Shun cybercrime, invest more in your talents —Natorking urges youths

By Philip Ado & Bankole Asaye

A fast rising artist in Nigeria, Francis Fortune, has urged youths across the length and breadth of the Country to eschew cybercrime, lure of lucre, restivenes and other societal decadence.

Fortune, who made the disclosure in an exclusive interview with our correspondent said backlash from indecent behaviors may be irresistible, hence he called for a saner society.

Delving into his musical career, fortune said he was confronted by challenges which were surmounted by dint of hardwork and perseverance.

Narrating his ordeal, he stated that he was once mortified by hired security men  popularly known as bouncer during a show years back.

He added, "I was not deterred by the obvious embarrassment by bouncers, but it was a source of motivation to improve myself" 

"I remembered that I was  once a footballer but on  getting admission into the University, I got the inspiration of music"

"I have dropped couple of songs online about 6 or 7 genres; Afro dance hall, Afro music, makosa. People marvelle whenever i tell them i studied civil engineering in Anambra State University while i from Delta State" 

"Many failed to realize that challenges makes, build people. We need to cultivate the habit of hard work"

"I want the youths utilize their talents, cybercrime is not a business people should venture into. When things became difficult, i quickly discovered my talent and i consolidated on it," he concluded.