Wike, Dbanj to collaborate on creating wealth for Rivers musicians
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has stated that the State Government will work with Nigerian pop-star, Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo also called Dbanj to create opportunities for young musicians in the state.
Speaking during a condolence visit by Dbanj at the Government House Port Harcourt on Monday, Governor Wike said that part of the difficulties that the musicians operating in the state have, is the lack of opportunity to shine at the international stage
He noted that the State Government is working with different international musicians and producers to resolve the challenge of opportunities.
“We as a government will not fail to partner with you in which ever form that will help to empower the youths in the state.
“Part of the problems we have in this part of the world is the opportunities that our youths lack. Our youths don’t have the opportunities to showcase their potentials”, he said.
He applauded Dbanj for contributing his own quota to the growth of the society by ensuring that youths are productive.
“Let me use this opportunity to thank you for what you are doing to empower the youths. So many have had the opportunity you have, but may not have used it to empower the youths. “What you are doing is commendable and I urge you to continue “, Governor Wike said.
Earlier, Dbanj said that he runs the CREAM music platform designed specifically to empower the youths and give them opportunities.
He offered to partner with the Rivers State Government on talent development. The ‘Koko master’ commended the Rivers State Governor for his outstanding developmental strides that have transformed the State. On the death of the Attorney General of Rivers State, Dbanj condoled with the Government and people of Rivers State on the sad loss. Dbanj later toured the Rex Lawson Cultural Centre in Port Harcourt.