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Big Daddy Foundation Soars, Drops I’m OK



Big Daddy Foundation, the unique platform that provides succor to the generality of the society with peace as its basic aim and objective is reaching out to more places.

A baby of Rastaman Big Daddy as he is popularly known, has been carrying its peace campaign around the nooks and crannies of the nation.

Big Daddy is also a frontline reggae musician and brain behind Nigeria’s largest home of Rastafarians, the Rasta community in Ibafo, Ogun State.

Since its inception a few years ago, the Rasta community has become a beehive of activities with all types of shows by the rastas who are freely accommodated by Big Daddy.

“ We are fully back after the fire incident at the community. The ability to bounce back after such a challenge is what matters. And we are back and stronger,” he stated.

On the ongoing Peace campaign which kicked off from his Ndokwa West Community in Delta State, he said that the next stage would involve a live musical show meant to draw all and sundry to come and listen to the noble course.
“We believe that we can only survive if peace reigns at all levels in this country. We have united many families and warring communities already and there’s no stopping the campaign until we get to the national level,” he added.

Whatsmore, Big Daddy’s long awaited album designed to boost the campaign, ‘I’m Ok’ is set for consumption.
“The title says it all. We should bear and be contented with whatever we have,”



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