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Watch Burna Boy’s new documentary ‘Whiskey’ about poverty and pollution in his hometown

It details the issues the people in his hometown, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, face daily.

Photo: Instagram
Photo: Instagram

Two days ago, one of Nigeria’s top billers Burna Boy, launched his documentary called ‘The Black River: Whiskey Documentary’. The documentary is sixteen minutes long, and all proceeds will go to the aid of the locals to bring essentials like food, clean water, medication, and more. According to an article published in Nigeria’s Vanguard, the film focuses on “how oil extraction has caused the Niger Delta’s ecosystem to deteriorate, most recently with the soot issue that the area is currently experiencing.”


Check out ‘The Black River: Whiskey Documentary’ below, and if you’re moved by what you see, get involved and become part of the solution.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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