‘Say No To Xenophobia’ Music Wins Awards

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of African Youth Peace Campaign and President of Pan African Alliance in the Middle East, Edward Osagyefo has taken the entertainment industry by storm after winning three (3) Prestigious Awards within two months.

Edward Osagyefo who has been a strong advocate and a voice against Xenophobic attacks, Racism and Black Slavery in African countries swept away the Central Media Awards 2020 and Talents House Awards 2019.

At the two separate events, Edward Osagyefo won the Artiste of the Year Award for the Central Media Awards 2020 and two different awards for the Talents House Awards 2019; Best International Act of the Year and Dancehall/Reggae Song of the Year Awards.

The Central Media Awards 2020 was held to reward media practitioners working tirelessly for the region. Central Media Awards is powered by Ezone Network and supported by Brother International.

Talents House Awards 2019 is also an awards scheme hosted by Talent House Media to congratulate the most hardworking music artiste within 2019.

Edward Osagyefo who was elated about these feats, told this reporter in an interview that “Hard work pays. These laurels you see here I believe are won through hard work. I thank God and all my fans who have supported me to this level.”

He however indicated that the future is bright and he hopes to make things bigger this year, 2020.

Edward Osagyefo who released the Peace song “SAY NO TO XENOPHOBIA” said it was an awakening call on Africans to stay United in peace for development.

The song Xenophobia got him the award from Talents House Awards for the Best International Act of the Year and Dancehall/Reggae Song of the Year 2019.

In that song, Edward Osagyefo who featured Benji and produced by Skybeat, for that price of work, stressed the scourges of Xenophobia, Black Slavery and Racism as he sends a Peace Message across through the African continent.

Xenophobia, Black Slavery and Racism he said, are taken over the place of peace and unity in Africa and that it is time Africans stood up and say “NO” to what he described us evils.

He said Arica has suffered greatly in the hands of Xenophobia and Racism and the time has come for these societal ills to stop.

“GREAT THANKS TO HIS NAME LORD GOD ALMIGHTY. My song xenophobia got an award from talents house awards Best international act of the year and Dancehall/reggae song of the year 2019. Congratulations to you all for the great support. Blessed,” he later posted on his Facebook wall expressing gratitude to all his fans.


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