Jamb Registrar Speaks On Mass Failure JAMB Registrar, Is-haq Oloyede has said that the coronavirus pandemic should be blamed for the poor performance of candidates in the just-concluded Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination. Recall that there have been a public outcry following the massive failure recorded after the UTME results were released.
Ever since the reports on the invasion and attacked of a popular Nigerian activist, agitators and freedom fighter popularly known as Sunday Igboho trends on social media, millions of Nigerians including a prominent Nigerian musician known as Eedris Abdulkareem has blasts the Federal government concerning the attempt. However, Eedris Abdulkareem who happens to be a controversial Nigerian has voice out his thought in blasting the Nigerian government, President Buhari over the invasion of Sunday Igboho residence which occurs on Thursday.
According to Sahara Reporters, Eedris Abdulkareem, a Nigerian artiste, has described President Buhari as being biased in the way way he is handling insecurity in the country. He also stated that Northerners are angrier about IPOB/ESN activities in the South-East than the Atrocities of Boko Haram going on in the north.
A Nigeria controversial artiste, Eedris Abdulkareem, has portrayed the President's handling of the insecurity in Nigeria as one-sided. As reported by Sahara Reporters, Abdulkareem condemned how President Mohammadu Buhari tackles Nigeria's insecurity. He explained that Northern people are more upset about IPOB/ESN operations in the southeast region than the evils of Boko Haram going on in the Northern region.
Today's Headlines:I Won't Retire From Politics- Shekarau, Obasanjo Part Of Nigeria’s problem –Eedris
I Won't Retire From Politics- Shekarau Photo Credit: Daily Post Senator Ibrahim Shekarau has disclosed that he will not retire from politics until he dies. Addressing reporters after inaugurating the Shura Consultative Assembly in Kano, Shekarau stated, “I have no time to retire from politics until death.”
Nigerian veteran hip-hop artists, songwriter, and activist, Eedris Abdulkareem who is known for his activism and controversial take on political issues, shares his sincere opinion on the young female who seemingly builds imaginary castles with a fairytale ending with Nigerian musician, whilst also advising parents on what to discuss to insure their children against dubious musicians who take advantage of them and dump them.
Today's Headlines: Obasanjo Part Of Nigeria’s Problem – Eedris, 7 Killed As Gunmen Attack 4 Kaduna LGAs
Obasanjo Part Of Nigeria’s Problem – Eedris Abdulkareem Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has been accused by Nigerian music legend, Eedris Abdulkareem, of being part of the problem of Nigeria. The rapper in an interview with Daily Post noted that the former president had in prison promised to transform Nigeria but failed to keep to his promise when he became President.
Eedris Abdulkareem gave Timaya the orientation to do well in the music industry.Timaya was struggling to start his music career with reggae.Eedris told him to leave reggae and sing about his place of origin.Following the advice, Timaya composed "Dem Mama", "Bayelsa Otu" and many more.
It has been gathered from a reliable source precisely from DAILY POST that famous, controversial rapper and Nigerian musician, Eedris Abdulkareem has taken a swipe at former President of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo. Eedris Abdulkareem in his statement said that the retired General was part of Nigeria's problem.
5 Things Eedris Abdulkareem Said In Interview Where He Tagged Obasanjo As Part Of Nigeria's Problems
Musicians are one set of people who are usually privileged to have their voices heard in times of national crises; they lend their voices to support causes which they believe they resonate with. One of such persons who doesn't shy away from speaking up when the opportunity presents itself is Eedris Abdulkareem as he is well-known for his criticisms towards different administrations.
In an interview with Daily News, the controversial rapper Eedris Abdulkareem claimed that Obasanjo pledged to improve Nigeria while in prison but failed to do so once he became President. Recall that the rapper has long been on edge with the former President following the publication of his song "naija jagajaga," a tune for which he vowed to produce a new version shortly.
Eedris Replies Keyamo Veteran Nigerian singer, Eedris Abdulkareem, has taken to his verified Instagram account to reply to the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo (SAN), who stated that the singer’s new song, Jaga Jaga reloaded, is a poor attempt at blackmail.
The last has not been heard of the social media feud which has raged on between veteran musician, Eedris Abdulkareem and the minister of state for Labour, Festus Keyamo SAN.Recall the two have been at loggerheads since last month when Eedris produced a remix of his famous "Jagajaga" sound which was first released during the administration of Olusegun Obasanjo.
Nigerian Human Rights Activist and pro-democracy campaigner, Omoyele Sowere got shot by a female police officer in a protest in Abuja. This was reported by Sahara Reporters and other news agencies. And after some hours, a photo of the female officer, Altine who shot him surfaced online.
Misunderstandings, Quarrels and fights are natural and sometimes inevitable amongst friends, Sometimes it lingers and causes a soured friendship but sometimes leads the end too.This has been the case of rapper Eedris and his one time friend turned Enemies Mr Festus Keyamo who reportedly has been at loggerheads for some months now and it has created a rift between them.
That Eedris Abdulkareem waxed a song wherein he mentioned the name of Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, is no longer news.Mr Festus Keyamo has since responded via his Twitter handle on Saturday.In the response, he shared details of a private conversation he had with the musician during the run up to 2019 presidential election.
On Sunday, the minister of state for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo took to his verified Twitter account to accuse Nigerian popular rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem of resorting to blackmail with his new song, " Jaga Jaga Reloaded" after failing to get money to support president Muhammadu Buhari.
The Festus Keyamo and Eedris Abdulkareem saga is not about to die down anytime soon as the matter is still trending on top pages across the country, the whole issue started when the music artist released a new version of his evergreen single Nigeria Jaga Jaga, in the song, he called out the minister, he said the minister now eats with the cabal, hence he does not care with happenings around the nation, expressing his displeasure, Mr. Festus said that he was surprised, to say the least, he said whenever he hears lyrics of the song, he just laughs and dances over it, but he sees it as blackmail of some sort, he uploaded photos of messages of the artist who was begging to do a song for President Buhari who was planning to campaign in 2015, he said the artist's request was turned down, hence he is taking his revenge now by calling him out The matter has generated lots of mixed reactions on Twitter and a user named Festus Ogun have called out the minister, according to the man's bio on Twitter, he is a practicing lawyer, his tweet reads "Eedris Abdulkareem was a young man who did not know what he was doing then, this is 2021, he has grown up and matured, those receipts no longer represent his views, can you now address the societal issues he raised in his new song?"
Veteran rapper and singer, Eedris Turayo Abdulkareem Ajenifuja has released a new song titled "Jagajaga oti get e".Festus Keyamo was addressed as "Senior Advocates of Nonsense" in the new song.The song which was Eedris Abdulkareem's response to Festus Keyamo, following Keyamo's public exposure of private communication between the two former friends.
Musically, Eedris AbdullKareem is done.It’s not that he does not have the mouth to sing again or the brain to weave lyrics but the Nigerian music scene is one that is unforgiving of those who are not at the centre of actively satisfying fans with good music.