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Monday, September 8, 2014


One of Nigeria’s leading rappers, Jude Abaga, popularly known as MI, recently held a leadership symposium and art exhibition to launch his latest single, King James, at Terra Kulture, Victoria Island, Lagos.
At the well-attended event that was preceded by a historic 50-station nationwide release of the new single, the popular rap artiste said: “It is time we started having conversations around leadership, especially amongst our youths. 2015 is here with us in a bit, so we need to start talking about the things that affect our future and the things that matter”.
Speakers at the event include: the Executive Director of First Bank, Mr Gbenga Shobo; Mr Akinwunmi Amobode, a stalwart of the All Progressive Congress(APC); Toyosi Akerele, a youth activist and Founder/CEO ,Rise Networks as well as the founder of The Future Africa Awards, Adebola Williams.
Chocolate City artiste, Nosa, and Ruby of Loopy Music thrilled the guests with their musical renditions.
The photographic works were captured by August Udoh, depicting MI in the themes of family, victory, respect, wealth, solitude, courage and leadership, which are all currently on auction. MI revealed that the new single, King James , would not be part of his highly anticipated third album, The Chairman.

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