Nigerian songwriter and music star, Oluwatosin Ajibade, popularly referred to as Mr. Eazi, is making a second look on tv screens throughout Nigeria and West Africa, as he’s featured within the compilation version of the African Voices Change makers, airing this weekend.
This time, Mr. Eazi will share the limelight with one other Nigerian, Orondaam Otto, and a South African magnificence queen, Zozibini Tunzi within the compilation version of the favored tv journal programme, sponsored by Nigeria’s foremost telecommunications firm, Globacom.
Mr. Eazi studied Mechanical Engineering on the Kwame Nkrumah College of Science and Know-how, Kumasi, Ghana, earlier than going into music fulltime in 2012. He got here up with a rhythm and blues single titled “Pipi Dance.”
In his very eventful profession, Mr. Eazi has had collaborations with such outstanding African artistes as Ghanaian R&B star, Sarkodie; Lil Kesh, and Burna Boy, one other Nigerian who’s at present bestriding the African music scene. Two of his most profitable singles embrace “Tilapia and “Leg Over.”
Additionally to be showcased is 32-year-old Nigerian, Otto, a Human Anatomy graduate of the College of Port Harcourt, South of Nigeria. Otto is dedicated to seeing an African continent, whose potentials are maximized and one which will likely be celebrated for the improvements and uniqueness of her folks. He has additionally devoted substantial a part of his time to selling schooling, particularly the inclusion of less-privileged kids in formal studying.
Otto is a social reformer and improvement fanatic and at present leads a group of 40 managers and lots of of volunteers atSlum2School Africa, a non-governmental group which supplies equal alternatives for deprived kids in each nook and cranny of Nigerian slums.
The final visitor on the programme, Zozibini Tunzi, is a 26 year-old South African mannequin, who’s the present Miss Universe. Zozibini has a Nationwide Diploma in public relations administration from the Cape Peninsula College of Know-how and, mentors younger women and girls to imagine management positions with a purpose to prolong their frontiers of affect in South Africa’s nationwide life.
Catch this programme on CNN on DSTV Channel 401 on Saturday at 9.00 p.m; Sunday at 4.30 a.m., 7.30 a.m., 12.30 p.m. and seven.30 p.m with a repeat broadcast on the identical channel on Monday at 5.30 a.m.