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Jesse Jagz hates Nigerian democracy

01 September 2014, 12:33

Lagos- Rapper/ singer Jesse Jagz has said that the democracy practiced in Nigeria is a lie, and has kicked against voting in the 2015 national elections.

Jesse Jagz,  took to this  revolutionary stance on his Twitter handle, where  he compared Nigerian politiicans to armed robbers.

Also read:The second Jesse Jagz Experience is set for August 2

“That's the lie of democrazy.. if you arrange 12 armed robbers for me to vote one. I'm still voting an armed robber.” He wrote on Twitter.

The rapper and music producer, who exited from  the Chocolate  City music label under controversial circumstances called on Nigerians to vote only after  basic ameniteies have been made available.

“When we as Nigerians have clean water and light. Safety for us and our children.Then we'll vote .We can be part of a system that works.” He said on his social media page.

Also read: Jesse Jagz: I don't see anything wrong with weed

Jesse Jagz has been described as Nigeria’s Kanye West because of his experimentation with different genres of music from R&B to roots, reggae to Pop all built on a predominantly Hip Hop foundation.


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