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Nigerians drag Wizkid for promoting MIL series despite calling Reekado Banks “animal “

Afrobeat singer Wizkid, is currently getting dragged online for promoting his MIL docuseries following the June 12 protest. Nigerians across the country protested for a better Nigeria today, June 12th designated for Democracy Day celebration. However, Wizkid took to Twitter to announce the release of his MIL docuseries today despite the trending #June12protest hashtag across Nigerian Twitter. Sharing snippet of the documentary, he tweeted; “#ASuperstarMadeInLagos docuseries now out! Shout out @youtube,” His tweet received series of backlash from social media users who called him a hypocrite for promoting his documentary.…

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Twitter Is Not Our Problem – Tiwa Savage Lectures Buhari And Nigerians After Social Media Platform Ban

Tiwa Savage, a Nigerian singer, and Afrobeat queen, has contributed her voice to the debate over Twitter’s ban in Nigeria. The suspension of Twitter has sparked outrage among Nigerians with most of them slamming the leadership for making a needless move after Buhari’s speech was deleted by Twitter. </p> <p><img class=”aligncenter” src=”https://i1.wp.com/koko.ng/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Buhari-and-Jack-Dorsey-KOKO-TV-Nigeria.png?resize=696,327&amp;ssl=1″ alt=”Buhari and Jack Dorsey” data-eio=”l”/></p> <p> However, Tiwa Savage’s view, the mother of one pointed to the fact that there are more pressing issues bedeviling the nation such as the killings in Imo State where young girls are…

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Femi Kuti Reacts As His Father, Fela, Misses Out As An Inductee Of The 2021 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Despite Coming Second In The Fan Vote Category

Femi Kuti and his dad, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti Femi Kuti, the first son of late Afrobeat legend,  Fela Kuti, has reacted after his dad missed out as an inductee of the 2021 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame despite coming second in the fan vote category with over 500,000 votes. Back in February, the Nigerian icon was announced as one of the nominees alongside other veteran stars such as Mary J. Blige, Kate Bush, Devo, Foo Fighters, The Go-Go’s, Iron Maiden, Jay-Z, Chaka Khan, Carole King, LL Cool J, New York…

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Reopening of schools in Nigeria is wickedness – Seun Kuti

Afrobeat singer Singer Seun Kuti has reacted to the reopening of schools by the Nigerian government. In an Instagram post he shared on his timeline, the singer described the action of the government as wickedness, adding that politicians who recommended the reopening of schools do not have their children attending the said schools. He mentioned that the only reason students have been forced to return to school is because no one is willing to invest in virtual classrooms. Kuti opined that the Nigerian ruling elites simply hate the struggling citizens.…

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