Due to the ongoing crises in the country, Nigeria's highlife king, Flavour released this comforting song to sooth the pains of Nigerians. In the past few days a large number of artists have joined the protest against the removal of fuel subsidy. The early protesters included Jesse Jagz, Seun Kuti and Banky W, who all came out to voice out their plights. Others who joined later included Olu maintain, Eedris Abdulkarem, Tiwa Savage, Omawunmi, Waje, Pasuma, Zeez, Femi Kuti, Eldee amongst others. It has also been rumored that they are using these as an opportunity to do PR. Whatever the case may be, a strong voice is always needed to hear a cry.
[color=orange]Femi Kuti had this to say: [/color]"When my father started this struggle, I was 13. I will be 50 in six monthsâ time. My son is 16, we still have no electricity, no healthcare. People are poor. People are dying because of N10, 000 in this country."- [color=orange]Femi Kuti[/color]
[color=orange]Similarly Eedris poured out his heart saying:[/color] âthe man wey say i dey craze because i sing Nigeria jaga jaga where him dey now inside this hardship. Na 2002 I sing Nigeria JagaJaga, na 2012 we dey so oâ, Eedris lamented to the mammoth crowd.
The rapper who has six albums credited to his career had released âJaga jagaâ, a single which described the countryâs down-state back in 2002. Obasanjo supposedly replied him derogatorily.
Eedris disclosed that he was also approached to campaign for the current president but he said ânoâ. âThey called me too but I turned them down, Dâbanj canât be here because he knows he has disappointed the peopleâ, Eedris said.
[color=orange]Enjoy Flavourâs Video as well as other musicians who saw necessary to voice out.[/color]
[color=orange]Enjoy Flavourâs Ebezina (Subsidy)[/color]
[color=orange]Enjoy Eedris Nigeria My Country (JAGA JAGA PT.2 )[/color]
[color=orange]Enjoy Tha Suspect Subsidy Video[/color]
[color=orange]Short Film By Tha Suspect[/color]