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Saturday, May 31, 2014

INSURRECTION!!!

Adaba to jeun ku f'eyele;
Orofo to jeun ku f'awoko;
Dajudaju, omo l'aso!
Emi yo jeun ku f'omo mi o;
Nitori, omo l'aso!
Adaba ti o jeun ku f'eyele;
Orofo ti o jeun ku f'awoko;
Dajudaju, omo l'ogun!
Agba, jeun ku f'omode;
Oga, jeun ku f'omose;
Nitori, omo l'aso!
T'ebi ba fa gburu;
Gburu a fa igbo;
Omo l'ogun!
Jeun ku f'omo re o;
Omo l'aso o!
Emi yo jeun ku f'omo mi o;
Omo l'aso!
Adaba to jeun ku f'eyele;
Orofo to jeun ku f'awoko;
Dajudaju, omo l'aso!
Adaba ti o jeun ku f'eyele;
Orofo ti o jeun ku f'awoko;
Dajudaju, omo l'ogun!
=DEOLA

ENGLISH VERSION:
Dove that eats;
And, leave;
For Pigeon;
Verily, his kid;
Is his wealth!
I would eat;
And leave;
For my kid;
Because, kid;
Is wealth!
Dove that eats;
And, leave not;
For Pigeon;
Verily, his kid;
Is his war!
Elders, eat;
And, leave;
For the kids;
Masters, eat;
And, leave;
For servants;
The young;
Shall grow!
A hungry man;
Is always;
An angry man;
Eat, and leave;
For your kids;
Kid’s wealth!
I would eat;
And leave;
For my kid;
Because, kid;
Is wealth!
=DEOLA

Sunday, May 25, 2014

LEST U BOAST!!!


Whatever u do;
In this life;
Someone fit;
Do it pass u;
Berekete!
[berekete=more]
Soccer u play;
Here's a woman;
Who does it;
Pass u;
Berekete!
U think u fine;
My girl's fine;
Pass u;
Berekete!
U know how;
To thief;
Dimeji steal;
Pass u;
Berekete!
Diezani dem;
Corner money;
Pass u;
Berekete!
Whatever u do;
In this life;
Someone fit;
Do it pass u;
Berekete!
=DEOLA

NIGERIAN IN CREATION!!!

See poor man life in our Nigeria o!
It’s always suffering and smiling o!
Rulers chop and miliki o, while the;
[miliki = enjoyment]
Voters hang in the sun, and quench;
Two parallel lines don’t ever meet;
IBB chop, miliki soteh, clean mouth;
[soteh =so much]
He's still miliking, nothing happen o;
OBJ chop, miliki soteh, clean mouth;
He's still miliking, nothing happen o;
Shagari chop, miliki, clean mouth o;
He's still miliking, nothing happen o;
Abacha  miliking soteh, before he’d;
Clean his mouth o, they kill him o!
In fact, all monies hidden in Europe;
Abubakar, Obasanjo come re-chop;
The monies, miliki, clean mouths o;
They are still miliking o, yeparipa!
[yeparipa =wonderful]
Yaradua chop too, before he could;
Clean his mouth, he quench o o o!
Ebele took over , and he configured;
Miliking: "wobia alogrithm. special"
He and Diezani are boboriboting o;
[boboriboting = romance]
Miliking parse parse, clean mouth;
The thing sweet o, no wonder o;
MKO had wanted to chop too o;
They no let him o, they kill him o;
He drinks tea, and he quench o;
Chineke, abasi limbo, yepaparipa!
[chineke, abasi limbo=god safe us]
[yepaparipa=wonderful] =DEOLA

Friday, May 23, 2014

RE: SOLDIERS MUTINY



Bowl’s chasing;
The Tortoise;
Another thing's;
Happening o.
Igba nl'abaun;
Another thing;
Dey shele o.
Igba nl'abaun;
Another thing's;
Happening o.
Igba nl'abaun;
Who no know;
Go know o.
Igba nl'abaun;
Another thing;
Dey shele o.
Igba nl'abaun;
Another thing's;
Happening o.
Igba nl'abaun;
Tere, eeni tere;
Igba nl'abaun;
Tere, eeji tere;
Another thing's;
Happening o.
Igba nl'abaun;
Another thing;
Dey shele o.
Uhm  hm uhm!
Another thing;
Dey shele o.
=DEOLA
[idea fro. Fela Kuti]

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

THE MIGHTY RAGABOLA!!!

