Nigerian performing artiste, producer and record label executive, Governor of Africa has urged parents to pay attention to the talents of their children.
The PlayNation Richgang mogul, full name Collins Oviawe, relayed how growing up in Benin with the encouragement of his parents, as a little boy, helped him develop his musical skill.
The Edo born artiste therefore encouraged parents to be conscious of what their children love and enrol them in activities that will help turn those skills into value
“Brick and mortar education is not the only form of education available. If a child shows aptitude for other skills, then it should be looked into and nurtured. A lot of children end up in roles they don’t fit into, simply to please their parents.”
“There are others who have multiple talents and hobbies. I believe we should be able to guide these children appropriately especially at an early age. That’s what matters.
“I studied Finance and Accounting in the university, and I picked a lot of things from it. I also love Music and I’ve been developing my skills since I was a child. How would I have felt if I had been unable to develop it?
The artiste currently has a hot track featuring Davido and Peruzzi called Cincinatti and hopes to make a massive impact on the Nigerian scene with his talent.