Nigerian Damini Ogulu, Burna Boy

Burna Boy: “The only way Africa can become the powerhouse that it should be is to get rid of all the African leaders that are here right now, because they have done us no good. The only way that can happen is if you all come back and do what you have to do.” I ask the first, perhaps naive, question that pops into my head: the African diaspora is so vast, how would everyone fit? “Where you are now, you think there’s room for you?” Literally and figuratively, maybe he has a point. “Your ancestors are calling you right now. This is the time.”Find out more

Burna Boy, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu Biography and Profile, Burna Boy Biography and Profile, Nigerian Singer

Burna Boy, Nigerian singer and songwriter, born July 2, 1991, grew up in southern Nigeria’s Port Harcourt, where his father ran a welding business and his mother was a lecturer and translator. Burna won Best International Act at the BET awards in June. Burna Boy Biography and Profile.Find out more

South African Julius Sello Malema and Nigerian Burna Boy

“Looking forward to receiving and being entertained by my brother @burnaboy here at his home called South Africa. There’s no mascot that can stop him from performing, he’s one of our own and we will protect him. We must resolutely oppose regionalism led by political illiterates,” Julius Malema, leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), a South African political party wrote.Find out more