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“The issue here is not about fame and certainly not about money” – 2Baba’s Brother Hyacinth shares his Thoughts about the Upcoming Protest



Singer 2Baba’s upcoming protest has gained a lot of attention in the past couple of days with several people sharing their thoughts about it from Ruggedman to Blackface, to Governor Ayo Fayose and even President Buhari’s personal assistant on social media, Lauretta Onochie.

Now, 2Baba’s younger brother, Hyacinth is also speaking out about it.

He says:

We must understand that every era, a generation has a responsibility to prove and work beyond its own, and in every responsibility there is an absolute possibility to bring about change and awareness for the benefit of that nation.

Today, our beloved Nigeria is dealing with issues so profound, issues that need our immediate attention to help and find solutions that can minimize all forms of social and political injustice.  My brother (2baba), whom we all love and most of us respect dearly, has put himself in the frontline and is standing for our nation. He’s standing for you and your children and maybe your grandchildren today for a better living. Let not forget that this same Innocent Idibia has a family that deeply loves and cares for him. And yes we are very much concern about his safety, however i must say that he has touched me deeply with patriotism and collective energy to uplift and show concern for the betterment of our nation. It is our responsibility as fellow citizens to support a good course.

The issue here is not about fame and certainly not about money, successful he is already, it’s not about album sales or awards, let’s not forget he has done that already, it’s about what’s right and what’s wrong. Nigeria needs us and we must give ourselves to Nigeria. We must show good character and love to support this course. Nigerians are dying, woman, children and men. This is not about your tribe or my tribe, this is not about politics or pointing fingers at anyone, please let’s not miss the point here, this is about humanity.

We the people of Nigeria want to know what is going on with our basic human needs, WE NEED TRANSPARENCY! We need to feel like we belong to #OneNigeria. This platform is NOT anti-government but pro- Nigeria. When the people of Nigeria wins, it means that our government is doing a great job. It is time for us all to get involve one way or the other and peacefully we will work towards a better Nigeria. Now it’s on us to decide what page of history we want our undying courage, love and support for Nigeria to be written. Let God’s blessings be with us all and let that blessing flow around Nigeria #istandwithNigeria #istandwith2baba


  1. mimi

    February 1, 2017 at 5:26 pm

    Amen….if you will be there…i am definitely coming…#winkwink# #istandwithNigeria# #istandwith2baba#

    • fleur

      February 1, 2017 at 7:51 pm

      See Fine bois everywhere. Hyacinth where you been?

  2. Random

    February 1, 2017 at 5:34 pm

    Wow he really looks like tuface …..basically tuface with hair…

  3. gbam

    February 1, 2017 at 6:13 pm

    Very well put together, eloquent,concise and tactfully written. its not about your tribe or politcal rivalry, wealth and so on!
    Where are all the critics that called Tuface out as an illeterate. Here is his own brother who has realeased a very powerful and beautifully orchestrated message.
    Cow wey no get tail, still has a way of driving off flies ( parable). Tuface a has brother that will write and speak all you want!
    ?! Awon English scholars that can never see good in others, at the end of the day not every one will become a doctor, engineer or phd holder ! We are different and knowledgeable in our own different ways.

  4. M

    February 1, 2017 at 7:39 pm

    We will be there! see fine family abeg!!!….. Hyacinth BE THERE

    • Diamond

      February 1, 2017 at 11:04 pm

      He is married. Sorry..oops

  5. Seriously

    February 1, 2017 at 8:22 pm

    That’s how you know Nigeria is f**ked up. You defend yourself more when you are standing for the right thing and trying to do the right thing.

  6. o

    February 1, 2017 at 8:27 pm

    You all play too much ??????

  7. Yinkus

    February 1, 2017 at 11:07 pm

    I usually would be so supportive of his protest but I can’t help but wonder if it’s for the right reasons, when he was getting married and various politicians were giving him many gifts, he didn’t feel the need to stand up for nigerians then.

    • ODE

      February 1, 2017 at 11:21 pm



  8. Riley

    February 2, 2017 at 12:49 am

    All the opposers are lacking consideration it’s just so funny because the have it all how I wish you all could come down and see how people at the grassroots are fending.

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