Renowned philanthropist, Duke Zebson Onuoha Unveils Music Album, Amidst Cheers from Amity Club

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By Amaechi Chidinma

A well known philanthropist from Mbaise extraction, in Imo State, Chief Duke Zebson Onuoha A.K.A Duke of Angola, Oji Motor eme ogo, over the weekend released his first music album, titled “Sweet Mother” amidst cheers from members of Amity Club International.

The epoch making event enshrined with the get together party of Amity Friends International Club took place at Mayfair Hotel and Suits along Egbu road, Owerri and witnessed the convergence of family friends and well wishers from within and outside the shores of the continent.

Speaking with newsmen after the event, the Agricultural expert cum Artiste Chief Executive Officer of Kenduke Farm Limited, Kenduke Oil and Feed Mill, King Duke melody band of Africa (Ogene Igbo), Chief Duke Zebson Onuoha said his first Album has four tracks, which are Izu Ndi Mbaise, Amity Friends International Social Club, Ezinne (Special) for mothers all over the world which he sang in 4 languages; French, English. Igbo and Kswahili, and a Hit track Ihere Agaghi eme Ndi Ji Chineke Hiwe Isi.

Chief Duke Zebson Onuoha told newsmen that his music career was borne out of the zeal to help people especially the youths, and to thank God for all he has done in his life, in his words “I was prompted into Music , because it is an easy way to help people especially the youths, and to thank God for all he has done in my life” he said.

The well traveled Artist who have toured various countries of the world, Chief Duke Zebson Onuoha seized the platform to challenge Nigerian youths to use their brain and not to be lazy, he reiterated that his music career is also to empower youths, adding that if he can release an album at 58 years, the youths can do the same.

Chief Duke Zebson Onuoha expressed happiness on the turnout of event which he described as a successful one, he also commended his esteemed listeners and his friends from Amity International Club.

On his challenges, Chief Duke Zebson Onuoha said, “though it took me time to make this music, but I am so happy that people love my music so much, I give God the glory” he submitted.