Scholarly Nigerians have schooled Dremo who is signed to Davido’s DMW for putting fear in Nigerians living in Lagos over an erroneous alarm on Third Mainland Bridge.
The rapper who is still basking in the euphoria of the success of his new single, ‘Mirror’ took to his Instagram page to call the federal government’s attention on the one of the longest bridges in Africa which he claims is getting weak, while also alerting Nigerians to be careful while using the route for their daily activities.
The singer as well tagged President Buhari, Vice President Osinbajo, Lagos State governor, Akinwunmi Ambode and his successor, governor-elect Babajide Sanwo Olu.
“The 3rd mainland bridge is getting weak , this is something we need to fix!! #SaveLifescc @jidesanwoolu@akinwunmiambode @profosinbajo@muhammadubuhari !!,” he wrote.
We applaud his gesture and the information but a set of Nigerians who are in the know called his attention to the post, educating him that its normal for the bridge to wobble which is termed Expansion Joint, deliberately designed to absorb vibration, and allow movement.
Some went further to advice to singer to focus on his music rather than saying things he is not sure of.
Talking about Dremo, real name, Aboriomoh Femi Raymond is a young Nigerian star born on August 26, 1993, in Edo State, the southern part of Nigeria. Later he moved to Ibadan in Oyo State. Dremo is not only a singer. He is also a songwriter and record producer.
Dremo’s popularity is developing quite quickly. He has been fond of music since childhood. At the age of 12, he was already visiting the studio. Dremo’s music has a unique and unusual style. This style distinguishes him from a number of other musical performers.