In order to create job opportunities for teeming unemployed graduates and also helped in the process of diversification, Federal Government has been charged to invest more in the entertainment industry.

A Music promoter, Mr. Aderinola Aladeselu, gave the advice on Monday at an album launch titled ” Praise Unlimited ” by Akinkunmi Jiboku in Abeokuta.

Aladeselu explained that if government could open the entertainment industry by investing in it, many youths would venture into it and also discovered their hidden talents.

The Music promoter urged the government to take a clue from other foreign countries which the entertainment sector was part of the key actors moving their economy.

His words: ” We have so many unemployed graduates out there looking for jobs so if government invest more in the entertainment industry, it will open up the industry and as well provide jobs for them.

“It will also help in the diversification of the economy because money will be coming in through the entertainment industry too.

“Many hidden talents will be discovered also. We need to do more in promoting the industry, government as major actor must do this, ” he said.

Speaking on his album, Jiboku said he dedicated the album to praise God after he received a spiritual message to stop praising man.

The Gospel singer who also doubles as the Oluomo of Oke-Ona -Egba said since he started praising God his life and music carrier had changed totally for good.

Jiboku, a Masters degree holder in Human Resources and international Relations from Lagos state University, described the relationship between him and the Osile of Oke Ona, Oba Adedapo Tejuoso as father and son relationship.

He disclosed that the monarch sponsored his education and had been his pillar of support.

His words: “After God in my life, I give the highest honour to Oba Adedapo Tejuoso who has romanced my life with unmerited favour.

Initially, it was difficult for me to tell him about God’s revelation that I should not eulogise man again but God.

” I have always been praising the Oba in most of my music but to my surprise, he accepted the message wholeheartedly and told me to go ahead”

The Abeokuta born singer said he knew that many gospel singers were still praising God divinely but some had already deviated to a money making ventures