Nigerians have applauded legendary singer Eedris Abdulkareem over his courage to call out the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, via the remixed of his song titled Jaga Jaga Oti get e.
The singer, who throws a jab at the Minister, referred to him as the Senior Advocate of Nonsense and urged electorates in Delta State to beware of Keyamo ahead of the 2023 General elections.
He urged Deltans to shine their eyes to avoid falling for the deceit of Keyamo, who, according to Eedris, has the ambition to contest the governorship elections in Delta State.
Abdulkareem had earlier accused the Minister of joining the cabal in the ruling administration of the All Progressives Congress, APC.
According to the singer, many Nigerians who supported Muhammadu Buhari in the 2015 elections regret doing so, noting that the Buhari-led administration is full of Propaganda.
Abdulkareem further stated that the Nigerian government, under the watch of President Buhari, is protecting the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami and covering terrorists terrorising the country.
@Odunuga_4real “This Eedris New track no be here, the song they to tori my Head. Senior advocate of nonsense indeed.”
@pengmanmodel “Eedris Abdulkareem really called Festus Keyamo Senior Advocate of Nonsense in his new song?, I can’t even lie; the song sounds good. Eedris is really having a lot of fun with this.”
@King_Afam “Honestly, Eedris Abdulkareem is the only 9ja artist, apart from Fela Kuti, that is specific and direct in his songs. Jaga-Jaga-Reloaded just warms up the guy, then Keyamo release receipts, Baba go chop plenty liver, con bounces back!! Ah, Senior Advocate of Nonsense.
EveryEvery.ng earlier reported that the Minister had accused the singer of approaching him to be a part of the President Buhari team, adding that Eedris also asked him for financial assistance.
According to Keyamo, when he was named the Director of Strategic Communications for Buhari Campaign Organisation in 2018, Eedris waxed a song supporting Buhari and wanted to join the Buhari team.
The Minister added that the singer made desperate efforts to see him through text messages from his phone, noting that he told Eedris that there was no budget for such when he finally met with the singer and listened to the song (read more here).