Listen to this music video by Bright Chimezie as you enjoy your weekend.
M-Josh’s song Aburi Accord is a political Afro-beat song like Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s songs.
Background To Aburi Accord
The Aburi Accord was an agreement to restructure Nigeria reached between the Nigerian Administration led by Gowon and the later Biafran Administration led by Ojukwu under the good offices of the Government of Ghana. It was after the coups of 1966 and the pogrom.
But the accord was never implemented, leading to the Nigeria-Biafra war.
We watched Flavour’s new music video Umu Igbo, and knew we should share it with you. In the music video begins with an announcement that Igbos are present ‘in most parts of the world’ he packs so much in a few minutes.
He finds time to praise Nnamdi Kanu, Praise Ojukwu, celebrate the physically challenged, celebrate Chimamanda, Genevieve, Innoson…
One part that disturbed me in the colourful music video was a scene where a group of children were running and one fell down… Hope the kid is okay.
Watch Umu Igbo music video here.
And don’t forget that you can now start your own forum and post your own topics on Igbodefender.com forums
I don’t know about you, but I think Omotola’s new music video get busy is very inspiring. It is a call for all Nigerians to get busy if they want to achieve their dreams.
She and Harry Song seem to be telling Nigerians (Government and Citizens together) that: if you want to succeed, you’ve got to start doing something about your dreams.
For instance (I said for instance o) if Nigeria wants to take someone over to the moon 🌒 in the next 10 years, then it needs to get busy by doing something about that everyday.
Anyway, enough talk: see the music video here.