Despite his ongoing social media war with popular musician Wizkid, Nigerian music star and BET nominee, Tekno, has pledged to support Nigerians who are in need to the tune of N5m. What’s the biggest piece of news that Tekno has been involved in within the last year? In January 2016, the singer was involved in an African scandal in the country of Tanzania. TEKNO’s Will Davison has achieved the team’s best result yet this year at the Perth SuperSprint for Round 4 of the Supercars Championship this weekend.
Tekno has also shared a picture of them together which he captioned ‘fineart’ to which she responded affectionately too. Cookies allow for example to make the most of the functionalities of the site and to send messages aligned with your preferences. If you consent to our use of the cookies, please scroll the page or close this notice.
Tekno (whose real name is Augustine Miles Kelechi) did not stop there. He proceeds to tackling the deplorable state of the country from different but obvious dimensions; first taking a swipe at power outage and the dangers of noise pollution and says, NEPA no bring light oh ah. Generator wan tear my ear oh oh oh,” while also pointing out the congenital greed in the minds of folks appointed or elected into power as well reminding his country people” of the unwillingness (if not incompetence) of leaders to execute projects. Plenty greedy men for there oh oh oh, take project oh, forget na the matter,” says Tekno.
Tekno who made the announcement on social media, apologized to his fans and promoters for disappointing them due to his inability to attend already booked shows. He pleaded with his fans and loved ones to pray for his quick recovery, promising to make it up to them when he returns to Nigeria hale and hearty.
This approach makes sense for Tekno I guess since he is probably concentrating on having a tonne of hits before creating content and buzz for his celeb life. According to a document obtained by THE NETNG, the Headies disqualified Tekno for not meeting requisite conditions for the award.
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