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Oga na you give me visa: Isreal DMW goes down on knees and bow to thank Davido

Davido logistic manager, Isreal Afeare better known as Isreal DMW has been captured heartily appreciating Davido for making it possible for him to travel to London.

Isreal DMW arrived in the UK ahead of Davido to attend the second leg of the musician’s performance in the country on April 5, 2023.

In the video, the personal logistic manager was captured creating a scene on the streets of London as he got on his knees, rang his bell, and appreciated the singer.

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He also bowed down to appreciate Davido for all that he has done in his life and also mentioned that he was expecting him in London.

“Oga I don reach London, na you give me visa. Oga I dey wait for you make you come o,” Isreal said.

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Davido opens up for the first time about Ifeanyi’s death

Meanwhile, for the first time since the death of Ifeanyi, Davido’s son, the popular singer finally talked about how he coped with the tragic loss.

The 30-year-old musician, who just released his album, praised friends, family, and fans for his successful comeback following the death of his 3-year-old son, Ifeanyi.

In an interview with CNN, Davido shared that he didn’t check his phone for weeks after the death of his son, but when he decided to, he saw messages from different people around the globe who urged him to be strong and supported him.

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