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Popular Kaduna Based Rapper, DIA rants about OAP termination of employment after playing his song “PVC” on Radio


Popular Kaduna Based Rapper, DIA rants about OAP termination of employment after playing his song “PVC” on Radio

Kaduna Based Rapper, DIA took to his Facebook, ranting and expressing his pain after an OAP lost his Job for playing PVC.


On Wednesday 4th July 2018, KSMC On Air Personality ( OAP) Simon Aruwan Stitches was officially dismiss from his Job, simply because he played the popular song PCV on a government radio station. The Song talks about the importance of getting your Permanent Voters Card ( PVC) and voting the right people into power. The Song was released 1st April 2018 by Uncle DIA ft Dxxxia


Read his full post below:

According to the 1999 Nigerian constitution
Chapter 4 section 39

(1) Every person shall be entitled to freedom of expression, including freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart ideas and information without interference.

(2) Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1) of this section, every person shall be entitled to own, establish and operate any medium for the dissemination of information, ideas and opinions: Provided that no person, other than the Government of the Federation or of a State or any other person or body authorised by the President on the fulfilment of conditions laid down by an Act of the National Assembly, shall own, establish or operate a television or wireless broadcasting station for, any purpose whatsoever.

It is with a very sad and extremely bitter heart that I say this “we are slaves in our land” as we are expected to be mute and play dumb even when we are being trampled on and all isn’t well….

The Government should know that we are in the 21st century and not in a Military era where our lives could be dictated. Nigerians didn’t vote leaders in this democratic era that will oppress and deprive us of our basic fundamental rights (speech & expression).

I expressed myself through my music.
Another young man expressed himself by airing the song on radio which is his job.

On 1st April 2018, I released a sociopolitical awakening song titled : #PVC #PleaseVoteCorrectly – featuring Xia.

I will post the lyrics of the song for the world to see and point out if what I said/stated is far from the truth or if I instigated hate or violence in any way.

An On Air Personality just got fired from his job by the MD of KSMC (kaduna state media cooperation) following directives from the State Government House.

It may interest the public to know that he was tagged a “PDP OAP”.
The last time I checked, there was nothing wrong in choosing a party to support that’s even if he does participate in politics.

As much as I’m saddened by this unfortunate incident in which I have little or no power to fight for the unjust victimization that befell this young man because he played my song during his shifts, I want to use this opportunity to solicit for assistance from whoever is capacitated and comes across this post to help out with positive advice and ways to how to help this young man get back on his feet.

It is only human that I feel remorse and indebted to him for what he is going through at the moment.

If I have the opportunity to stand anywhere in this world regardless of who confronts me, I won’t hesitate to say it to their faces that our Leaders are IRRESPONSIBLE & QUESTIONABLE.

The governor shouldn’t be quick to forget we have video clips of him publicly condemning the 3 senators of the state where he cursed and went as far as inciting possible violence.

The truth hurts and it is unfortunate that the government is filled with cowards and can’t man up to this bitter truth.
The fact that someone gets fired for playing a song that advises people to get their PVCs is really disturbing and gives us more reasons why we MUST GET OUR PVCs.


Lyrics to PVC song :

(Xia) :
*Wai Ina ne za muu?
*What do we-ee- do 2X

*We’ve come quite long a distance,
*Something tells me we are no where-ere-ere-ere
*Question is where do we go-o-o-o from here?
*Something tells me we are no where-ere-ere-ere
*We’ve come quite long a distance…


Verse 1
*If people out there call my motherland a shit hole
* that don’t mean that my people are shit … Noo
*thanks to our leaders, see where you led us
*your incompetence has led to how they Address us
*I’m venting out my pain now may be I’ll feel better
*or maybe the tears from our eyes will make the soil wetter
*and fertile to cultivate, a new leaf that could pollinate
*we’re tired of all the same
old lies and dishonesty
*Crying for years but the same bad eggs
*keep revolving round the circle messing with our heads
*well it’s time to shine our eyes oh abeg pass me hypo
*make I rinse am well so I won’t be a disciple
*of people who don’t even care about us
*they fly in their private jets
while we struggle for bus
*….. see all this monopolism,
I can’t be a part of this
*No…. elections don near, time for fake and empty promises
* all years passed they’ve been in their castles and palaces
*while the masses don’t know the weight of what the problem is

*when they never care to come around
now they gather us around
*share blood money and cheap food buy us over now
*cos we hungry, desperate and ignorant
*we have been through the turbulence
*and now is the time to find a permanent cure for this pestilence
*cos our mumu Don do,
And here’s a question for the citizens

*where’s your PVC
*go get your PVC
*where’s your PVC
*lets please vote correctly (2X)

Verse 2
*see, I gotta ask,
Abegi, na wetin we do to you
*cos see all the hardship that we’ve going through.
*and for too long see, we’ve been on the same page
*You are always pointing fingers and playing the blame game
*and putting all the fault on your predecessors
*when you too are a predecessor
*and don’t forget, that we have it on record
*we understand you mean well and you got good intentions
*but most times your techniques and actions are kinda reckless
*and you betrayed and neglected those who elected
in the first place,
*they only to trying keep a straight face
*but right there,
*deep down, underneath the surface
*it’s poverty, hunger and insecurity this kinda suffering
*is too much…..and we can’t swallow it.
*no more,…
we loosing em calories
*boys Just dey bone up
*and all of this nepotism
we sick and tired of it
*hard knock life got me concerned about politics
*it’s time to seek other options to get out of these
*they said they’ll change this and change that .. who change help
*I’m asking who change help
They said change this change that,
who change help
*I guess Its time to use our heads now.

*where’s your PVC
*go get your PVC
*where’s your PVC
*lets please vote correctly (2X)

*it’s time for action, no more talk
*It’s time to gain back all we lost.


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  1. Audallas JudiDamian Gideon

    July 5, 2018 at 4:08 pm

    It is really unfortunate and to think we are in a democratic setting.

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