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AML #OccupyNigeria Music Industry: eLDee Yarns, Calls Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala – “Okonji Wahala”

Africa Music Law (AML) #OccupyNigeria Music Industry seeks to chronicle the thoughts, conduct (good or bad) and activities that Nigeria’s music industry professionals engage in during these OccupyNigeria movement. Consistent with the music focus on AML, The industry cares and those who are stepping up and doing something should be recognized. Hopefully it inspires many of you, irrespective of your positions on the removal of fuel subsidy, to get in the game by making a difference in your own corner and way. Please follow me at @uduaklaw or @africamusiclaw or just tweet at me if you are industry folk so I can take a look at what you are doing or saying for potential feature.**

eLDee the Don has been quite active with #OccupyNigeria. He joined a few musicians over the weekend on Channels TV Running Minds to take on the removal of fuel subsidy. He has also been quite active on his twitter page as well as showing up at the protests in Lagos. Read sample tweets below and follow him at @eLDeethedon on Twitter.

Sample Tweets

eLDeeTheDon eLDee
Na so one minister call us the other day say make we “respect our leaders & stop with the twitter insults”. #IsThatWhyWeAreHere???
4 hours ago
eLDee


eLDeeTheDon eLDee
Ojota, Lagos! #OccupyNigeria WE ARE HERE!


eLDeeTheDon eLDee
Im not even going to start with Okonji Wahala…who’s obviously here to sell us to her western bosses #OccupyNigeria
5 hours ago

eLDeeTheDon eLDee
“It is not in the interest of Nigeria for government to remain in the business of refineries” – Minister of Petroleum #CabalTalk
5 hours ago Favorite Retweet Reply

eLDeeTheDon eLDee
These ppl r either stupid or in extreme denial…talking about “the protests are politically motivated by GEJ’s opposition”..really?
5 hours ago

eLDeeTheDon eLDee
They’ve done nothing 2 protect us, nothing 2 gain our confidence, nothing 2 ease R suffering but hav ensured their lifestyles r subsidized
12 hours ago
eLDee

eLDeeTheDon eLDee
Today’s protest…super peaceful lockerz.com/s/173161719
13 hours ago
eLDee

eLDeeTheDon eLDee
The protest today! #OccupyNigeria lockerz.com/s/173161419

eLDeeTheDon eLDee
RT @pecus10: @eLDeeTheDon dnt u guys think,if we pay d price 2day,we enjoy it 2moro?< The price we have been paying before now nko? Mscheeww 19 hours ago eLDee eLDeeTheDon eLDee RT @pecus10: @eLDeeTheDon GEJ has good plans 4 ur mother's land < Like the one he just gave us on January 1 abi? 19 hours ago eLDee eLDeeTheDon eLDee And to all of una wey no gree come out to protest....make i never talk sha..tomorrow is another day #OCCUPYNIGERIA 19 hours ago rufaiopeyemi Rufai Pizzle Opeyemi @eLDeeTheDon said if by 9am u don't see him tomao u guys shud go back home..Dat's show how serious he is ready ... m.tmi.me/kqr1Q 19 hours ago Retweeted by eLDeeTheDon eLDee eLDeeTheDon eLDee Day1 successful! #OccupyNigeria continues tomorrow! Well done guys! Our children will thank us! eLDeeTheDon eLDee At the PEACEFUL protest at Ojota. I'm loving the turnout. All of u siddon-lookers..shame on you! 9 Jan eLDee eLDeeTheDon eLDee "It is not in the interest of Nigeria for government to remain in the business of refineries" - Minister of Petroleum (Dizeani) eLDeeTheDon eLDee Meet us at Gani Fawehinmi park, Ojota, Lagos as we say no to mismanagement of our resources! #OCCUPYNIGERIA 9 Jan eLDee eLDeeTheDon eLDee "In the times of Great debate, every onlooker is either a coward or a traitor" - Frantz Fanon #OccupyNigeria begins NOW!

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