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Ef i mi le joor

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"Ef i mi le joor" is a street vernacular slogan in the western part of Nigeria (West Africa), which shuns the ruling class in authority to allow ghetto youths survive the ways they can and permit  free ways of expressing their grievances without using the media as a social propaganda against them. It's a one-on-one challenge on politicians whose best agenda is to cater for their self centered ambitions. it is a spoken word rap single in a street local vernacular and passion that the common people use amongst themselves to relate to each other. Flames is my stage name, while my real name is Uche Uwadinachi.

 

You can also visit my blog for more poetry lines, articles, songs and expressions.

http://priestofpoetry.blogspot.com/

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