Story behind the name Change from Real Prince To.....

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 The notion behind my change of name from Real Price to "GRENADE" Firstly I want to tell you that I don't just sing songs to entertain, but to pass a message, and my upcoming December first and tenths 2022 will not be different, it's a true life story that touches imaginary hearts, though coined with melodies, but crowned with stain, what an assertion? It's all about the notion behind the musical messages from a sixteen years old upcoming Nigerian HIP POP artist by the new name "GRENADE" formerly known as Real Prince, in this interview GRENADE said his first stage name was as a result of tittle of a Prince which anyone can Bare, That he will love his fans and the world to imagine and think out the reason why he decided to now be known as GRENADE. You can remember in the year 2020 while the world was going through the dreaded deadly disease called CORONAVIRUS the young lead with his siblings were busy creating vibes like Easy Life and Boyz ft. Star Que

2023 Peter Obi: Obi-dients Stage Rallies For Peter Obi In Edo, Lagos, Bauchi

 Loyalists of Peter Obi in Edo State, on Saturday, took advantage of Nigeria’s 62nd independent anniversary commemoration to rally support for the presidential hopeful on the platform of the Labour Party (LP), in the 2023 General election.



Tagged “Obidient Movement”, the loyalists who numbered several thousand, including the senior citizens, marched from different routes across Benin City, the State capital, and finally converged at the city centre, otherwise known as Ring Road.

They defied operatives of the various security agencies, who had hindered movements within the Benin metropolis.

They said that they decided to use October 1 to drum support for Peter Obi’s candidacy, who, according to them, was capable of liberating Nigerians from the chains of poverty, rising unemployment level and dwindling educational quality.

They chanted pro-democracy songs and unanimously said they will become the “structure” to catapult Peter Obi to Nigeria’s seat of power, even as they pleaded with Nigerians in other states to join the movement in reclaiming the country.

Speaking on their behalf, Osabuohien Nosakhare said: “We don’t have structure, but you can see for yourself that we have what it takes to boost Obi’s voting numbers. We are here for good governance to support the Obi movement and this is how we want to create awareness.

“What can we show as a country at 62? No electricity, unemployment is on the increase, there are bad health facilities, and pensioners can’t even enjoy their entitlements and benefits. What about the poor infrastructure? All I can say is Nigeria is in a mess,” he added.

Also speaking, the State deputy chairman of the Labour Party, Patrick Ogiefa, said that the movement is not for pecuniary gains but a rally for enlightening the masses on good leadership and how the dividends of democracy can be delivered to the citizenry.

“A time comes in the life of every nation. We are now awake to rescue Nigeria. This call is divine and blessed by God so we can change the narrative. Where are we?

“We are supposed to be the giant of Africa but it’s a shame we can’t boast of our status. We have prayed and God has answered, it is now in our hands to rescue this nation. This is a moving train,” Ogiefa said.

In Lagos, the rallies tagged #4MillionMarch4PeterObi, were held in many parts of the city, including Lekki, Surulere, Ikeja, Festac, and others. The marchers brandished the logo of the Labour Party on their shirts, caps, head cover and even hijabs. They chanted solidarity songs and boasted that they would give Peter Obi the biggest votes in Lagos.

Rallies were also held in support of Obi in Kafanchan and Bauchi

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