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 Popular Nigerian singer-songwriter Bongos Ikwue delivers a moving and beautiful song about two children who couldn’t play together, because one was Muslim and the other Christian….a metaphor for sectarian strife in Nigeria and other places….Bongos recently called on African governments to ban organized religion as a key to African progress and unity…check the lovely tag at the end as a choir sings alternately “Amen” and “Amin”, the English and Arabic versions of the same word.

 

This song is loved by many Nigerians, bringing back the nostalgic feeling of the ’80’s series “Cock Crow At Dawn”. At this moment, it is part of the sound track of the beautiful musical film, Inalé. Listen to the song and be the judge of what it reminds you of.
Directed by Jeta Amata
Produced by Keke Bongos-Ikwue

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  • Joseph felix osaeghemede

    is not the same actor that featured in JACK BAUERS 24, AMA SEEING HERE, IS HE A NIGERIAN

  • Joseph felix osaeghemede

    this is taking me back to those glorious oment of my childhood

  • Afro DreamFest

    We love it

  • Adegoke Adeyemo

    Haha. OMG! This takes me back to my childhood. A fantastic song and a great series. I wish I could watch it again. Bongos Ikwue can sing o!!

  • Emmanuel Adeniran

    This takes me back to when I was a child even then I loved this song CLASSIC

  • joshnengi

    @Viqwinnner, easy o! I know its painful. I pray for a fiery death for a lot of them! So many memories!

  • Victor Osa Asemota

    Listening to this in those days, who would have thought that Nigeria would turn out so debased as she is now? If God doesn’t judge Nigerian leaders, he has to apologise to Sodom and Gomorah

  • jafar erena

    before n after still sound of good memory.

  • chima222ify

    what a classic.
    

  • morphios1

    wooow…this is brings back alot of memories…this is great…totally love it

  • sornie adaji

    This is great…nostalgic!

  • chiefsista

    fantastic! love this!