Amid the dreaded virus, Coronavirus – COVID- 19, singer of trending song, ‘Bounce It’, a UK-based Afro pop singer, Oluyole Oluwaseun, fondly called Sean Dampte by fans, has joined the league of celebrities accross the world to bare his mind on the whole situation.
Dampte, whose most recent song, ‘Bounce It’, is currently enjoying massive airplay and topping different music charts both in Nigeria and abroad, said in a conversation, that the best thing for the people is to stay safe and positive during this trying times.
“Here we locked down and likewise most part of the world. But we need to comply with the precautionary measures to reduce the spread of the virus such as staying at home and regular washing of our hands with soap and water or sanitiser; using of hand glove and face mask where needed,” he said.
However, while commending some organisations, individuals and others in the fight against the spread of the virus in Nigeria, he urged the Nigerian government to increase palliative measures in order to drastically reduce the spread. “As I am also trying my best to make sure my people’s livelihood is secure in my own quota, I commend all who have contributed too,” he noted.
He also used the opportunity to share the news on his next single entitled, ‘Jomo’, which will feature Nigeria’s talented rapper, Oladips. According to him, ‘the song will be available on the April 10,’ he said.
“When we can’t do much! We dance!”
“JOMO” it is learnt is produced by ace producer, Jomane.
YOU SHOULD NOT MISS THESE HEADLINES FROM NIGERIAN TRIBUNE
Nigeria, Chad, Niger Commence Joint Onslaught Against Boko Haram
Poised to quell the lingering insurgency, nations around the Lake Chad basin, Nigeria, Chad and Niger have commenced a joint “massive” onslaught against Boko Haram. According to the Voice of America, tweeting at voanews.com, the joint offensive is a renewed operation following the inadequacies of the multinational force of countries… Read full story
We Will Defeat COVID-19, But I Don’t Want Any Casualty —Makinde
The governor of Oyo State, Engineer Seyi Makinde, on Monday, tested positive to Coronavirus otherwise known as Covid-19. In this interview monitored on the Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State (BCOS) radio stations and the privately-owned Fresh FM 105.9, the governor, who phoned in from isolation, addressed… Read full story