Superstar singer Flavour makes hit video on Nigeria’s fuel subsidy removal agony


Superstar singer Flavour makes hit video on Nigeria's fuel subsidy removal agony

Superstar singer Flavour makes hit video on Nigeria’s fuel subsidy removal agony

Special to,  the USAfrica-powered e-groups of  Nigeria360,  UNNalumniIgboEvents and CLASSmagazine Houston

USAfrica: One of Nigeria’s top Afro-pop superstars, Flavour, has produced a brand new video on the crises following the decision of the government of President Goodluck Jonathan to remove the fuel subsidy.

The song which is titled Ebezina(an Igbo word for please don’t cry any more…) is commentary on the pain and hardship suffered by the masses from that move being fought by labour unions in Nigeria and diaspora Nigerians. By Chido Nwangwu.


USAfrica news index for January 1-January 15, 2012 show that the diasporan Nigerian communities in the key cities of London, New York, Washington DC., Atlanta, Houston and Los Angeles are demonstrating against President Jonathan’s decision to withdraw the “subsidy” and sustained massive electronic and social media opposition to the decision in greater numbers.

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