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NIGERIA $100,000 for Emerging African Artists who are Registered to Vote! Find Out How Mr. Eazi’s Making a Difference

boss, surprised everyone following the announcement of a new foundation he has set up called the Eazi Sound Foundation.

According to him, this foundation which launches on the 1st of August has set apart $100,000, and it aims to provide financial assistance for rising artists in Africa.

However, the major criterion to be a recipient of this assistance is being registered to vote in your country, a clause that has been applauded as it is seen as a move to get youths more involved in the political welfare of the country by urging Nigerians, especially, to get their Permanent Voters Card (PVC) and register to vote.

whose real name is Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade whose “Lagos to London” EP is set to drop soon, shared this on his Instagram page:

Eazi Sound Foundation launches 1st August & we have set aside $100,000 for African Emerging artists! No 1 criteria is you must be registered to vote in your country.

We think this is a bold move that is bound to change the lives of lucky recipients. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

Eazi Sound Foundation launches 1st August & we have set aside $100,000 for African Emerging artists! No 1 criteria is you must be registered to vote in your country

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James Ogunjimi is a writer, music enthusiast, and public relations professional.He is the author of the novel, "A Wall Is Just A Wall" (Bahati Books, UK, 2018).As a PR professional, he's created content for brands like The Basement Gig, Premier Bet, Filmhouse Cinemas, Entefrica, Oxfam, Skyy Vodka, Aiteo, Aramide, etc.He lives for words and enjoys challenges. When he's not writing, he can often be found reading, dissing Chelsea and Arsenal as a loyal Manchester United fan, or pissing people off with unpopular opinions about politics.

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