Legendary Nigerian singer Eedris Abdulkareem has revealed his next move amidst the allegations levelled against him by the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo.
While reacting to the allegations raised by keyamo, the singer accused the Minister of joining the cabal, adding that he stood by him when he was in prison.
Abdulkareem added that he fought former President Olusegun Obasanjo on behalf of all the comrades in prison by releasing Jaga Jaga.
He also denied the allegation that he recorded a song for Buhari, noting that the said song is titled ‘Obasanjo Write Buhari Letter’ and not a piece to canvass support for President Muhammadu Buhari.
The famous singer said he reached out to Keyamo for help when his mother was dying, as a brother and comrade, hoping that he could help save his mother, but failed to do so.
According to Abdulkareem, it was the wickedness of Keyamo’s heart that made him munched and kept personal details for three years, noting that such a move portrays the Minister as a Blackmailer.
He further stated that the Minister had joined the inner caucus of the cabal and held the steering wheel spiralling Nigeria into doom. Abdulkareem accused Keyamo of joining hands with the cabal to crush the revolution of the youths.
“With a vexed spirit, I went again to the studio for “Jagajaga Reloaded”, and the Blackmailer went to town. The cabal is awoken. The cabal is hit. The cabal is in pain. The cabal is failing. The cabal will fall.”
Meanwhile, the singer who recently released a remix of his song titled Jaga Jaga reloaded encouraged Nigerians to keep asking questions.
Festus Keyamo don join the cabal. He is in pains because his next ambition is to be governor of Delta State. Perhaps to localise grand looting, terrorism, murdering and raping of our citizens, kidnapping, which his cabal have romanticised and packaged as banditry and sundry other mis-governance.
However, Abdulkareem asked his fans to look out for another song titled Jagajaga ti get e.