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I Didn’t Know Students Didn’t Want To Return To School – Blaqbonez Tenders Apology

Nigerian rap star, Emeka Akumefule, better known by his stage name, Blaqbonez has apologised to Nigerians after he was blamed for being one of the reasons ASUU called off its strike.

Few days after he released a song titled Back In Uni, the union ended its 8-month-long strike action and many people linked the two events.

Blaqbonez was then called out in a series of social media posts, so he decided to react via his Twitter account.

The ‘Haba’ crooner said that he never knew students were not ready to resume school, so he apologised for dropping Back In Uni at the time he did, noting that he would have postponed it.

He tweeted; ”I didn’t know u guys didn’t want to go back to school, I wouldn’t have dropped back in Uni”

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It may be recalled that a young man took a swipe at the popular Hip Hop artiste, Blaqbonez for allegedly causing the Academic Staff Union of Universities, (ASUU) to call off its strike.

He released ‘Back In Uni’ audio last week Friday and one week later, also on a Friday ASUU ended its strike which lasted for eight months.

The guy propounded some theories about how songs recently released by Nigerian artistes had some overflowing effect in reality.

He said that after Pheel and Davido released Electricity, the power holding company suddenly started supplying constant power supply.

In a video which has gone viral on social media, he also talked about Ayra Starr who dropped a song titled Rush.

According to him, shortly after the song hit the airwaves, flood began to ‘rush’ different parts of the country.

He questioned Blaqbonez on why he released ‘Back In Uni’ as it had a ripple effect which led to ASUU choosing to finally end the strike action.

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