Popular Feminist, Theriyeh Koroma has endorsed the Vida Oneness Fund raising Concert. The activist recalled that she grew up to a music era where Vida was a talk-of- the- town act and a rebirthed model diversifying the R & B culture in Sierra Leone.

She pointed out that the early 2000’s downwards, she saw her positioning into a brand which endeared folks to her nonconformist flare in the industry.

She further revealed that Vida’s signature “vida skirt”- a mini skirt with long side edges which she had on in her many music video clips- gained a trendful admiration of many ladies who adapted the fashion sense to clubs and top social events. She confirms that ” I remember having one “Vida Skirt” myself whenever I wanted to catch the groove of the moment.”

She  believes brought life into the industry with her youthful exuberance and love for the game.
Today, her memory of this super star ushered in flashbacks of the wealth of talent Vida has infused in all the hit songs she has made us dance to and mime.

She persuasively stated that we  will agree with her that all of Vida’s tracks have hit at some point- from her “Borbor nor play me wayo” to her “Us tem you go marraid?” alongside Akrman.

She asserted that People like Vida made them to believe that there is future in the Sierra Leone music industry with her quality and well-placed lyrics, mixed into assorted tastes for our liking.

She concluded by expressing her pains to know about the current ailment troubling her.
She throws her weight behind this drive to generate adequate funds for her ultimate cure and she implore you to as well.

She encouraged all Sierra Leoneans  to be at the Pray Day event in her honour as she looks forward to be there too.