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Oriental Brothers - Uba Di Uche Iche (Part 4)

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Published on Oct 9, 2011

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Warrior usually had a compact control of his music from the first beat to the last. People described him as the one musician who occupied the central stage, touching the right issues the right way and at the right pace. He was a national figure singing for unity, peace, and progress. His 1980 album Obi Nwanne was a message of hope for his country. He appealed to state governors and the president for continuous transparency in the leadership process. Sir Warrior was continuously held in esteem as one of the few artists with an inborn instinct of the nature of the musical note. With his distinctive personality and guitar style, he attracted numerous fans all over the world. The philosophy of this man can be summarized in the following ten precepts: "Change is inevitable" "No one sees it all or has it all" "No individual is an island" "The wise chooses according to his ability" "The successful humbly grows outwardly starting from his niche" "Principled patience and humility do not mean weakness or fear" "Everyone deserves decent treatment, the benefit of the doubt, and even a second chance" "Freedom for all and the common good are the foundations of progress" "Our message is for the betterment of the world" "Every act or thought has its repercussion and reward"

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