Ajo f’isu sun, o nikan yanje;
Be oniigbagbo lo npera re.
Isu tia fisun, Diezani nikan yanje;
Be oniigbagbo lo npera re.
Aba, o se enu Moro, wahala yaso;
Ounje gbogbo wa, o nikan mu je;
Be oniigbagbo lo npera re.
Chai, e wa woju omo ole!
=DEOLA

TRANSLATION
We put a yam on fire to roast;
In order that we might eat;
But, you hid, and eat alone;
Yet, you claim to be Christian;
How’d we be roasting a yam;
And Diezani’d go eat it alone;
And claims she's a Christian;
We met her, she’d already;
Cleansed up, trouble begets;
‘Cause It’s our collective meal;
She ate alone, yet, she claims;
To be Christian; Chai, come;
See the face of thief’s child!
=DEOLA

BASKET MOUTH!!!


This is to gist you a story! What story o? Hah, I mean to gist you a story! Please, What story o? Ha, this one, not lie at all; Not very at all! Let me gist you a story; What story o? One Sunday in my teen, I go to church to worship. Hah, let me gist you a story! What story o? This one, no be lie at all. Yes, it’s not very at all! Pastor mounted the pulpit, everywhere, everyone do bem-bem-bem. Hallelujah! Hah, I mean to gist you a story! Please, what story o? Ha, this one, not lie at all; Not very at all! Let me gist you a story. The basket mouth opened his mouth, said: 'Owo ti a koje" [money we embezzled] As he’s trying to give account, sum of the; money the church was able to raised towards building of a new cathedral. Like Mama Peace-Nigerian first lady had said: "This blood we are sharing" Hah, I mean to gist you a story! Please, what story o? Ha, this one, not lie at all; Not very at all! Let me gist you a story; Everyone rose; Aha! No wonder, of all these monies we had donated, there has not been a tangible show! Hah, I mean to gist you a story! Please, what story o? This one, not lie at all; Not very at all! Let me gist you a story. No, no! He cried out! I meant to say: "Owo ti a kojo" [The money we pulled] But, too late, everyone had scattered. This is to gist you a story! What story o? Ha, this story, no be lie at all at all. It is not very at all! Not very at all!!! =DEOLA

GODUOSIS-CEREBROFUSION: CASE STUDY!!!

Wiyo, wiyo, wiyo,
Wiyo, wiyoooooo!
A patient’s brought;
To the ER.
She suffers from;
Diarisgoduocerebrofusion.
Occlusion of corpus callosum;
The bridge intra;
Right and left hemisphere;
Of the cerebrum cortex;
She’d belabored episode;
Of hallucinatory cries:
“Chai! Chai! Chaaai!
Dia-ris godu o!”
“Hi, Miss Patient.”
The nurse greeted her.
She answered the nurse;
“Ehn, prince-pal.”
[She mistook her nurse;
For principal of a school]
Na only you waka come,
Prince-pal???
Ok, continue!
Diaris godu o!!”
=DEOLA

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

DIVIDE-N-RULE!!!

Two worlds;
Nigerians world;
Corrupted life;
We live in strife.
Monkey works;
Baboon eats.
Two worlds;
Nigerians world;
Corrupted life;
We live in strife.
One got bursary;
One got buried;
One got future:
Oversea haven!
One got feature:
Bokoharam raid!
Two worlds;
Nigerians world;
Corrupted life;
We live in strife.
In the heat;
O’ the day;
Our soldiers;
Eyes creep;
Dying over;
Paltry wages;
In the stillness;
O’ the night;
Our police;
Eyes creep;
Of insomnia;
Dying over;
Paltry wages;
In the same;
Stillness o’night;
Our Dokibos;
Our Tompolos;
Sleep kuule [cool];
Raking in dollars;
In billions.
Two worlds;
Nigerians world;
Corrupted life;
We live in strife!!!
=DEOLA

Monday, May 19, 2014

CHIBOKINETICS ABUJANOSIS!!!


Blame him not;
Don’t be mad;
Forgive him;
He’d intended;
To go there;
To Chibok.
His spirit’s willing;
Blame the flesh;
For being weak;
He’d had luck;
But with Boko;
Oyeku eji-ogbe;
Says ifa o!
We all know;
However big;
Goat could be;
Even, if he’s as;
Big as elephant;
If he dares wolf;
He’d be ruined;
Tiger couldn’t be;
The barber, and;
The dog would go;
To him to shave.
Even though,
The bat could;
Fly, hang head;
Upside downward;
If he dares the fire;
He’d be ruined;
Tiger couldn’t be;
The barber, and;
The dog would go;
To him to shave.
Blame him not;
Don’t be mad;
Forgive him;
He’d had luck;
But with Boko;
Oyeku eji-ogbe;
Says ifa o!!!
=DEOLA

Sunday, May 18, 2014

EARLY LIFE!!!


