President Muhammadu Buhari’s reward singer, Dauda Kahutu popularly often called Rarara, has obtained not lower than N57m to launch a brand new track in favour of the President.
Kahutu acquired the funds lower than 48 hours after asking for cash to launch a track in favour of the President.
The singer, who was in 2019 appointed as Nationwide Director of Music for the Buhari 2019 Presidential Assist Committee, on Friday in a video on social media solicited funds, asking every individual to donate N1,000 earlier than he releases the track.
He additionally stated financing the brand new track will present that there was no struggling and that Buhari’s authorities was doing effectively.
Within the video, the reward singer stated, “I’ll sing a brand new track in reward of Buhari till Northerners paid for it.”
He went on to learn out an account quantity into which donations will probably be despatched
Lower than 48 hours after releasing the video, SaharaReporters gathered that the reward singer had raised an enormous sum operating into thousands and thousands of naira.
Some ardent supporters of the President made donations and shared proof of cost on social media.
Some rich Northerners and Buhari’s supporters additionally donated big sums for the discharge of the track, sources disclosed.
“The reward singer had earlier stated the declare of struggling in Nigeria is a lie unfold by what he known as ineffective folks.
“He acquired N57m in two days with 48 Northerners donating N13.7m.
“The singer, in current days, has been giving out vehicles as presents, part of what he described as an indication that Nigerians are doing effectively beneath Buhari,” a supply conscious of the track venture informed SaharaReporters.
Rarara had launched songs for some governors within the All Progressives Congress together with Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna, Mohammed Badaru of Jigawa and Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano.
Recall that offended youth in Katsina State attacked the musician whereas he was capturing a video for the President.
Based on Katsina Submit, the youth attacked the musician on the Central Market in Katsina, the state capital, as he was capturing a video of his newest track “Jahata Ce”.
The aggrieved youth upon seeing the singer, began shouting and condemning him in Hausa language.