A more fitting national hymn would be “Nigeria, we hail thee” – Brymo

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Brymo, a controversial artist, has praised President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for reinstituting the traditional national hymn, “Nigeria, We Hail Thee,” by signing the National hymn Bill 2024 into law.

He pointed out that, contextually and thematically, the reintroduced anthem had superior lyrics.

Brymo declared President Bola Ahmed Tinubu the best president of Nigeria of all time on Instagram.

All you need to do is read the first verse of the new national anthem to understand its lyrics: it proclaims Nigeria as the “motherland,” and now Africa can be both the “fatherland” and a symbol of polygamy, allowing everyone to finally concentrate on one family unit.

“In brotherhood, we stand,” which is my favorite part. As a group, we have joined the largest cult in the world.

Now more than ever, every aspiring girl and boy in our nation must identify with the Nigerian brotherhood. I couldn’t be happier!

The former national anthem, “Nigeria, We Hail Thee,” was reinstated on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, when President Bola Tinubu signed the National Anthem Bill 2024 into law, according to 460play.

A number of famous people, including musician Joeboy, comedian Igosave, and actress Kate Henshaw, have criticized the federal government for putting changing the national anthem ahead of solving the many problems the nation is now experiencing.

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