The song titled "End Poverty" talks about how corruption and lack of education in Africa has lead to extreme poverty on the continent.
Just a few days after MzVee was appointed as World Bank ambassador to help fight poverty, the "Dancehall Queen" singer has dropped a brand new Reggae tune to kick start her duty.
The song titled "End Poverty" talks about how corruption and lack of education in Africa has lead to extreme poverty on the continent. The song also talks about solutions to eradicating poverty in Africa -- citing education, unity and empowerment as key factors.
"We need to put an end to extreme poverty. Let us empower our people so fend for themselves. Let us educate our people so they can teach themselves. Let us enrich our people so they can feed themselves. Let us bridge the extreme gab between the rich and poor. Let us put an end to the suffering -- let us end the wars. Let us challenge our leaders to fight corruption. Let us challenge ourselves to be the solution," words of MzVee on "End Poverty".
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