Sunday, 18 July 2021

CROSS RIVER ENTERTAINERS MOURN SOUND SULTAN

 



CROSS RIVER ENTERTAINERS MOURN SOUND SULTAN


... COMMENCE CROWD FUND FOR COLLEAGUE WITH THROAT CANCER 


The major highlight of the July edition of Cross River Entertainment Industry Nite was the moment of silence for late veteran Nigerian musician, Sound Sultan, who died early in the month of cancer. 



The host, highlife musician and Governor Ben Ayade's Special Assistant on Entertainment, Effiom Trombone seized the occasion to flagoff of a fund raiser for Kizzkid Nero Baba, a Cross River born musician who is currently battling throat cancer. Kizzkid's photos had been in circulation on social media, appealing for the sum of One Million, Six Hundred Thousand Naira (N1,600,000) for his surgery. 


Effiom Trombone in his remark called on 1,000 Cross Riverians to help Kizzkid raise 1 million naira by donating N1,000 each. Starting with his own donation, he encouraged all artistes to do same, through Cross River Artistes Forum (CRAF). 



The night witnessed exciting performances by the headliners and a special appearance by the veteran Mr Xto, who admonished the artistes; he advised them to remain united and continually collaborate. 





© Nelson Nseabasi


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