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Asalfo: “What Artists Earn Per Year Is What Footballers Get Every Month”

The group Magic System proceeded, Saturday, April 07, the inauguration of a maternity in an Ivorian village located at the Malian border.

The inauguration ceremony took place in the department of Mbengué, Traoré salif known under the pseudonym Asalfo has restored the smile to the people of Loulo through the construction of this maternity.

Indeed, the populations of the locality are in the grip of enormous difficulties and the arrival of this maternity comes to take a thorn at the foot.

During the inauguration ceremony of the health infrastructure offered by the Magic System Foundation, Asalfo called on Ivorian footballers to contribute to the development of their country.

For him, this contribution involves the construction of socio-economic infrastructures, the basis of development for the benefit of the poor.

“Tell international footballers to take a bit off their match bonuses. They can also build hospitals, schools, “he said.


He has also indexed some of them in this case Abdoulaye Traore and Zoro Marc, two former internationals wanting to be spokespersons for the youngest.

A’salfo broke loose by saying, “What we as artists win every year is what they earn each month from footballers.”

The Magic System group is currently working on the eleventh edition of the Urban Music Festival of Anoumanbo (FEMUA).

The leader of the Magic System group explained the innovations incorporated into the FEMUA 11 program.

These innovations include the SACEM workshops (platform for reflection and exchange on copyright and the career of artists) that will put ” live ” in the spotlight for novice artists. Also, a tournament called the ECOWAS tournament will be introduced in this festival.

This year especially, the festival will take place at the National Institute of Youth and Sports


Written by How Africa

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