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Singer aims to fight fake news through music

A Nigerian singer, Comrade Ashafa, has lamented about the spate of fake news that makes around the wards in Nigeria.

Due to the development, the singer fondly known as Super Star Ambassador, took to the music booth to make an album addressing the situation.

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Speaking about his album, Ashafa who is on the platform of the Comrades Society Music (COSOM) during a press conference noted that fake news is a threat to democratic stability.

He said, “Fake news is a threat to democratic stability and the growing economy. Also, it is a threat to military operations as well as patriotism. It is time for us to stand up against fake news before it destroys our unity.”

The singer further noted that the album launch will be held in the 36 states of the federation in order for its impact to be felt. More so, live shows will be held to the delight of the fans.

“For a stronger impact, this album launch has been planned to go round the 36 states of the federation including the FCT. We will also hold live shows and distribute free copies to the general public,” Asafa said.

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