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Daddy Showkey Regrets Campaigning For Jonathan

Daddy Showkey said on Thursday at the protest over the fuel subsidy removal in Ojota that he was ashamed to have participated in campaigning for President Goodluck Jonathan.

Daddy Showkey Stated, “I am ashamed that I canvassed votes for him with my songs. That’s why for three days now I have been at home watching the protest and what people are saying. It is four days now and and President is not listening. The people are angry. Why do you do this to your people because of some people you call your advisers when you are supposed to sack them all.”

A gospel artiste,  envagelist Timi Osukoya, through his songs played at the rally urged the  President to remember that he got into office through the votes, sweat and blood of the masses. “You are  an ingrate,  Mr. President, and this is dangerous,” he stated.

An upcoming hip-hop artiste simply identified as Q-dot also condemned the decision in a song titled “Subsidy”, which was composed on Wednesday. He sang,” Fashola is working, Jonathan is looking, Boko Haram is  bombing.

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