Clem Agba, minister of state for budget and national planning, has been named a grand patron for the reggae movement.


Agba took to his official Twitter handle to share photos from his investiture over the weekend.

The event, it is understood, was held on Saturday at the 2022 Naija Reggae Revival, in Benin city, Edo state.

“As a lifelong lover of reggae music, I am humbled and honoured with my investiture as the Grand Patron of the Universal Reggae Fans Movement (URFAM),” the minister wrote.


“I also took the opportunity to reaffirm the need to rediscover who we really are as Africans for us to take our pride of place in humanity.”

Naija Reggae Revival is a one-day event predicated on the remembrance of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, the late reggae icons, among others.

See the photos below:


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