In a recent development, Nigerian singer Terry G, whose real name is Gabriel Oche Amanyi, has brought attention to an alleged non-payment issue with the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Terry G claims that he has not been compensated for his performance at President Bola Tinubu’s pre-inauguration concert held at the MKO Abiola National Stadium in Abuja in May.
The artist, known for his energetic stage presence, revealed his grievances in a widely circulated video. He asserted that certain individuals possess money intended for him after his participation in the campaign event.
Terry G specifically highlighted his contribution to President Bola Tinubu’s campaign and expressed disappointment over not receiving the agreed-upon payment.
Taking to his Instagram story on Monday, the Akpako Master, as he is often called, declared that he has surrendered the situation to a higher power, indicating a willingness to let divine intervention resolve the payment dispute.
This incident raises questions about the financial dealings and responsibilities of political campaigns, shedding light on the challenges faced by artists in the entertainment industry when seeking fair compensation for their contributions to such events.
It also underscores the importance of addressing payment issues promptly to maintain positive relationships between artists and political entities.
As the story unfolds, many will be watching to see how Terry G’s situation with the APC progresses and whether it prompts broader discussions about fair compensation in the entertainment and political spheres.
He wrote “For the people or whoever wey chop the money I worked for this APC campaign matters so make he no worry say nothing don do them o. I leave am to God. It’s only a matter of time.”
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