Nigerian Street-Hop artiste, Naira Marley has revealed what he intends to do if Nigeria’s name gets changed to the United African Republic.
In a post he made via his Instatsory, Naira Marley volunteered himself as the composer of the National Anthem following the proposal to change Nigeria’s name to the United African Republic (UAR).
This is coming after reports of a tax consultant, Adeleye Jokotoye submitting a proposal to the committee at the South West Zonal Public Hearing in Lagos on Wednesday, June 2, 2021.
While presenting the proposal, he said Nigeria’s current name was an imposition of its past colonial masters and should be changed.
He said a change of name for the country would physically and psychologically reflect a new beginning.
As expected, Nigerians took to social media to react to the proposal to change Nigeria to UAR, a name given by Flora Shaw.
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Naira Marley took to his social media to offer his free service to the new nation.
According to “Soapy” crooner, he is willing and available be take up the role of Pa Benedict Odise who composed Nigerian’s second anthem in 1978.
His tweet reads:
“Omo Na me go sing the new national Anthem for UAR.”