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Otor Matthew has some spoken word for you

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Creative Writer and architect, Matthew Otor is spontaneous poet and a performer born in Lagos Nigeria.

It’s World No Tobacco Day today. Tobacco Products Kill over 8 Million People Yearly.

A very direct and powerful Spoken Word Poetry documentary that points out the many Dangers of Tobacco consumption and it’s danger to us all.

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About the Artist

Michael states that his work is a means of self-healing and growth for himself.

His poetry is described as hard hitting and raw and he constantly writes and speaks about things such as poverty, mental health education, healing, domestic violence, staying alive and Conscious societal issues. Globally recognised for his energetic Performances and apt subject matters.

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3.3 out of 5 stars (based on 18 reviews)

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