Nigerian musician, singer-songwriter, entrepreneur and television personality Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo popularly known as D’banj and Port Harcourt First Son, Duncan Mighty, were hosted at the Rivers state government house in the state capital, earlier today.
The music and entertainment stars paid a condolence visit to Governor Nyesom Wike on the death of the Attorney General of Rivers State, Mr Emmanuel Aguma SAN.
The governor noted that the State Government has developed one of the best cultural centres in the country, pointing out that the State Government will want to collaborate with Dbanj for a bi-monthly hosting of musical shows at the facility.
On the death of the Late Attorney-General of Rivers State, Hon Emmanuel Aguma (SAN), Governor Wike thanked Dbanj for identifying with the state at the moment of grief.
Earlier, Dbanj said that he runs the CREAM music platform designed specifically to empower the youths and give them opportunities. He offered to partner with the Rivers State Government on talent development.
The Popular Musician commended the Rivers State Governor for his outstanding developmental strides that have transformed the State.
On the death of the Attorney General of Rivers State, Dbanj condoled with the Government and people of Rivers State on the tragic loss.
Dbanj later toured the Rex Lawson Cultural Centre in Port Harcourt.