Rap artiste, CDQ, has corrected colleague, DJ Cuppy’s, view that lack of access to clean water is the most fundamental Nigerian problem.
Cuppy said this while speaking to an audience on Wednesday at the Global Citizen Life conference in Berlin, Germany.
However, CDQ had different opinions of the problem facing Nigeria and made this known via the DJ’s comment section
CDQ, 34, wrote: “lovely speech baby ❤️ but our main problem no be water u for tell dem our main problem… …Unemployment …Electricity …bad road network …Economy Instability …Low income (Wage/Salary) …insufficient educational facilities for the masses . So they would know how to rightfully channel resources Thank You 🙏 just Incase of next time mami 😘.”
CDQ born Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf is an indigenous rapper and songwriter, he raps predominantly in Yoruba.
He is best known for his single ‘Nowo E Soke’ featuring Wizkid and Masterkraft’s ‘Indomie’ where he was featured alongside Olamide.