“I Can’t Imagine Being An Igbo Citizen And Seeing Those Tweets” – Rapper, MI Reacts To Buhari’s Tweets(VIDEO)

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Jude Abaga, better known as M.I Abaga was born on 4th October, 1981, His role in the music industry cannot be overstated. He has been responsible for bringing out many upcoming artistes such as Phyno, Wizkid, Vypa, Jesse Jagz, Ruby, Pype, Tone Ice Prince, Brymo and the latest is KhaliGraph Jones.

Following the warning tweet issued by Buhari to the many young people misbehaving in the country, cautioning the youth to be aware of the destruction and the countless lives which were lost during the Nigerian civil war, adding that ‘they’ that were in the fields for over 30 months fighting one of the greatest wars perfectly understand what they are trying to put across and they will treat them in a “language they understand”.

M.I Abaga has taken to his Twitter page on Wednesday, June 2, 2021, to react to the tweets posted by the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari.

According to him, Nigerians should ignore the narrative that the Igbo people are not loved in the country, because it is an outdated context that will leave with the old and bitter generation

He Said;

“I can’t imagine being an Igbo citizen and seeing those tweets yesterday. I can’t imagine the way it would have made them feel. So I thought it would be beautiful today to tell our Igbo brothers and sisters that we love them,”

“We cannot fix the years of pain, we cannot fix that feeling of not being wanted or being loved. That is not going to be the narration of our generation.”

“We love you, you are part of us. This is for my manager Abuchi, Don Jazzy, D Prince, Chidinma, Blackbonez, Phyno, Flavour, Kelechi Amadi, so many people that have given so much to this country, we love you and we stand with you today. We are Igbo too. Bless.”




@beadysworldontv:-Much love dear appreciates your gesture, but the pretence that is well why is not well can never stop the hate on Igbos, it’s a long conceived law that must be obeyed to keep the Igbos down direct or indirectly by our fathers which few youngs are buying, so unfourtuate.

@Jidejay_:-Have lived in the East with most hospitable family in the world…!
Any terrorist with plans to turns the SE region to Sambisa forest should be dealt with “the language they understand”
Today let us stand with our Igbo family and say #IAmIgboToo #Ozoemena Heart suitFlag of Nigeria

@WazzaManOG:-All I have to say today in my tweet is that “this country don really tire me”. E easy for una wey get money sha.

@Diayne2:-God bless you. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

@IkennaOkeh:-Let’s hope this is but one step. As Africans we’re given to sentiments but we must learn today that social injustice, just like social justice, is systemic.We should bear in mind that we have to bring down those policies that keep us down as Igbo people.

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