The anticipated album release by singer and Humanitarian, Yinka Lawanson Lamboginny seem to be getting massive back from not just top artiest but from prominent quarters as the United States Embassy in Ghana has thanked Lamboginny and inquired what inspired him to write the song that he obviously sent to Embassy.

The anticipated album release by singer and Humanitarian, Yinka Lawanson Lamboginny seem to be getting massive back from not just top artiest but from prominent quarters as the United States Embassy in Ghana has thanked Lamboginny and inquired what inspired him to write the song that he obviously sent to Embassy.

The anticipated album release by singer and Humanitarian, Yinka Lawanson Lamboginny seem to be getting massive back from not just top artiest but from prominent quarters as the United States Embassy in Ghana has thanked Lamboginny and inquired what inspired him to write the song that he obviously sent to Embassy.

 

The Embassy wrote using the handle U.S. Embassy, “Yinka Lawanson Lamboginny, thank you for this song! Can you tell us how the idea to create the song came about?”

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The young singer waisted no time in replying and tracing his involvement with the United State Embassy as well Yali University sparked the idea “the idea came I realized that I was selected for Yali leadership training In Ghana.

As a musician and public, I wanted to use my vioice to contribute to the development of Africa, to encourage the young African leader to believe more in themselves and in Africa as a continent, and also to appreciate the good work of Yali in Africa.

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Mu prayer is that every African that listens or watch the song will be motived in building a stronger Africa. “

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