Oriyomi Hamzat, a popular human rights fighter, has joined the call for justice in the case of the late Mohbad. This further highlights the growing concern and demand for a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the young artist’s death. It appears that many Nigerians are seeking transparency and accountability in this matter.
Oriyomi’s decision to make this announcement on his radio station, Agidigbo FM, and declare himself available appears to have garnered support from many people who appreciate his stance on promoting ethical and responsible content. It seems he is willing to use his platform to advocate for change in the music industry and address issues related to controversial artists and their music.
Oriyomi Hamzat is well-known for his unwavering commitment to human rights advocacy, and his dedication has earned him a respected reputation in this field.
Oriyomi’s decision to classify Naira Marley’s songs and all Marlian songs as “NTBB” (Not To Be Broadcast) on Agidigbo FM stations reflects the network’s stance on not promoting or playing music associated with the controversial artist and his record label. This action seems to be a response to the ongoing controversy surrounding the death of Mohbad and the allegations against Naira Marley and his associates.
You will recalled that this was started by splash fm as they also banned the marlian music from been played in the radio station.
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