See your favourite Nigerian politicians as musicians (PHOTOS)

Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu is Nigeria’s Minister of State for Petroleum Resources and since assumption of office as the Group managing director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, he’s made remarkable policies. Ibe’s policies have been keeping oil marketers in check and enforcing discipline in the industry.
Bola Ahmed Tinubu was Nigeria’s most effective opposition leader, who is loved by his millions of admirers and mentees. He is the national leader of the ruling party, The All Progressive Congress.
Shehu Sani is a Nigerian senator for Kaduna central constituency. He’s been criticised as been too “showy” about his “prison days” & and for sharing camels to his constituency during a Muslim holiday. Shehu sani also proudly carries his symbollic “half-fro”.
Edwin Clarke is an elder statesman and “Political Father” to former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan. He recently criticised his political son’s administration after his loss at the 2015 elections. He’s been tagged a betrayer ever since.
Bukola Saraki is the Nigerian Senate President. The All Progressives Congress chieftain came under fire for going against his party’s mandate to take control of the upper chamber of the national assembly.
Diezani Allison-Madueke was Nigeria’s former & first female petroleum minister as well as first female OPEC president. She allegedly mismanaged a whooping $20 billion . She has faced numerous public travails since the last administration was ousted.
Buruji Kashamu is a senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria who has been accused of trafficking drugs sometime in the past . He’s survived many extradition attempts by the federal government.
Lai Mohammed was the All Progressive Congress’s spokesman . His words & speeches helped the party win its first presidential election since the beginning of democracy in Nigeria since 1999. He’s currently the Minister of Information in the New administration.
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