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EXCLUSIVE: VP Osinbajo Analyzes Asake’s Organize, Kizz Daniel’s Buga, and Burna’s Last Last (SEE VIDEO) 

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Professor Yemi Osinbajo has stirred reactions online with his surprising taste in music.

The vice president of Nigeria Professor Yemi Osinbajo managed to use some of the trending songs in the country to drive home his points during a speaking event.

In a video which has made rounds on social media, the politician during a speech broke down the meaning of some trending Nigerian songs. 

 

 

 

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The crowd went wild when Osinbajo got to Kizz Daniel’s Buga part and he made sure to repeat for same effect

In clips sighted online, the politician analyzed Burna Boy’s Last Last and clearly missed the intended meaning.

According to him, ‘everyone will chop breakfast last last’ meant everyone would eventually matter ‘last last’ or succeed in the end..

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