Famous gospel music duo, Anthonio Akpos Dixon and Andre Andos Dixon, otherwise called "Mamuzee Twins" popularly known for their artistic display of African attires in their music videos have distributed foods and drinks to officials of both the security and health industry, as they mark their birthday in Abuja.

The Ghana-born singing duo distributed the relief supports yesterday, as they shared stunning photos of themselves on social media with fans, friends, family and well wishers. Mamuzee Twins made the humanitarian gestures to health workers and security officials in Abuja to encourage them in roles they had played to manage the huge challenges which the nation is faced with today.

The security and health officials who benefited from the benevolence of the gospel-singing Artists had also appreciated the supportive gestures which they had shown and exhibited. They received the food stuffs and drinks and also prayed for more grace upon their age, as others wished them more successes and increase in their career.

They duo appreciated friends, fans, family member and others who made out time to send in goodwill messages, prayers, presents, as well as other exceptional gestures. They also thanked God for the grace of life and the countless successes they had achieved in recent times. 

The Mamuzee Twins have remained quite exceptional and creatively outstanding in their music career over the years. Since the release of their debut singles in 1999, titled "Abi U nor Know say Jehovah na God" and "Bobo", which got them into limelight after it earned them The Black Pearl Award in South Africa, as best new act and most entertaining artistes in Africa, the duo has continue to record more significant successes.

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