‘Obong of Sankwala’ crooner dedicates his latest EP to community development
Longe David Ubu Junior nicknamed ‘Jaro Davids,’ the ‘Obong of Sankwala’ crooner has dedicated his latest EP to the Obanliku local government in Cross River State on the need for development.
The EP which features five outstanding tunes, is the singer’s first long-awaited official EP, with a handful of hits from the EP already available on platforms for his fans prior to the studio release.
Jaro Davids is well-known among his peers as a goal-oriented individual who knows how to overcome obstacles.
The EP, according to the singer, is intended to oppose the government’s lack of representation in topics of development in his area.
“Consistency is the lifeblood of progress and is obstinate in executing tasks set upon and also tackling challenges thrown his way head-on, with unwavering commitment and dedication.
“I have towed a pragmatic path in my aspirations and endeavors as it reflects on both my physical and online presence. I have also shown this in his dogged pursuit of putting Obanliku local government on the map amidst making sure our people get their dues.
“It is over three decades old but doesn’t boast of many stipulated amenities and infrastructure to aid growth. That is why I am using this EP to also protest the poor representation displayed by the government.”