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Solomon Tu Brain Omoruyi, artist name Tu Brain, was born in 1986 Omoruyi of Edo State in Nigeria.
From young age his musical talent was positively influencing and directing the royal orchestra and choir. Growing up with sweet whistling early-morning-birds and the various sounds of nature, to him the rhythm of the earth and life, deeply raise his natural talent. After graduating from university, his life mission to become a popular musician has led him to become an afro beat singer, songwriter and performer.
In 2010 Tu Brain successfully released his first solo album titled Papa-Mama in Nigeria. In 2014 he travelled to establish his music career in Europe. Also started promoting African Culture in diaspora. In 2015 he won the title ,,The Best Male Artist Of The Year” at Diaspora Night Award, Germany. In 2018 he won the title ,,Afro Beat Artist” at Gala Night Award, Germany. You can meet and listen to him all over the world, on social media, radio, on TV, also live in concert.
The African Union DAY 2019 celebrations shall be taking place in Dortmund, Germany on the 24th and the 25th of May at Fussball Museum in Dortmund, Germany. This is an event you cannot afford to miss
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Jenice Zonette Revers is passionate about supporting young people to hone their inner power, in order to transform their own lives and improve their life chances. She is both a qualified Guidance Counsellor and Social Worker. She has over 20 years’ experience working with children and young people in educational settings in the inner city of Jamaica and within local authority social services in the UK.
According to UK Youth, ‘Evidence shows that the barriers young people face to achieving economic independence, well-being and finding the right support, are disproportionate to the population as a whole. The effects of this marginalisation have a profound impact on the self-worth of the individual, and a negative impact on their life now and further down the line.’ (http://www.ukyouth.org/our-challenge.html)
It is Jenice’s hope that her writing, talks and workshops will support young people to develop a healthy sense of ‘self-worth’, hence to become equipped to improve their life chances and to pursue a happy and fulfilling life.
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