- Brymo has taken to social media to share his thoughts on the Pidgin language
- According to the singer, the language should be made Nigeria's official language
- Brymo added that it was still English with some bits of local lingua
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Talented Nigerian singer, Olawale Ashimi, better known as Brymo has taken to social media to advocate for the need to make the Pidgin language Nigeria's official language.
In a recent post shared to his Twitter account, the singer stated that Pidgin is like English but with 'bits of local lingua'. According to him, it would be cool to hear the president address the country in the language.
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"Make pidgin Nigeria first language... it’s still English, only it has bits of local lingua- it is spoken in maybe every state in the country... e go mad when presido come tv greet say “una good afternoon my fellow country people”
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Only a while ago, he took to his social media page to brag about his worth, especially in the year 2020. While fans and followers always talk about the musician's beautiful sound, the Good Morning crooner never fails to blow his own trumpet.
Although he has come under fire for always talking about how good he is musically, there is no stopping Brymo as he recently took to Twitter to declare himself the finest artiste in Africa.
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Only a few days ago, he took to social media via his Twitter page to speak on Africans who plan on fleeing from the continent and starting life in a foreign land.
According to him, travelling is heaven but someone else is building and embracing what they are running away from.
Explaining further, the Banuso crooner said that people should also remember that the only people in Africa called Afrikaners are mostly non-black South Africans who were originally Dutch.
Meanwhile, the return of Nigerian dancehall singer, Cynthia Morgan, no doubt came with a series of controversy involving the Edo-born and her former label, Northside Music Inc.
Despite saying she has moved passed everything that happened in the past, Morgan once again took to social media to demand that Jude Okoye, her former music boss, pay her what he owes.
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