Burna Boy in the House

Grammy-winning singer Burna Boy got a backstage tour of the United Nations from its highest-ranking woman and fellow Nigerian, Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed. They discussed their shared commitment to reaching young people with a message about the importance of education in raising leaders of tomorrow.  

"Education is what determines what the children of the future, which are the leaders of tomorrow, are going to be like," says Burna Boy. "And it's our job today to shape that reasoning, you understand, and put them on the right path where history doesn't keep repeating itself."

 

 

Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu "Burna Boy", Nigerian singer and rapper, visits the UN Headquarters
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