Open Letter to All Nigerian singers: North, West, south and eastern Nigeria.
- Katsina City News
- 24 Aug, 2023
Cc. Rarara and others
Dear traditional singers and musicians,
We hope this message finds you in good health and spirits. We are writing to you as an advocators of peace and Human Rights.
Your art has always held a special place in the hearts of Nigerians, resonating with the rich cultural tapestry that defines our nation. Over the years, your music has been more than just entertainment; it has been a powerful force for change, unity, and expression.In the past, your voices have been utilized during political campaigns, and while this has played a role in shaping our country's course, we believe there is an even greater purpose your music can serve. The challenges facing Nigeria today are immense, ranging from economic hardships to social disparities, and it's crucial that we come together to address them.We urge you to consider the incredible potential you hold as artists to not only support politicians but to also uplift the entire nation. Your melodies have the power to inspire hope, foster understanding, and drive positive action among the people. By addressing the hardships faced by Nigerians through your music, you can become advocates for change and progress, beyond the realm of any political affiliation.Imagine the impact of your songs echoing across the nation, carrying messages of resilience, unity, and a shared vision for a better Nigeria. Your music can be a beacon of light in these challenging times, reminding us all that we are bound by our common experiences and aspirations.Let us work together to transform the narrative surrounding your roles as musicians. Embrace the opportunity to not just support politicians, but to support your fellow citizens, lifting their spirits and inspiring them to contribute to the betterment of our beloved country. Your voices can bridge divides, heal wounds, and ignite a sense of collective responsibility.Nigeria's hardships are not limited to any one group; they affect us all. Let your music be a unifying force, transcending political boundaries and speaking directly to the hearts of Nigerians from all walks of life. Together, we can usher in a new era of understanding, progress, and prosperity.With utmost respect for your craft and its potential impact,
Dr Salisu musa
Chairman international Human Rights advocacy and awareness centre ltd/gte
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