Nigeria at crossroad

Crossroad is when you ask for Unity, Restructuring, and Separation at the same time
Fela Anikulapo Kuti captured it nicely in his “Confusion Break Bone” album when he says:

I sing about one street for Lagos
Called “Oju Elegba”
I take am compare how Nigeria be
One crossroad in center town

LARUDU REGBEKE (after each line)
Regbeke Lau, Lau, lau, lau

For “Oju Elegba”
For “Oju Elegba”
For “Oju Elegba”
For “Oju Elegba”
Moto dey come from East(calls from every section in this case)
Moto dey come from West
Moto dey come from North
Moto dey come from South
And police man no dey for center (not directing traffic- there are no traffic lights in Lagos)
Na confusion be dat ee-oh

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