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Frankie Giva Awakens Ghana and Nigeria With New Nationalist Music Singles + Download

Frankie Giva a UK based Ghanaian has just released nationalist singles for Africa's Nigeria and Ghana titled Ghana Arise and Nigeria Rise.

Giva who is a school consultant and a talented artiste, writer and composer is extremely creative and innovative  in thought. He takes into cognizance that the message is apt for both Ghana and Nigeria as they go through significant changes. Also featured in the singles are Debbie Praise, A2B and Oche and produced by Greenwox.

Both singles here released are also currently playing in the UK and across Europe. Today is the official release online, Friday the 6th of January 2017.

The songs are powerful and so spiritual that they connect Ghanaians and Nigerians to understand the CHANGES and their role as citizens of their nations within Africa. The fact is that as Nigeria the Giant of Africa grows and Ghana maintains her peace, then Africa will begin to grow stronger. 
 Nigerians are tired of being tired and Ghanaians are tired of being just quiet, Frankie opines and sells that it is about time for the citizens especially the youth to take up the mantle and think critically towards moving Africa forward.


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