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Nigerian artiste rallies support against racism, inequality

By TVC News Nigeria
11 September 2020   |   12:47 pm
An upcoming artiste has dropped a single titled 'I Cannot Breathe' to add to the voices who have rejected discrimination, segregation and inequality against the black race and killings of citizens in Nigeria.

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