Stella Dimoko Banky W Releases Song 'Better Challenge' To Berate Nigerians Over Detention Of Sowore


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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Banky W Releases Song 'Better Challenge' To Berate Nigerians Over Detention Of Sowore

Crooner Banky W cannot take it anymore and a song is out to show how he feels.....In the song, he criticized how things are going in Nigeria and asked which way Nigeria is headed? 

The video went on to show CCTV footage of Sowore’s arrest by the DSS in Lagos and then he said:

“They arrest protestor and protect dishonourable senators. Who be the meat, who be the hunter? Too many days for the thief, one day for the owner.”


  1. Banky, If you weren't married, I would have given my sister to you free of charge. You be man and somebody jaree. The government is so irresponsible, the reason nothing good will ever come out from this country. They are trumping charges against an innocent man for treason just the same way they did to Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB. Haven't the international communities made a mockery of our judicial system by inviting Nnamdi Kanu not just at the European Union parliament but also United Nation headquarter at Geneva yesterday. So who is fooling who now? You called someone terrorist and the international communities said he's not. Isn't that a disgrace to you and your judicial system?
    Nigeria is far from redemption. Sowore would come out a hero.

    1. The United Nations did not validate Nnamdi Kanu and his movement please. The UN stands as a body that’s promotes world peace. Any movement can go Geneva to be heard

    2. Tejay, you started making a beautiful point but spoilt it with IPOB Nnamdi Kalu. Sowore and Nnamdi's cause are not similar.

    3. That**

    4. @Saphire, weren't they charged for the same offence? In fact, they said Sowore meeting with Nnamdi Kanu at New York City was one of their main reason arresting him. I only stated and brought Kanu's issue as a pointer to show how dilapidated our judicial system is, including the executive.

  2. I weep for Nigeria, Injustice of the highest order.


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