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Lagos – Some artistes in the Nigerian music industry on Tuesday turned out en masse to clean up the streets of Lagos, feed the hungry and visit the homeless. The musicians who participated in the exercise included TuFace Idibia, who was accompanied by his manager, Mr Efe Omorogbe. Others were Ras Kimono, Dizzy Falola and Chibuzor Orji, popularly called “Faze’’, amongst others. The exercise was organised by the Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) as part of efforts to create awareness about the industry and bring music to the doorstep of every Nigerian. Falola also commended COSON for its efforts to make the future of Nigeria’s music industry secure. He said the exercise was an indication that Nigerian musicians were serious and committed to the progress of the country. “Musicians and other celebrities are always viewed as different and separated from other Nigerians, but we have come out to involve ourselves in activities we normally do not do. “The activities include cleaning the streets, disposal of waste and visiting the homeless. “We are human beings. If the people see what we are doing, they will realise that we are all the same,” he said, and urged other organisations to emulate the misicians. “What we are doing is unusual. It is something that is hard for other organisations to do, but we have to start from somewhere and COSON has taken the giant step. “With the success of the event in Lagos, we can begin to move from state to state in order to reach the masses and positively improve the music industry,” Falola said. On his part, TuFace Idibia commended COSON for its efforts to improve the livelihood of musicians as well as its transparency and openness. He said Nigerians were not recognising the dignity of labour and were looking down on jobs like cleaning and waste disposal. “There is dignity in labour. Some Nigerians view some jobs like cleaning and waste disposal as inferior. “People who do these jobs are earning money and we need to respect them and what they do. They are not doing anything illegal. There is dignity in what they do,” Idibia said. He urged Nigerian youths not to wait for government jobs only but to engage in jobs that are legal to earn their living.(NAN) Culled from Vanguard © 2013 Nigeriafilms.com Click the link below to go to... TB Joshua And Chris Oyakilome Labelled By Cultists By Ghanaian Pastor Who Says He Saw A Vision Isabella Ayuk addresses rumoured romance with Deputy Speaker Two Arik Air Cabin Crew Arrested At London Heathrow With Cocaine… Wahala Dey ooo:Charles Taylor's Family Ejected From Calabar Mansion + No Aides, No cruising Of Luxury Cars, No partying, No Money To Spend Lavishly Meet Bayelsa Top Model, Joshua Ebimobowei Agai - GAY? [ PICTURES] Delta Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan gives Fred Amata landed property as birthday gift Live photos from the on-going If You See My Daughter You’ll See That I Don’t Regret My Past – Waje On Being Single Parent Drama In Court! 21-Year Old Mother Pleads For Money To Escape Hunger FAKE PROFESSOR, SON, REVEREND SISTER, OTHERS ARRESTED FOR OPERATING ILLEGAL UNIVERSITIES From NFC Reader: Letter To My Igbo-Lady,( Afrocandy) Who Has Brought Shame To Us + She Dire Need Of Rehabilitation
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