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Nigeria Jagajaga exponent, Eedris Abdulkareem, hits Buhari hard

By News Express on 02/11/2018

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•Eedris Abdulkareem
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Foremost Nigerian rapper and former member of the defunct Remedis music group, Eedris Abdulkareem has described President Muhammadu Buhari as the most successful fraudster in the history of Nigeria.

The Nigerian Pop Star who had a running battle with former President Olusegun Obasanjo when he released a song titled, “Nigeria Jagajaja, Everything Scatter Scatter” said in a recent post on his Instagram page, “Buhari is by far the most successful fraudster in the history of Nigeria.  First he was fraudulently enlisted into the Nigerian Army.  He fraudulently gained promotion that he wasn’t qualified for while in the army.  He truncated our democracy and rendered Nigerians poor and helpless.  He turned the Petroleum Trust Fund (PTF) to Petroleum Trust Fraud to help Abacha loot his way to the grave.” We are still awaiting a rejoinder from Aso Rock on this.

Stay tuned to Maggie’s Blog for update.  

Source News Express

Posted 02/11/2018





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