DR. GOHD releases single titled EMWANTA (What To Do). The budding African artist who hails from the southern Edo state of Nigeria releases his first highly anticipated single EMWANTA.
EMWANTA preaches the irritating discrimination against survivors abroad, explaining the daily hustle and buzzle of Africans who migrated from Africa having to work abroad doing Manual labour jobs.
The Italian base ministered through EWANTA preaching “going ABROAD can break down conceptualizations of CULTURE and sense of SUPERIORITY regarding your own SOCIETY or it can ALLOW for an opportunity to appreciate it more FULLY.”
EMWANTA further explains that employment is scarce overseas, but indicates that not all Africans living abroad are involved in low-grade service sector activities such as (street trade, domestic service, street hawkers, hotel work). There is a high degree of occupational specialization among certain migrants.
DR. GOHD, however, sends message across his people which he recorded as a way to protect the “dignity” of Africans, regardless of their nature of work. Africans must help protect the “dignity” of Africans in diaspora preaching that Africans needs to help Africa develop herself to full potentials.