“Peedility Bank”: Hausa Goje Praise Singer Adopts Cashless Economy, Calls Account Number in His Song

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“Peedility Bank”: Hausa Goje Praise Singer Adopts Cashless Economy, Calls Account Number in His Song

The video of a Hausa praise singer has sparked hilarious reactions on social media Seeing as there is no cash in the country, the singer while perform

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The video of a Hausa praise singer has sparked hilarious reactions on social media Seeing as there is no cash in the country, the singer while performing with his partner, called out his account number in the middle of his song The highlight of the video was the singer calling Fidelity bank ‘peedility’, a function of his mother tongue

A Hausa Goje praise singer refused to let the cashless economy rid him of his means of livelihood. In a viral video sighted on Instagram, the singer was with his partner, who played the drum, and they delivered a lovely tune.

The person they were playing for sat in the car and then asked for his account number, and he decided to sing the details with his song. After delivering the account number, the voice behind the camera asked for his bank, and instead of Fidelity, the singer said ‘peedility’.

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