The Buzz | 9 July 2014 16:47 CET

Over 2m Africans Support D'Banj’s 'Do Agric' Petition

Source: Joy Akosa/

The 'Do Agric' petition by top Nigerian music artiste, D'Banj has been signed by over 2million Africans, the singer's management has revealed.

The 'Kokomaster', as the artiste is fondly called, has been working hard to ensure that youths in the continent embrace agriculture. He is an ambassador of Agriculture in Nigeria.

In January 2014, at the African Union Summit in Addis Ababa, D'Banj helped launch the 'Do Agric' petition, which is aimed at making African leaders encourage investment in Agriculture in the continent. The singer took his campaign further by recording a song entitled 'Cocoa Na Chocolate', which featured top music acts across Africa.

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