Music star warns youths against violence, Internet fraud, ritual killings | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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Music star warns youths against violence, Internet fraud, ritual killings | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Mustapha Aduragbemi Yahaya, Theekidd

Music star warns youths against violence, Internet fraud, ritual killings | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

An upcoming artist, Mustapha Aduragbemi Yahaya , also known as Theekidd , has advised Nigerian youths to desist from violence, kidnapping, Internet fraud, ritual killings, criminality and other social vices.

He also urged them to focus their strength on building a career in the entertainment industry, which is fast-growing in the country.Yahaya, who spoke, while launching his new song titled: “All DAY” at the Lekki area in Lagos, stressed that his song lyrics aimed to preach love all day to every citizen and protect against all forms of criminality in the country. He also urged youths to bring out the good creativity in them to build a better society that is free from violence.

According to him, with the high rate of university graduates’ turnout every year, many youths are unable to secure a job, which eventually leads them to engaging in activities, which are inimical to the society. He said his new song would assist to direct the youths to the right direction to excel in life.

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Yahaya, who spoke, while launching his new song titled: “All DAY” at the Lekki area in Lagos, stressed that his song lyrics aimed to preach love all day to every citizen and protect against all forms of criminality in the country. He also urged youths to bring out the good creativity in them to build a better society that is free from violence. He is Forest’s first senior signing since their victory over Huddersfield in the Championship play-off final. According to him, with the high rate of university graduates’ turnout every year, many youths are unable to secure a job, which eventually leads them to engaging in activities, which are inimical to the society. The Nigerian team was captained by President of Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF), Uyi Akpata, who said the game would further boost the collaboration between the two countries. He said his new song would assist to direct the youths to the right direction to excel in life. “He’s a player who we really believe in and we look forward to him going on to fulfil his potential and become a top Premier League striker with Nottingham Forest. “Youths should not depend on the government to do everything for them. Passionately, governments around the world are taking steps to incorporate technology into all governmental processes, which is a seamless service option as well as a way to achieve a meaningful data-driven decision-making system at a low cost and with less human interactions, which ordinarily aids corruption and bribery.

They should rise up and discover themselves. Liverpool are set to receive 10 per cent of the fee under the terms of his departure. Nigeria’s veterans, who majorly were from the TBS 4’O clock group, chalked 133 for the loss of four wickets in the first inning, while the Rwandan team capped it in 16. “They should develop their talents and build on them, instead of engaging in quick money-making syndrome that can lead to rituals that will cut their lives short,” Yahaya said. In this article . “It’s always been my dream to play in the Premier League and, having spoken to Steve Cooper about our ambitions and looking at Forest with its great history, it’s a club that I want to be part of,” Awoniyi said.