- Rema has taken to social media with a post highlighting the plight of every Nigerian student in a federal university across the country
- In January, the singer revealed that he had been admitted for a degree at the university of Lagos but he hasn't attended any classes because of the ongoing strike
- The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been on strike for over two months and Rema has appealed to them to end it
Popular Nigerian singer, Rema has sparked reactions on social media after he took to Twitter with a plea.
In January, the singer joyfully announced that he gained admission into the university of Lagos (UNILAG), but since the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) embarked on a strike over two months ago, Rema has been stuck at home.
He lamented over the fact that he has not started school since he made the announcement.
"ASUU, since dem give me admission I neva start school o, e don do nau! "
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Nigerians react to Rema's tweet
"Now you understand the feelings of being a Nigerian student"
"Focus on ur music bro "
"Them want make you prepare your mind first, then during school a few more strikes so you fit dey use am calm down."
"We wey dey final year for two years now we nor complain "
" Oga go private school ooo"
"You were not informed too "
"Wahala be like Asuu strike, e no dey hard to start "
Davido turns hype man for Rema as they perform together
One of the biggest shows that happened in Nigeria during the week was the Rick Ross concert which took place in Lagos on Thursday, April 14.
Videos from the event went viral on social media, with Nigerians as well as celebrities giving different opinions.
One of the event's highlights was the moment DMW label boss Davido turned into a hypeman during Rema’s performance.
Davido also joined Rema as he sang his Calm Down hit single while embracing each other towards the end of his performance.