NBT holds its first eviction Who is to be home? … Jojo, Mr. Illegal, Nate-Pro or King Kosovo
This week’s task for the NBT emcees was to sing about peace as we near the December elections.
Before the performance could start, two emcees had to be evicted from the competition. Viewer’s votes and judges scores were compiled to get the results.
The emcees who made it to bottom four are Jojo, Mr. Illegal, Nate-Pro and King Kosovo. Eventually Mr. Illegal and King Kosovo were evicted from the competition having the lowest votes. Okyeame Kwame told the evictees that being evicted was not the end of their hip hop careers, and that he hoped to perform with them on the same stage one day.
The night saw the emcees singing about peaceful elections. Some emcees called on the youth to help maintain the peace, come this year’s elections.
Others called on political heads to desist from political insults, as it can incite wars. Some emcees called on the media to report positive things about political parties and leave the negatives behind, since the general public depends on them for information.
Some emcees were of the view that to have a peaceful elections, depended on all of us, so on the day of voting; every individual should peacefully leave the polling stations.
All emcees advised that we should respect each other’s political opinions and affiliations, and made references to what happened in our neighbouring countries like Togo and Liberia, which, due to political indifferences, saw some citizens amputated.
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