The wife of the president, Aisha Buhari have finally reacted on the outcry of Nigerians. She begged the government to listen to the plight of the people in a Twitter post on her verified account. See post below.
— Aisha M. Buhari (@aishambuhari) October 17, 2020
Listen to the song. And the meaning in the video above. The song is saying the government should listen to the plight of the people.
A chechi Jamma means listen to the people..Obviously she is saying those in the picture should listen to the people and act
The song loosely translates as “Please look at our condition. We need your help. The North is crying. There is insincerity. Our blood is being spilled. Our property is being destroyed. Intervene in our situation, baba.”
Thousands of Nigerians, mostly youths, have been protesting across major cities in the country demanding an end to police brutality and killings.
Some northern elements have also begun a protest calling on an end to banditry and insecurity across Nigeria.
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