"Not All Musicians Are Indencent, Some of Us Know How to Perform in Schools"- Rickman Defends

Posted on Aug 02, 2022
By Kiggundu Abraham
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Singer Rickman Manrick says the Ministry of Education and Sports should penalise immoral artistes rather than banning music performances in schools.

The 'Ayizulu' singer is not fine with Dr. Jane Egau Okou's letter that was sent to all private and government schools countrywide banning all performances and concerts that involve secular music with immediate effect.

According to the 'Ayizulu' singer, there is a lot of artistes and entertainers that have been foul played by this ban since they are always decent in their performances in schools.

In a lengthy social media complaint, Rickman believes the music ban in schools is likely to cause a lot of challenges to schools such as robbing youth in schools the opportunity to relieve their stress, pleasure and anxiety, robbing students the chances to get instilled with motivational messages from performers as well as increase in indiscipline cases such as breakouts from schools by pupils so as to attend to shows of their favourite artistes.

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