Singer Patoranking sternly warns enemies of a black man's progress

Singer Patoranking sternly warns enemies of a black man's progress

- Nigerian Reggae dancehall singer, Patoranking, recently took to social media to sound a note of warning

- The young man warned those who are fond of hindering the success of their fellow black man

- Patoranking said that it is better they stop now before they get punished by God

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Life is never a bed of roses as not everybody decides to act in a positive way as long as it does not benefit them at the expense of others.

Some people would rather not disclose opportunities that would help their fellow men or they would speak negatively about others in gatherings that could have been beneficial to them.

Just recently, popular Nigerian reggae-dancehall singer, Patoranking, took to social media via his Twitter page to address people who can be described as enemies of progress.

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Singer Patoranking sternly warns enemies of a black man's progress

Nigerian singer, Patoranking addresses enemies of progress. Photo: @Patorankingfire / IG.
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In a recent post, the Confirm crooner sounded a stern warning to those who have been known to hinder the success of their fellow Africans.

He warned that they desist from it as soon as possible before they face punishment from God.

He wrote: “If you know you are stopping your fellow African/ Black Brother from being successful stop it now Before you get punished by God.”

See his tweet below:


Just recently, reported that the reggae-dancehall singer awarded full scholarships to 10 students across Africa.

In a post shared on Instagram, Patoranking revealed that some exceptional young people across Africa were selected after reviewing hundreds of applications.

The lucky students were selected from across Africa including Ghana, Rwanda, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, etc.

The singer wrote: “After reviewing hundreds of applications from exceptional young people across Africa, we’re excited to announce that the inaugural Patoranking Scholars have been selected!

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The Patoranking Scholars will be rewarded with 100% paid tuition and a once in a lifetime opportunity of being part of the next generation of extraordinary African leaders and entrepreneurs at ALU....The Time is Now. God Bless You All.”

This is not the first of the singer's effort to get people educated. had also earlier reported on how Patoranking revealed that he was sponsoring 150 kids from his hometown to university level.

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