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Obasanjo blasts Eedris Abdulkarem “How could a reasonable man call Nigeria jagajaga?

Obasanjo blasts Eedris Abdulkarem “How could a reasonable man call Nigeria jagajaga? 1 Obasanjo blasts Eedris Abdulkarem “How could a reasonable man call Nigeria jagajaga? 2

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The former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s has not forgotten  Eidris
Abdulkarem’s hit track titled “Nigeria jaga jaga”, which made airwaves
in 2004. He expressed his anger at the Nigerian rapper because, Eedris
Abdulkarem doesn’t believe in future of the country.The former president of Nigeria while speaking at a forum organized by Nigeria Leadership Initiative (NLI)in Lagos on Tuesday. According to the former Head of State,

 “One of the worst problems Nigeria is facing is disbelief. Nigerians no
longer believe in themselves neither do they believe in their country.
That takes me back to that song ‘jaga jaga’. How could a sane man dare
to call his country jajajaja? It is the height of blasphemy. We are
grooming our youths for tomorrow’s leadership and with such persons I
don’t think the country can move forward.

Do you agree with the former president of Nigeria? or do you think the
country is even worse than jaga jaga now? Please share your thoughts.

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