Cohbams Asuquo becomes UNICEF’s ambassador.

The United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF NIGERIA has named Nigerian music producer and singer, Cohbams Asuquo the National Ambassador on Children’s Rights and protection.

The songwriter made the announcement via his Instagram page where he stated that he was honored by the opportunity given to him to serve with UNICEF.

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According to Cohbams, as the first ambassador in fifteen years, he will use his music to fight for the rights and protection of children.

He wrote: “Family, I’ve just been named the National Ambassador for UNICEF NIGERIA; the first in fifteen years. I am humbled and honored at the opportunity to serve in this capacity. Children’s rights and protection mean a lot to me and my music to me has always been a vehicle.

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