New Nigerian song promotes sexual diversity and human rights for all

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09/13/2020

Nigerian singer and human rights activist Samuel Uchenna, popularly known as Samuch, has released an empowering new song that promotes respect for all persons regardless of their sexuality and gender identity. The new Afro-high life song ‘Justice’ was released on various online music streaming websites. The song calls on all Nigerians to embrace peace, tolerance, and acceptance of all persons irrespective of their unique nature. On the track, Samuch echoes: “No matter who you be, abi where you come from, no matter what you represent, abi the work wey you dey do, join this dance, join this boat make we stand for peace.” Samuch’s efforts are appreciated as songs with positive messages like this are very much needed especially at a time like this when the country seems to be divided and in disarray.

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