Wednesday, 23 July 2014

100 Days Of Missing Chibok Girls The Government Is Treating It Like A Joke - 2Face Idibia

Award winning musician 2Face Idibia speaks on the issue of the missing Chibok girls in commemoration of the 100th day of the girls being missing. Today, Wednesday 23rd July 2014 makes it 100 days since 276 girls were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School, Chibok Borno » state and to mark this, there has been heavy conversation centred around the missing Chibok girls and #BringBackOurGirls campaign. Joining in the conversation was the What's Trending team at Classic 97.3fm who had 2Face Idibia as a guest on the show. 2Face who happened to be in the studio promoting his latest album, "The Ascension" was quizzed on the issue of the missing girls and the multiple award winning singer was very vocal in his disappointment over the manner in which the situation was being handled. "I think the whole thing is a joke" he began, "The government has not expressed enough seriousness in handling the situation." He went on to say that rather than politicise the situation, if there was really a kidnap, the government should live up to its responsibility and work hard towards the return of the missing girls rather than trade blames amongst the various political parties. Also when asked if he would ever consider a political appointment, specifically representing his Idoma tribe in the national level, he emphatically stated that politics was not for him. "I don't want to be one of all those people that will heavily criticise the government from outside then when I get in for whatever reason I won't be able to work and make a difference. I'll rather stick with my music" he concluded. Meanwhile 2Face's "The Ascension" album » which features artistes like Iceberg Slim, Tony One Week amongst others has dropped and he's expected to be the headline act at Industry Night later today. @Last├čornNews(07060428346)

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