PICS: Akpabio Receives Davido On Courtesy Visit, Tasks Nigerian Music Artists On High Ethics

Date: 20-05-2024 9:59 pm (4 weeks ago) | Author: onuigbo felicia
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The President of the Senate, Godswill Akpabio on Monday received in audience Afrobeat Star, David Adedeji Adeleke, popularly known as Davido who was on a courtesy visit to the Senate President.

Receiving his guest, Akpabio expressed his delight at the visit and poured encomiums on the Afrobeat Star for making Nigeria proud by his outstanding performance.

"You have made us very proud within the International Community," Akpabio told Davido who came in company of two of his cousins, Hon. Tunji Adeleke, son of his late brother Isiaka Adeleke and Folasade Adeleke, daughter of Osun State Governor Ademola Adeleke.

The Senate President told his guests that "we will do everything possible to support the entertainment industry. "  He however charged them to continue to maintain high ethics and resist peer influence that could derail them.

Akpabio said:

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"For me and for the government of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, its an inclusive administration, and you must have noticed in my various outings, we move as one, across party lines.

Even though your administration is a PDP one but we work across party lines for the interest of Nigeria. The only major thing that is common to all of us is the interest of this country and it is a country that has given you so much love.

It is a country with a population that is unmatched anywhere else in Africa. Over 240 million Nigerians. So I want you to continue to remain a great Ambassador of our country. Don't allow anybody to drag you into politics. Continue to do your best in the entertainment industry.

For us in the political arena, we value talents and what God has given to you, nobody can take it away from you. We do everything possible to support the industry. To support talented people like you. All we need also is patience and prayers so that we can succeed.

Please do your best to continue to maintain the high ethics. What is happening in America with some of the black stars is quite unfortunate. For most of you in the industry, don't allow peer group influence derail you. Continue to do your best.

The entertainment industry is like a pyramid. You start from the ground until you get there. When you are on top, your own is how to remain there. So anybody who walks on a tight rope must learn how to do the balancing act. And so, your job is to remain there.

Our prayers is that God should sustain you there and to continue to give you more wisdom and more talent for you to continue to make Nigeria proud. We are very proud of you."


Davido recalled how Akpabio hosted him and his team while he was Governor of Akwa Ibom State and also while he was a Minister.

He informed the Senate President of his Foundation which primarily offers assistance to the orphanages and also of his new album to be released in June or July.

"As for me, I'm doing my part. I have a Foundation. Every year, I share N300 million, N400 million  to orphanages.Just doing my own part to assist the society. We have new album coming out June or July. I just thank you for everything you have been doing for us," Davido said.


Posted: at 20-05-2024 09:59 PM (4 weeks ago) | Addicted Hero
- gogoman at 20-05-2024 10:43 PM (4 weeks ago)
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Akpabio is a thief Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
Posted: at 20-05-2024 10:43 PM (4 weeks ago) | Grande Master
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- fineboy77 at 20-05-2024 11:11 PM (4 weeks ago)
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 Cool Cool Cool

Posted: at 20-05-2024 11:11 PM (4 weeks ago) | Addicted Hero
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- nikiniki at 21-05-2024 01:13 PM (4 weeks ago)
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Davido always looking stoned! For oga Akpabio, which high ethics did you uphold? You bullied the MD /GM of your Niger Delta Ministry until she got sacked, stole enough money from your state and ensured they continued to serve you even after you left the governorship post and still, in parallel, continue to eat from this current govt! Ole...barawo, thief!
Posted: at 21-05-2024 01:13 PM (4 weeks ago) | Gistmaniac
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