Top Imo State based producer Aizaba ‘da Geniuz who is currently working in Lagos has played down rumour in Owerri that he has relocated to Lagos state, the Centre of Excellence.
Aizbag who in an interview last year said he might leave Owerri if certain conditions call on him, said that he still has love for the music industry in Lagos because of how it is being run.
“I’m just a vessel in this game and God can do anything He wants with me. If He says stay in this town, who am I to say no to Him. However, if He says leave, just like Abraham, I’ll start the journey to where ever He’ll prepare for me as the promise land.
I’ve been in this town for 8 years as a producer, I don’t think any place will seem greener for me to go” he said in the interview last year.
Read the interview here
“Lagos is where artistes and producers are treated very well, just like they are supposed to be treated” He said, while speaking to www.otowngist.com a statement that is gradually moving from that of Last year.
The rumour is coming up when several calls have been made on the Owelle Rochas Okorocha led Imo Rescue Mission to rescue the entertainment industry in the state.
Recently an open letter was sent out online to the governor whom so far has done nothing on issues like appointing a Special Assistant on Entertainment as well facilitating programmes that will improve the entertainers in the state.
Read the letter here
Aizbag who has a hand in most of the top songs in the state and beyond went on to say that Lagos is calling on him but even at that, he would be spending just few weeks in the formal capital of the nation before returning to his Aizbag X-Zone Studios in Owerri.
“I’m just in Lagos to do few jobs and will be back in Owerri soon” he added
Losing our bests to other state will never help the state, which means the call to save the state’s entertainment industry is not only on the government but on everyone.