- A young Nigerian boy has lamented the country’s insecurity in an almajiri-themed song that has gone viral
- In the touching rap song, the boy said Nigeria is supposed to be a leading country but it has been experiencing a lot of challenges
- Many have commended the young boy for his amazing talent as some said they watched the video over and over again
A young Nigerian boy, Muhammed, has wowed many with his rap song in which he lamented the problems Nigeria is facing.
In the video that was shared on his Instagram page with the handle young_md1, the boy could be seen with some almajiri-looking boys as he showcased his creativity in Hausa language.
The young rapper said Nigeria is supposed to be a leading country but unfortunately the reverse is the case.
He also hammered on the insecurity in the north and urged the federal government to do something about the menace.
Many commend the young rapper
Many have taken to the comment section of the video to commend the boy after a Nigerian man, Yushau Shuaib, shared it on his Facebook page.
Abbas Badamasi said:
“Rapper of the year honestly.”
Umar Babangida commented:
“Very informative and educative.”
Olusola Fawehinmi wrote:
“inspiring, we got hope nationally if our children think like this… The adults have failed..”
Charles Monwuba said:
“Probably a Lagos Hausa boy. Hausa is a beautiful language.”
Madunagu Emeka commented:
“This is a post about an inspiring story. It should ordinarily attract so many comments and likes. Where are the trolls that usually insult people on your posts? Don’t they appreciate creativity? Anyway I say kudos.”
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Legit.ng previously reported that two little boys warmed the hearts of Nigerians on social media after a video of their freestyle was posted on Instagram.
The boys, who are from the southeastern part of Nigeria, could be seen singing and rapping to a beat.
Many young children have been displaying their talents and proving to the world that creatives abound in every nook and cranny of the country.