I'd started school at about five years of age. I remember that I'd intensely hated the project, because it severely curtailed my period of play and freedom. You must be tidy in appearance coming to school, which meant either a complete ablution or the washing of face and limbs to present at least a good facade. In kiddie school, there was these two days I couldn't go to school. I had a kind of rashes all over my body. Mom had called it: "ina orun" [Ina orun is Yoruba tag for measles]. When I got to school, my mistress [we called female teacher "Mistress"] queried: "Segun [she’d rather called me Segun than any of my other names], why were u absent from school couple of days?” I answered: Ma, Mom, said I'm suffering from heavenly fire. I translated "Ina orun" [Ina=fire, orun=heaven] into English in my own little understanding of English and Yoruba Language. My translation created a scene. My teacher and the whole class reeled wild in ecstasy of laughs; Mr. Kadri, Mrs. Olusa, Mr. Adeyanju, Mr. Ajongbolo, my teacher called her colleague. Please, come and hear Sege-the English man, son of Agun. Segun s'oyinbo o, penkelemesi!!! [Penkelemesi, as I later read in the history of politics in Nigeria, is a distortion of English word: peculiar messes, coined from the speech of Adelabu of Ibadan during a political campaign. Lol!!! 
=DEOLA

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

ENNYMYLITIS!!!

Woke up tis morning;
Inna funny feelin';
And that feelin';
Kinda unusual feelin';
Inna mi bone yeah;
It’s inna mi blood;
Inna mi toes, yeah;
Inna mi brain, yeah;
Went to the doctor;
Doctor said: “son,
U’ve a Ennymylitis”;
I said, "What?"
Doctor said: “son,
U’ve a Ennymylitis”…
=DEOLA.
[FRO. PETER TOSH]

THE CHILD!!!

“Wayayo yingolooo; Omo radarada; Shu sileeee-yi! Wayayo yingolooo; Omo radarada [omo radarada is; Yoruba noun for bad boy] Shu sileeee...yi [Shu sile=poopoo in house]!” A man's wailing in the dawn; while every folks in the community is yet asleep.
“Wayayo yingolooo; Omo radarada; Shu sileeee...yi!” His wail booms so loud, and louder. It sinks downward, rises upward nooks and corners of the village. “Wayayo yingolooo; Omo radarada; Shu sileeee...yi!”
A child jolts from sleep; Mom, mom, mom! Oh, my God! A bad boy had gone poopoo in someone’s house. Hear a man wailing: “Wayayo yingolooo; Omo radarada; Shu sileeee-yi!”
His mom laughs wild. “Common, mom! This ain’t funny. While would a guy go out, poopoo in someone’s house?” Deola, his mom called,  ain’t anyone poopoo in someone’s house. Mom, the boy retorted, but out there, is a man wailing: “Wayayo yingolooo; Omo radarada; Shu sileeee...yi!” Deola, his mom tried to reassure him. The man wailing is calling the Muslim saints for prayer in the Arab method.
I see, mom, but, why “don’t” he do in Yoruba language, “Don’t” God understand Yoruba language?” Deola, get back in bed, and sleep. Ma fi wahala e pami [do not kill me with ya trouble]. His mom pleads. =DEOLA

Monday, May 12, 2014

ENIOLATONIC!!!

Come on, babe;
Come, a little closer;
Honey, move it over;
Feels so right;
My heart's beating;
The night’s pleasing;
Turn that light off;
It ain't my fault;
You look so fine;
My hearts aching;
And I ain't faking;
Come on, babe;
Come, a little closer;
Honey, move it over;
Feels so right;
My heart's beating;
The night’s pleasing...
=DEOLA
= [FRO. DON WILLIAMS]

Sunday, May 11, 2014

A TOAD ON PRESIDENT'S BED!!!

Ele shishi mi o!
He cries out;
To the god.
Ele shishi mi o;
Ele makele;
Boko Haram;
Maya gbagbara;
Ele makele.

RAP:
He feels the fire;
Godu o!
Godu o!
Give me water
Imma put out;
This fire:
But, too late;
Orisha ti ja fo!

