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Say no to election violence – kid musician tells Nigerians

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By Moses Omorogieva
Lagos, Feb. 17, 2019 (NNN) 12 year-old kid musician Oziomachukwu Chukwujama, popularly known as Ozzy Bosco, has appealed to Nigerians, particularly adult electorates to remain calm and avoid violent acts during the elections.
Ozzybosco who made the appeal in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NNN) on Sunday, noted that he may be a child, but he had the interest of the country at heart.
“Say no to election violence. Although I’m a child, my nation is right in my heart. Say No to Election Violence!!,” he stressed.
OzzyBosco a songwriter, recording artiste, stage performer and model was born on 7th Jan. 2007, to Mr and Mrs Chukwujama in Lagos.
He is hailed as the most successful child performer in Africa, after winning the Nigerian Kids Got Talent in 2011.
He had worked steadily to make a name for himself and to become the biggest performer in Africa.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in the early hours of Saturday shifted the Presidential and National Assembly election to Feb. 23 and the Governorship and State Houses of Assembly election to March 9 citing logistic challenges. (NNN)
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Edited by Lydia Beshel

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