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All Black Lives Matter Launches “I Can Breath” Song Against Racism, Injustice

Posted by on September 13, 2020 0


With fervent anticipation and coordinated efforts to forestall equality across all levels of humanity, the “All Black Lives Matter Campaign” has made another exceptional impact and progress in the fight against racism, terrorism, unfair treatment and social injustice.

The campaign has launched an international theme song titled, “I Can Breathe”, written by Daniel Donald Onjeh and performed by Great Tosin Jay in collaboration with with few other amazing Singers and Artists.

The launch ceremony of “I Can Breathe” Track, as an international theme for “All Black Lives Matter Campaign” witnessed the presence of notable personalities, including Chief Ginika Tor Ginika Tor Williams Commissioner of the Federal character commission, Hon Amos Gwamna Magaji House of Rep Member representing Zango Kataf & Jaba Constituencies, Dr Sulaiman Adejoh National President Messengers of Peace, and Dr Jimoh Abubakar Public Affairs Director at NAFDAC.

Other reputable personalities at the Launch event of the anti racism, violence and terrorism musical piece by renowned human rights Activist and Chairman, Governing Boards of Projects Development Board-PRODA in Enugu, Comrade Daniel Onjeh, includes also, Mr and Mrs Sanny Ogenyi CEO Ontrade solid concept Limited, Mr Alex Nwankwo CEO Amity Global Network, Mrs Tessy Tukson Dibal Founder Tamar Love Foundation and her amazing team, Mrs Betty Tsabta Betty Beinyan Tsabta- an educationist, Alh Shehu Wazobia Founder Alh Shehu Endowment Foundation, Queen Zion Kilgore and her husband Mr Kilgore CEO Zionshine Heavenly Creations.

The excellent production and directing of “I Can Breathe” was creatively produced by an international standard and world-class music label, called Daybreak Records. According to reactions by the directors and co-performing Artists of I Can Breathe Song, it was gathered that, the major intentions behind the entire production on the piece by Daniel Donald Onjeh was in view of a clarion call for collaborative efforts in the fight to end racism, terrorism and social injustice.

It has been described as a phenomenal song, especially with the intriguing and thrilling music video which was skilled by George Obodoze.

The emotional Ceremony which elicits sober reflection of the pain murder of Africa/ American George Floyd, had guests speak on the essence of the mind-blowing and emotional song with popular media Practitioner, Amb Rachel Bakam applauding the organisers for the initiative and calls for similar project to be drawn to the people of southern Kaduna over the killings and massacre. Others who spoke are Amb. Ginika Tor williams, Alex Nwankwo etc.

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