Nigerian artist Flavour adopts a blind son from Liberia

One Nigeria’s popular musical star Chinedu Okoli, better known by his stage name as Flavour N’abania also a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and performer has put a smile on the face of a blind Liberian boy by taken him to Nigeria to feature in his new hit, ‘Most High’.

The highlife music star traveled to Liberia where he came across little Semeh G Weifur from a blind school and got touched by his talent when he saw him after singing his song.

Speaking during an interview with Nigerian journalists, the young Liberian musical star said, ”My name is Semeh G Weifur, I came across Flavour in Liberia from National institute for the blind school. At the moment I am in Nigeria in Flavour’s studio. I am so excited to work with him. I can’t explain the feeling in my heart, I fell so excited. Thanks to master kraft and my mentor. Ekene kene nibu Jesus,” little Weifur said.

The Nigerian artist Flavour brought him to Nigeria to be featured in his new music ‘Most High’. Most High is the last track of Flavour’s latest album, “Ijele- The Traveler.”

Source: TVC News

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