Kingg Oogbodo out with Jesu O Se’ka, preaches against drug abuse



A songwriter, actor, and Chief Executive Officer of Blood Entertainment Kingg Oogbodo, has joined the league of those preaching against drug abuse using his song.

Oogbodo in a new album titled, Jesu O Se’ka, tackles the issue of drug abuse in Nigeria and indeed globally calling on people to stay away from drugs

The unique gospel song which was borne out of his passion to make those who take drugs have a rethink has since been generating a lot of comments and reviews from music enthusiasts.

Oogbodo avers that it is not in the character of Christ-followers to take drugs. Beyond following Christ, he believes anybody who wants to have a sane future and who truly loves life will not take drug

“Jesus is the greatest person to walk here on earth. His life should be what we should emulate. He is the greatest role model ever. He didn’t do drugs or commit crimes. So anybody who truly loves his life will not do drugs and engage in crime. Jesus is the mirror that we look”

Jesu O Se’ka is a special anti-drug abuse anti-vice song written by Kingg Oogbodo at a time  Nigeria is inundated with news of substance abuse by its citizens

It’s a classic song set to influence the music world for good. Though it advocates against vices, it does so in a very pleasant way that’ll make it appeal to all and sundry.

Backup vocals was rendered by Shocker and Don Leo and principal production by Shocker. The final production of the song was done by Oogbodo and Don Leo.

Watch a short video of Jesu O Se’ka:


Listen to the full song:

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