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Drumming in Nigeria: A brief Chat with Paul Ozioma Dhumebi

Yes that’s true. Most of them gospel artistes don’t value instrumentalists. They collect huge cash and pay their instrumentalist poorly, and yes I have encountered it well enough. As for my reactions, hmm… in some cases, I would get really sad...

Drumming in Nigeria:  A brief Chat with Paul Ozioma Dhumebi
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