We Don’t Want War: Eduano Obani Sings About Referendum

We Don't Want War - Eduano Obani Sings About Referendum
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At a time when many activists are rising up in Nigeria to protest the ills of the Government towards its citizens, a concerned Nigerian has expressed his opinion through his talent.

Popular reggae dancehall maestro, Eduano Obani has released another track titled We Don’t Want War.

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This song talks about the cons and disadvantages of Nigeria going to war once more. He quoted that going to war may cause destruction that would be very difficult to recover from.

The song said in parts, “if we fight once more, I don’t think we can survive the destruction ” if we fight once more, I don’t think we can survive the confusion ” we don’t want War”

He proposes the use of dialogue instead of violence, he sings about how dialogue is a better tool at bargaining for a referendum that would yield desired results.

Also singing about hypocrites, he opinionates about how it’s better Nigerians stop the pretence and accept the country for what it really is and that if the centre won’t hold anymore, then there is no need holding on to ‘One Nigeria’.

The only people that don’t see that we are no more a nation are the politicians who gain from the country’s dividends,  loot, and steal public funds.

The song is timely and its warning needs to be adhered to immediately.

 

WATCH THE FULL VIDEO HERE

 

AFRICA DAILY NEWS, NEW YORK

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