Minister Mulls Plan To Launch National Theme Song Using Nigerian Music Artists, Song Writers

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The Nigerian Government has announced plans to launch a national theme song for the country.

This was disclosed in a press statement released on Tuesday by the Media Office of the newly sworn-in Minister of Art, Culture and Entertainment Economy, Barr. Hannatu Musa Musawa.

Musawa who is the first female minister to head the ministry expressed her commitment towards rebranding the country’s image shortly after she resumed office.

The statement reads, “In a brief remark, the Minister who expressed delight with the warm reception, specially appreciated President Bola Ahmed Tinubu GCFR for considering her worthy to serve in such a capacity.

“She promised to give her best to the rebranding of Nigeria’s image.

“The Minister maintained that the Country can no longer be associated with negativity such as poverty, fraud, terrorism and other forms of criminality.

“Barr Musa-Musawa however said that changing the nation’s image positively beyond the shores of this country will require the collective support of all well-meaning Nigerians.

“The Minister also pointed out that one of her key plans in the immediate is to have a NATIONAL TEAM SONG FOR THE NIGERIAN BRAND. She, therefore, encouraged Nigerian songwriters and Music Artists from the Six Geopolitical Zones of the Country to begin to think in that direction.

“The Nigerian Arts, Culture and Creative Industry, She noted that the Nigerian Creative Industry has come of age and it is time to project it in a new exportable dimension for improved foreign earnings.

“Hence, she said Nigerians should expect innovative and inspiring concepts that will drive and support this Sector in the coming weeks.”

“The Minister of Art, Culture and the Creative Economy assures that all the necessary plans/ Mechanisms will immediately be activated, just as all relevant Stakeholders in the Public and Private Sectors will be meaningfully engaged for the effective execution of the project.” The statement reads.

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