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Lamboginny, Korede Bello team up in new record United Nations

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No doubt, this is the most challenging time of the 21st century for every country around the world, but one thing that would for sure make a difference is how much we rally around one and other in support and love, not just this time but all the time to pull through difficulties.

It is against this backdrop that the duo of musician cum global prison ambassador Yinka Lawanson better known as Lamboginny and Mavin star, Korede Bello teamed up to churned out a beautiful and an encompassing song titled United Nations.

Produced by Benie Macaulay and Altims, the well laid and lyrically arranged song has been dedicated to every frontline workers across the world fighting and working hard to save the world and it’s also urging everyone to continue to show love and live in unity, for together we are United Nations!

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In an exclusive phone chat with The Guardian Lamboginny said, “Basically, it is a song I wrote by myself when I went to speak at the United Nations and I decided to bring Korede Bello into it.”

“I feel that this is the best time to put the song out, as it is aimed at enco9uraging the world to stay united, support one another, mostly now that the globe is upside down. If you have food in your house, it is not t for you, alone; reach out to your neighbour. We are in this together and this too shall surely pass! That for me is the basic drive for the song” he added.

Lamboginny had last week warned the Nigerian government and the authorities of Nigerian Correctional Service (NCS) that inmates would die like chickens if Coronavirus hits the various centres across the country.

The singer, in a statement on April 8, cautioned that although the Nigerian Correctional Service (NCS) said necessary actions had been taken to curb and prevent the pandemic from invading correctional facilities, as at January this year, the total population of inmates in the centres was 72,677, with convicted numbering 21,890 and awaiting trial totalling 50,737.

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