Nigerian Youths Call For Good Governance With “9ja Go Beta” Song (Video)

Nigerian Youths Call For Good Governance With “9ja Go Beta” Song

With the ongoing demand for good governance and the responsive anticipation for a better Nigeria, Housemates of the just concluded Big Dreams Nigeria Talent Show has released a new song titled “9ja Go Beta”. The intrinsic bilingual song was uploaded few days ago on the official YouTube channel of Big Dreams Nigeria Talent Show and has since continue to attract massive views, as it is currently playing on several radio and TV station across Nigeria. The hit song accomodates insightful messages and encouragement towards achieving a better Nigeria.

The song emphasis on the need for peace, unity and harmony, regardless of the diversity in tribe ethnicity, religious and other differences. The song also highlights the ongoing sufferings, increased deaths, struggles, hardship and killings experienced by Nigerians. However, the song also encourages Nigerians to persevere as things will get better soon.

According to Amb. Kingsley Amafibe, the Director of “9ja Go Beta”, music track by Housemates of Big Dreams Nigeria Talent Show, he told StatePress Correspondent that the insightful song was designed and developed to set a new agenda of encouragement, motivation and responsiveness that will direct a new course of growth and development in Nigeria.

It is on record that during the reality TV show of Big Dreams Nigeria Talent Contest, Housemates were coached and mentored by seasoned filmmakers, actors, singers, and even leadership experts, who nurtured them to become creative and proactive in areas of promoting true nationalism.

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