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Teachers deserve accolades for imparting knowledge – Artist

Teachers should be praised for imparting knowledge as all professions evolves from their efforts, Abuja based gospel artist, Ndigis Henry has said.

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With the stage name, Ndigis Henry E.V.K, he began singing from his secondary school days. He told Daily Trust YOUTHVILLE that for him, music is a medium to pass message across to others.

The 25-year-old graduate of Federal College of Education, Pankshin said he titled his first album which was released in 2016 “My Teachers” because God is the greatest teacher. He added that “all profession revolves round the effort of teachers as they impact knowledge and as such they are worthy of praise by the society at large.”

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Henry who hails from Plateau state but teaches in a school in Abuja said he financed his album through self-sponsorship and help from close ones.

He explained that all was not rosy as he had a lot of discouragement from people telling him he can’t do it, which made him to almost give-up on his dreams.

Henry who is working on his second album said he sings in Hausa, English and his native language.  

Some of the songs in his first album are ‘Marfarki’, ‘My teachers’, ‘Nagode’.

He uses social media to market himself and said that his songs can be downloaded via the internet.

 

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