Ele shishi mi o;
Ele makele;
Kini kin se?
Ele makele;
Ele shishi mi o;
Ele makele;
Boko Haram;
Maya gbagbara;
Ele makele.

TRANSLATION
God, do save me;
God have mercy;
Boko Haram’s;
Seized power;
God, do save me.
He feels the fire;
He cries out;
To the god;
God, god!
Give me water;
Imma put out;
This fire:
But, too late;
The oracle;
Has fallen;
And crashed!
[Orisha ti ja fo]
=DEOLA

THE BETRAYAL!!!

Okete o!
Se bayi;
Ni iwa re;
Okete o!
Se bayi;
Niwa re o;
O ba ifa;
Mu ile;
O da ifa;
Okete!
Once upon;
You'd been;
Shoe-less;
But now;
The river;
Is so full;
It forgot;
Its source.
Okete!
Did u forget,
Ifa quiver's,
Full of arrows?
Time'll tell o.
Sukusuku;
Ni nse;
Babasuku o;
Okete.
Okete o!
Se bayi;
Ni iwa re;
Okete o!
Se bayi;
Niwa re o;
O ba ifa;
Mu ile;
O da ifa;
Okete!
Lowe lowe;
Ni a nlu;
Ilu agidigbo;
Okete o!
Se bayi;
Ni iwa re;
Okete o!
Se bayi;
Niwa re o;
O ba ifa;
Mu ile;
O da ifa;
Okete!
=DEOLA

Thursday, May 8, 2014

EASY NO SHAKING!!!

Jijo'ya kawo;
Gongosu!
Ijo, ijo, ijo;
Gongosu!
Dia-reez godu o!
Dia-reez godu o!

RAP:
Econ. wonder;
Wonder!
wonder!
50 billion fiam;
20 billion fiam;
Econ. wonder!
Dia-reez godu o!
Dia-reez godu o!

Jijo'ya kawo;
Gongosu!
Ijo, ijo, ijo;
Gongosu!
Dia-reez godu o!
Dia-reez godu o!

RAP:
Ile Jona-tan;
Ogiri o sa;
Bomb wonder;
Wonder!
wonder!
Girls missing;
Wonder!
wonder!
Dia-reez godu o!
Dia-reez godu o!
=DEOLA

Friday, May 2, 2014

RE: POVERTY NOT NIGERIA’S PROBLEM =JONATHAN [Nig. Punch: May 2, 2014]

Na trouser be this;
No, na pant be that;
Trouser big pass pant;
Ten times, my friend;
Boko haram dem;
Comot ya trouser;
Where pant no dey;
Your yansh now dey;
Ihoho gedengbe!
Hah, open and close!
Ihoho gedengbe!
Corruption be this;
No be corruption,
Be that o;
Boko haram dem;
Comot ya trouser;
Where pant no dey;
Your yansh now dey;
Ihoho gedengbe!
Hah, open and close!
Ihoho gedengbe!
Na poverty cause am;
Rara rara, e no be;
Poverty at all o;
Boko haram dem;
Comot ya trouser;
Where pant no dey;
Your yansh now dey;
Ihoho gedengbe!
Hah, open and close!
Ihoho gedengbe!
=DEOLA
[Fro. Fela Kuti]

NOT HIS WILL!!!

His domain invaded;
His children bombed;
Some were maimed;
Daughters kidnapped;
Few hours interlude;
The king rose up;
Shrug his shoulders:
Driver! Driver o!!
Where art thou?
Let us be going;
It’s time already;
Party time in Kano;
In Shekarau’s club;
Kata kata kata
Koto koto gbem!
The drummer hits;
Wenke nwenke!
Nwenke wenke!
Guitarists blended;
In reggae hiphop;
Yeah, ariya de!
Ariya’s unlimited;
The music began;
The king, his majesty;
Mounted the floor;
Beckoning to a lady;
Excuse me dance;
The song goes:
Sere funmi baby;
Omoge!
Ikebe re wunmi;
Omoge!
Bami jo o;
Baby, bami jo!
Yonder, his subjects;
Were enraged!
And poured after him;
Encomiums of curses;
Yonder, too, a doctor;
Looked from afar;
He’d seen his abnormality:
Impaired prefrontal cortex:
Causes impulsive decision;
Without someone pausing;
To consider consequences;
People suffering from;
Ventromedial prefrontal cortex;
Shows impair emotion.
=DEOLA

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