Social Distancing Has Thrown Us Into Hunger, Djs Cry Out

The Professional Disc Jockeys Association of Nigeria (PDJAN) on Thursday claimed to be the worst-hit in the entertainment industry by restrictions occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic.

The association’s media officer, Mr Onyenegecha Isaac (Dj MarSs), told the News Agency of Nigeria (Newzandar News) in Lagos State that the social distancing precaution made them shut down activities.

According to Dj MarSs, the only means of reaching out to fans and clients is through the social media where they can’t get paid and many people are not even enlightened enough to use it.

DJ MarSs

DJs are the young vibrant major group that is feeling a direct negative impact or effect of the lockdown process. The DJs earn their living by entertaining guests in all kinds of events and also providing PA system.

Now, no form of gathering. Clubs, bars, pubs are shut down. The DJs are dying in hunger, seriously.

We are directly affected; for now there is very little we can do to engage or entertain our clients,” he said.


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