Sunday, 23 February 2014

Lami Phillips, Tuface Idibia, Sound Sultan and Titi Lokei Join in with Senegalese Musicians to Support African Farmers and Rural Women

Displaying photo 4.JPGDisplaying mime-attachment.gifMembers of the GROW campaign recently launched the video clip entitled “Where is my 10%" a hymn offered to farmers for African International Year of Family Farming.
This video clip produced in family farms in Senegal and Nigeria defends the place and role of African farmers. It is aimed to remind the African Heads of States and ask the public to support African farmers by consuming local products.

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The song “Where is my 10%” was produced in November 2013 by a group of West African artists with the support of the GROW campaign in West Africa. The video sees 2Face Idibia,Lami PhillipsSound Sultan Titi Lokei (Nigeria) join Baaba Maal, Daara J  Family, DK (Senegal), Ceepee (Mauritania), Danny Lee (Niger) and Smarty (Burkina Faso) to ask African Heads of States to keep their promises.
petition to ask the Heads of African State to translate their commitments into concrete actions was launched in partnership with the NGO ONE and farmers organizations across Africa to support the campaign " Where is my 10% '

Lami joined fellow West African artists Tuface Idibia, Sound Sultan, Baaba Maal to name a few to join in the GROW campaign to support African farmers and rural women. 

Please find the links to the beautiful video shot on family farms around West Africa as well as some behind-the-scenes images along with the song lyrics and the links to sign the GROW petition to urge African Heads of States to translate their pledge to local farmers into concrete action as well as urge the public to support farmers by consuming local products. 

          Join the campaign and sign the petition on:  
·        Watch the video:
·        Download the song:
·        Download the video:
Read the blog "From promises to Action":

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