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News - February 3, 2017

Wadada clears the air on Tuface mass protest

King Wadada

Kora award winner and self acclaimed spiritual singer, King Wadada has said the Tuface Idibia planned mass protest is not about Tuface but enforcing good governance in the land.

Nigerian international act, Innocent ‘Tuface’ Idibia aka Tu-baba had called for a mass protest to hold February 5.

While the planned protest is receiving endorsement by a growing number of Nigerians, there are indications that the Nigeria Police may ban the protest.

Fatia Owoseni, commissioner of police in Lagos had said that some miscreants were planning to take advantage of the protest.

However, King Wadada said in MiTV AM show on Friday that the protest is not apolitical, but a call for good governance.

The 2010 Kora award winner said that the present government “has failed Nigerians and the people cannot continue to watch and look.”

“The protest is about peace. It is about a call for good governance to the legislators and people at the helms of affairs that they have failed us and we need a change in the land,” Wadada said.

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