Ozzy Bosco thrills at Spirit of Lagos
FOR the residence of Ojuelegba, a bustling community in Lagos, the 2015 Valentine’s Day celebration is definitely one that they will not forget in a hurry, as the Spirit of Lagos, a movement committed to restoring the lost glories of the city, stormed the area with kid artiste, Ozzy Bosco, as part of its just concluded Do The Right Thing road tour.
The residence, who gathered under the bridge venue of the road show, could not resist the dancing steps and sonorous songs from the ambassador of the Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA).
The wunderkind rendered some of his songs including, the popular Keep Lagos Clean and U Reign featuring Midnight Crew and Dr. Tee Mac Omatsola. He has also featured some A-list artistes such as MI, Olamide, Flavour and Sound Sultan.
Exuding joy at the performance of Ozzy Bosco during the show, which lasted for three hours, his mother, Chief (Mrs.) Adah Mojekwu, said such the platform has provided her son opportunity to connect with his fans and to further entrench the message of keeping Lagos clean, which is also his pet project.
“Ozzy Bosco is concerned with the welfare of children and seeing that every child, in line with the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) Convention for the Rights of Child, enjoys the rights unhindered. He also likes clean and sustainable environment, and this informs why he accepted to perform at the Spirit of Lagos road tour, which in any case, conforms to his ideals and beliefs,” she said.
The just-concluded Do The Right Thing show was aimed at sensitising the people of Lagos on the need to do things that conform with societal norms like making use of the pedestrian bridges where available instead of dashing through the major roads and endangering their lives; keeping their environment clean by disposing of their refuse properly; paying their taxes, and effectively participating in the process of governance by obtaining their Permanent Voters Cards to cast their votes, which is part of their civic responsibility.
The road tour, which lasted for three weeks back, saw the team visiting high human traffic areas around Lagos including, Oshodi Market, Agege Pen Cinema, Oyingbo market, Badagry, Mushin market, Ojodu Berger, Ijesha Bus Stop, Pako-Aguda, Festac, Ajegunle, Oke Ira in Ogba and Okokomaiko.
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