Psalm Ebube features Nosa in new song

Award-winning singer, Akinyemi Samuel, popularly known as Psalm Ebube, has featured a fellow popular inspirational singer, Nosa, in his new work entitled ‘Stronger’.

According to the musician, the new song is to render advocacy to suicide prevention, as the world appears to be shifting attention on how to prevent suicide, given recent economic struggles across the globe induced by the novel coronavirus.

Psalm Ebube, who is a World Civility ambassador and national statesman for youth to ICN USA, said: “Remember this is the end-time, the devil is going to make life tough for young people and it’s time we made the call and it’s time for people to be strong.

“Suicide is the result of a convergence of genetic, psychological, social and cultural and other risk factors, sometimes combined with experiences of trauma and loss, which is not surprising given the times we are in,” the singer added.

 

 

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