Tuface, Banky W, Eldee, Cobhams and WizKid join voices on stopping violence in Nigeria #Dream4Naija

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Updated August 8, 2012

Foremost Nigerian artist, Innocent Tuface Idibia has teamed up with members of the EME Music Empire to produce a video track enjoining Nigerians to “Get up, stand up and take action for Nigeria’s future.” #Dream4Naija

The video track which is titled ‘Naija, Change Is Gonna Come’, is produced by the EME Empire and tagged “The sound of EME’s new youth anthem-Change.”

The track featured the EME boss, Banky W, pop sensation, WizKid and other top Nigerian artists such as Tuface Idibia, Cobhams Asuquo and Eldee.

The artists urged Nigerian youth-to “Get up, stand up and  take action for Nigeria’s future — #Dream4Naija.”

The track which is coming at a time when insurgency and killings by fundamentalist sect-Boko Haram, are reaching unprecedented levels in the northern part of the country, calls for political and religious leaders to get united in peace and harmony.

They also enjoined Nigerians to change their way of thinking and mindset and “turn away from corruption and become socially responsible.”

The video was released on YouTube on the 7th of August 2012 and it also features Toyosi Akerele and the first lady of EME Empire, Niyola.

The artists have also launched a Facebook page to further drive their gospel.

This project is funded by the International Republican Institute (IRI) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in collaboration with Empire Mates Entertainment (EME), McNally Temple Associates, Inc. (MTA) and the Nigerian Leadership Initiative (NLI).