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Two entertainers and a broadcaster have waxed a short campaign song for Ogun state government against rape in the country .
The artists ; Akinpelu Olusesan, popularly called Chelsea Bobo , Adéoluwa Ogunwale, otherwise known as Amo Musicals and a versatile independent broadcaster, Akinyemi Olatoye , popularly called Alawiye Federation jointly put up an educative and entertaining song .
In the 3:28 second video which has pictures of Ogun state governor ,Dapo Abiodun and the motion pictures of the artists and the broadcaster in different gesticulations , condemned the act of rape and its menace .
Speaking with PLATFORM TIMES on Monday on behalf of others , Ogunwaye (Amo musicals ) said they are concerned about the effects of rape in the state and the country .
He said “We are just concerned minds and ambassadors of our dear state.”
When asked on the content of the music , he said “strict warning against Rape and All forms of sexual violence.”
The song the song was meant for the general public.
He added it was to ” Sensitize the public, especially the good people of Ògun state through Musical video and as a means of supporting the Gov in preaching against sexual violence.”
Olusesan, hailed of Òwu, Abẹ́òkúta North Local Govt, Ogun State and CEO, Chelsea Bobo Classic Band. CEO, Alawiye Show biz Ventures.
“Akinyemi Titus Olatoye (Alawiye Federation). Hailed from Iporo Ake, Abẹ́òkúta South Ogun State.
“Adéoluwa Morenikeji Ogunwale, hailed from Ijaye, Abeokuta South local govt. CEO, Amo Musicals