A mainstream Nigerian vocalist has taken to social media with a short lesson for his fans and devotees, especially as it concerns a portion of their petition solicitation to their maker.
The artist identified as Korede Bello, took to his Instagram page with a video post in which he bares his mind on the issue of financial freedom.
He continued by adding that the lord does not give anyone money, instead, he gives people abilities that can in turn generate money for them.
Going further in his address, the God Win crooner said he thinks people should also desist from asking for financial assistance from their fellow humans.
According to him, it is better off when a person is looking to solve a problem or look for what they can do for other people, in exchange for money.
Sharing the video post, he said: “Maybe we should stop asking God for money… Is HE Central bank ? #MyThinkingCap”
See his post below:
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Korede was born in Lagos State, Nigeria, where he completed his primary and secondary school education. He started performing at the age of 7 and went by the stage name African Prince. While in primary school, Korede Bello went on to write his first song after forming a music group with a friend.
He started music professionally by recording songs in the studio while in secondary school, and eventually released his first single “Forever”. He studied Mass Communication at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism and holds a Higher National Diploma certificate. Korede Bello is an Associate Member of the Institute of Information Management.
After the release of his first single which received relatively positive reviews, he was introduced to Don Jazzy by his manager Casmir Uwaegbute after which they recorded some songs together which got Don Jazzy impressed.
On 28 February 2014, he got signed to Mavin Records under which he has recorded popular songs like “African Princess” and “Godwin”.
He is currently working on his first studio album and cites Asa and 2face Idibia as people he draws inspiration from.