Eedris Abdulkareem Set To Release ‘Nigeria Jaga Jaga’ Part 2

Eedris Abdulkareem


LAGOS DECEMBER 24TH (NEWSRANGERS)-When Nigeria Jaga Jaga dropped years ago, Nigeria as a country was under the throes of economic, social and security decadence, and the song which went ahead to become a national anthem of sorts succeeded in galvanizing the generality of the masses to stand up for their rights, as well as fight for the survival of our common patrimony.
15 years down the line, the nation has unfortunately been thrown to the dogs, occasioned by bad leadership and the nonchalant attitude of elected officials and appointees of both the federal and state governments to the plight of the common man.
The situation is made worse by the current clanishness, nepotistic and inefficiency of the present administration; the incessant killings by Boko Haram insurgents, Herdsmen/farmers brouhaha that has led to so many avoidable deaths and destruction of properties and means of livelihood.
There are crisis everywhere and the government at the centre seem to be confused and unable to stem the ugly tide unrest and uneasiness bedevilling the society.
It’s on this score and due to an ever increasing demand from the Nigerian masses that the Olympic Torchbearer and Nigeria’s own hip hop Czar, Eedris Abdulkareem has decided to get back into his creative musical kitchen to cook up this wonderful and Unputtdownable sequel to the hugely popular and thought provoking Jaga Jaga series with the aim of putting things aright and putting Nigeria first, yet again.

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