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Nasser Ayoub’s campaign attracts local musicians

Nasser Ayoub’s campaign attracts local musicians

Human rights campaigner, Nasser Ayoub (in photo), joined musicians in the recording of a musical album aimed at educating society on issues bordering on racism, discrimination and citizenship.

Six musical groupings namely Sierra Bashment, Dallas B, Sanpano, M Pee S, XZU, Black Mystic and Henry are currently fixing up a music album in the enrichment and education of society on issues of racism, discrimination and rights to citizenship.

It could be recalled that Nasser Ayoub, a month ago, engaged the media in the dissemination of rights of individuals on issues of discrimination, racism and citizenship.

He has been calling for the review of Sierra Leone’s citizenship regulations.

Nasser Ayoub’s unchanging stance has grown from one man campaign to that of a national alarm.

Musicians are said to have come together in the recording and launching of an album that preaches racism, discrimination and citizenship rights.

The album, we are told, is on track and allows talented musicians tender recorded song to officials of Free radio FM 95.7 for examination and approval.

It must be noted that Nasser Ayoub recently donated Le 5 million to organizers of coming 50th anniversary independence of Sierra Leone at a ceremony held at the Country Lodge Hotel.

Sources say the human rights campaigner has opted to take care of cost for both the recording and launching of proposed music album.

It is revealed that the album will observe the advent of a musical concert featuring big name artists nationwide.

Date for the concert is yet to be announced, but sources say it is scheduled for December 2010.

It has reached desks of this press that concerned Sierra Leoneans have had busy time encouraging Nasser in his struggles to see rights of Sierra Leoneans given them.

Nasser is calling on all to join him in his ‘one love campaign’ to drive menaces of racism, discrimination and citizenship from out of Sierra Leone completely.

Sierra Express Media will soon bring to its readership full interview of a man many now refer to as ‘a knight in shining amour’ – Nasser Ayoub.

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