and development of the country towards the sustenance of the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.

This was stated by the chairman PMAN FCT stake holders forum, Comrade Dovie Mena aka Baba 2010 during a reconciliation meeting held on the 27th of July, 2020 in Abuja.

Comrade Mena, while addressing journalists maintained that PMAN FCT chapter needs to come together in order to ensure that the industry and Nigeria in general remain united for sustainable development.

He emphasized that entertainment industry in general is a major income earner for FCT as it provides jobs for over 25,000 youths in Abuja and that with love, unity and sincerity of purpose, every musician in Abuja will be financially comfortable.

The PMAN Chairman, while expressing gladness for witnessing the reconciliation between the two factions, he said, “today marks a memorable day in the history of PMAN FCT Chapter as Prince Solomon Ndaisiah and Queen Julieta Ofuyeta led factions came together for a common purpose of taking the industry to the next level”.

Other stakeholders forum who spoke to news men includes Mr. Olayinka Adenji, aka Bobby Yinkus who commended a former Governor of PMAN FCT, Ambassador Chiboy D’Blackcourage, Sidney Sparrow and other members of the stakeholders reconciliation forum on their immeasurable role in bringing everlasting peace to PMAN Abuja.

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