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Again, Eedris Abdulkareem tackles Obasanjo, says he’s the genesis of Nigeria’s problem
‘Na you be the problem of Nigeria’ – Eedris Abdulkareem comes hard for Obasanjo in new song ‘Letter to OBJ’
Veteran Nigerian rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem has just dropped a new song titled ‘Letter To Obasanjo’ where he called out the former president saying he’s the ‘problem of Nigeria‘.
In the song produced by Mr Lekki, Eedris accused Obasanjo of corruption and killing the people of Odi.
Obasanjo and Eedris first had their face off in 2004 when the rapper released a song titled ‘Nigeria Jaga Jaga’.
Eedris has however vowed to release Nigeria Jaga Jaga (Part 2) in the coming weeks.
When newsmen reached out to him for comments on his new song, he said, ‘Obasanjo served has a military president and also a civilian president he had the opportunity to correct the wrongs in Nigeria but he became a dictator that privatised and sold all national properties and monument that belong to Nigeria to himself and his partners in crime. He was selfish and wanted third term by all means so he killed democracy and rule if law. His administration recorded too much killings and assassinations. He’s very selfish and wanted to rule nigeria forever’.
Eedris added that, ‘Obasanjo is the king of curuption, remember operation feed the nation belonged to Nigeria but he sold it off to himself. Where is nitel and Nigerian airways? Trust me he has all the answers’.
listen to music below.