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Israel Maweta campaigns against Child Labour with New Song – LISTEN

World Day Against Child Labour is celebrated every year on June 12th. In Celebrating  its 25th Anniversary globally, celebrated Ghanaian Traditional Musician and Gospel Crooner Israel Maweta joined with his voice to speak against Child Labour.

He drops a song titled “Say No To Child Labour” to campaign for the initiative. The song is available on all major digital music platforms.

Listen/Download Here: https://mipromo.ffm.to/israelmaweta-saynotochildlabour   


Watch Lyric Video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/DxcqcWV7jCw?si=9kQgTGohvsMcGbl1

Israel Maweta who also celebrates his 25th Anniversary in music has been at the forefront of social commentary; with at least 23 Albums to his credit, he uses his lyrics to correct many ills of society through his music, across a variety of genres ranging from Borborbor, Agbadza, Zigi, Asafo, Gospel, Reggae, Zouk, Highlife, just to name a few.

His latest Album titled “Amenuveve” features Ghana’s ‘Gospel Artiste of the Year’ (TGMAs) Winner, Nacee, on 2 songs from his 8-tracked Album.

Listen to “Amenuveve” Album Here: https://ditto.fm/amenuveve




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