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Rarara’s new song: ‘I did not fire my staff’ – Mai Zogale

Popular Hausa musician known for political promotional songs, Dauda Adamu known as ‘Rarara’ new song has stirred reactions across social media and in the public.…

Popular Hausa musician known for political promotional songs, Dauda Adamu known as ‘Rarara’ new song has stirred reactions across social media and in the public.

Rarara, known for releasing political songs promoting political agenda recently released a new one much identified to be romantic in nature, hyping a lady called Fatima.

The song, ‘Fatima mai Zogale’ has elicited reactions from many musical and poetry enthusiasts courtesy of the pattern and manner, which many viewed as surprising.

The girl, Fatima, as identified in the song was said to be a ‘Zogale’ – moringa leaves vendor in Abuja and has allegedly been fired by her master hours after the release of the hit song.

However, reactions that trailed the purported sack of Fatima mai Zogale’; her employer, Aisha has in a viral video on Friday cleared the air on allegations raised against her.

She said, “I have never fired any of my female staff. She was brought to me last month by another lady that they were fired from their former place of work.

“I told them that I deal with Zogale. If she can cook it I have another branch she can join along with one of my female staff.

“Five days ago they told me that Rarara came and bought zogale; he enjoyed it and said he really will come back. Yesterday, I was in my shop at Gimbiya Street when she came and told me that she is leaving work the following day demanding payment.

“I told her that it’s late evening and have no enough money to give her, that their business has not been doing well since the month of Ramadan.

“She insisted that she is leaving and that she will  be getting married on Friday.

“Today, when I woke up, I gave her all her money and wished her well in her marriage. I told her that I couldn’t give her much because I don’t have money. 

“I was then surprised to see myself trending on social media, people insulting me that I have fired ‘Mai Zogale’ because Rarara sang for her. I was so delighted he did that. I did not fire her. She told me she’s getting married, demanded her pay and I gave her and wished her well.”

The song, ‘Fatima mai Zogale’ has continued to elicit reactions from many with a section criticizing and citing poetical ‘murder’ while others commend the musician for proving himself to be versatile in the industry.

 

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