Popular Nigerian Musician Gets His Own ‘National Day’ | Photos

Nigerian musician and singer, Praise Ugbede Adejo, popularly known as Praiz, was on Saturday, February 6, recognized by the governor of the state of Minnesota in the United States. The governor, Mark Dayton, officially declared February 6, as ‘Praise Adejo Day’, in celebration of the Nigerian musician.


The overwhelmed singer took to his Instagram to gush about the achievement. Here’s what he had to say:

“2 years ago I was in Minnesota on a vacation and I happened to go on a tour at the CAPITOL. It was an interesting experience. I also met some good people and made new friends. Today the Governor of Minnesota, Mark Dayton, has issued a proclamation to recognize me. I am very honored and humbled. I want to use this opportunity to say a big Thank You to GOD almighty for ALL he has done for me , the State of Minnesota and Governor Mark Dayton. #kingsonly #RichAndFamous #winning #GodOverEverything #StayGrinding #Minnesota #Usa #minnesota”.

Here’s a picture of the official declaration seal:


The musician who is also an MTN Nigeria ambassador, also stopped by the MTN office, to show his achievement.

They also took to Instagram to congratulate Praiz. Here’s a screenshot of their post below:


Praiz recently released a song titled ‘make up love’ with American rapper, Obie Trice.

Source: Naij


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