Video: Dremo – Who (Official Video)



Mid-July, DMW rapper, Dremo released his trending single titled “Who” and it was produced by “Phantom”. Fans was expecting the video will come in swiftly, but it was delayed.
Today, Dremo has finally come through with the 6 minutes visuals shot in form of a movie and it was directed by “Milli”.
Watch and Download below;



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  2. The presidential election and that of National Assembly happened on the same day and same time.

    The National Assembly result reflected that about 800,000 people voted but that of the
    presidential reflected a vote of about 1.8 million. I had reports of what happened but I decided that
    for such to be accepted, it meant that those who called themselves my supporters must have colluded.
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    on to win the election.”

    However, Prof Mohammed Kuna, Special Assistant to the INEC Chairman, Prof. Attahiru Jega, begged to differ. “There is nothing
    particularly special about the Kano result; it is
    a general trend as many voters were more interested in the presidential election than in other elections.
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    you can go and do the tabulation,” argued Kuna, who maintained that the use of card readers had made the election more difficult to rig. “With the card reader, it is no longer possible to
    return results that are higher than the accredited voters.
    If you analyse the results nationally, you will discover the same trend.”

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    To chair the Lagos ceremony is former Head of State, General Abdulsalami Abubakar while the unveiling will be done by the former Cross Rover State Governor, Mr Donald Duke. Interested bookshops and sales outlets should direct all their inquiries by email [email protected] call 08077364217.

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