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How Davido fought for me when Sony tried to remove my verse from his song – Singer, Zamorra

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How Davido fought for me when Sony tried to remove my verse from his song - Singer, Zamorra - zamorra davido sony 1

Promising Nigerian singer, Zamorra has hailed ace musician, David ”Davido” Adeleke for standing up for him.

He took to Twitter and recounted how Davido informed him about an alleged decision by Sony Music to take him off a song.

It may be recalled that Davido signed a record deal with Sony Music in 2016, but he later said he said that he decided to leave them because they did not align with his vision.

According to Zamorra, when the label asked OBO to take his verse off a single, he refused to give in to their request.

Though he did not mention the title of the song in question or whether it has been released, the up and coming singer said the revelation made him emotional.

He tweeted; ”Davido told me, “Sony wanted to take out your verse, but I told them no, we rise by lifting others” , water drop from my eyes! What a MAN.

As I dey reason everything now, I just realize say, DAVIDO ISNT HUMAN! He’s a celestial being!”

In other news, founder and CEO of Anakle, Editi Effiong, has said he empowered every child in his community with the requisite computer skills to be relevant in modern society.

He made this known on Twitter while replying a tweep who challenged him for raising concerns over the development index in Lagos.

The tweep told him to compare the level of development in Lagos state with his village and say which is better.

In response, the techpreneur said he ensured that every primary school pupil in his village can use a computer. Editi also said that they are taught how to code and have access to the internet.

He shared photos to backup his claim and wrote; ”My village has running water.

But the most important development index for me is that every child attending primary school there can use a computer, has internet access and has learned to code. I made that happen. Now, tell me how you developed your village.”

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