These days, Dbanj seems to be making more hits in the business terrain than in music. The Don’t Tell Me Nonsense singer, in January this year, helped launch theDo Agric Petition at the African Union Summit.
The Do Agric is an initiative that engages leaders to invest more in agriculture. Dbanj was the first artiste to publicly sign the petition. He collaborated with other African signed the track, Cocoa Na Chocolate, geared towards changing the face of agriculture among African youths.
After over two million Africans have signed the petition, Dbanj recently met with Bono of U2 and presented him the petition based on his contribution and motivation of Africans towards leading the change in Africa.
Dbanj also met Bill Gates recently to discuss his new found love – Agriculture. He posted the picture with the caption: “Inspiration -New song *BILL GATES KNOWS MY NAME* #DoesHeKnowYou?”