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Fanton Mojah calls for end to violence

Published:Sunday | July 22, 2018 | 12:00 AMOkoye Henry
Fanton Mojah. -Okoye Henry photo.


Reggae artiste Fanton Mojah, brought the message of unity to the people of Montego Bay while performing on Festival Night 2 of Reggae Sumfest 2018.

The 'Mama Hungry' entertainer expressed his discontent with the rampant crime in the second city and Jamaica by extension, and has urged youngsters to put down the guns.

"I don't like what I see happening in Montego Bay and me a talk to the ghetto youths them to stop the violence," said Fanton Mojah. "People, unno can't stop it?" he asked.

Instead of encouraging crime and violence, he said, people in positions of power should instead lead youngsters in the right direction, especially those who want to get a foot in the entertainment industry. 

"Youths fi get bookings nuff time and unno come down come put in some next man. You can't style and abuse the youths them. Me just want unno work with them," he urged.

Fanton Mojah, clad in full black, went on to deliver a stellar performance as he dropped hits from his catalogue such as 'Nuh Build Great Man', 'Corruption' and 'Stronger'.