Thu, 07 Jun 2018 13:36 - Updated Thu, 07 Jun 2018 13:36
Musician Anselmo Ralph defends greater unity among citizens
Luanda - The singer and songwriter Anselmo Ralph last Wednesday, in Luanda, defended the need for greater unity among the citizens, with highlight on musicians, so that they can contribute better to the country’s development.
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The artist said so at a press conference in which it was presented the debut album of the Angolan singer Landrick (entitled Zolana), which is to be released this Saturday, by the Bom Som publishing company.
Anselmo Ralph, owner of the Bom Som publishing company, said that only with unity, solidarity and love for others can the national artists excel at international level and, thus, be better able to contribute to the country’s growth.
He went on to say that lack of unity among musicians and in other sectors of society hinders the desired harmonious development of the country, therefore, there is a need to change the scenario.
“We must, as citizens, have the unity spirit in all sectors, including within the family, for us to be able to contribute to the growth of the country”, underscored the Angolan RnB star.
Anselmo Ralph Andrade Cordeiro, better known as Anselmo Ralph, was born in Luanda on 12 March, 1981. He is currently one of the most renowned and successful Angolan musicians and one of the few to internationalise his artistic career.
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