Zlatan sings about informants during their EFCC ordeal (Watch Video)

Four days after the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission released Zlatan Ibile, the artist released a video clip to address those who reported him while he was
 in EFCC custody.

EFCC recently arrested and paraded Zlatan Ibile along with Naira Marley and three others because of their alleged involvement in Internet fraud.



After spending four days in EFCC custody, the anti-corruption agency released Zlatan Ibile on bail and arrested Naira Marley.

However, four days after he was released, the artist released a music video entitled "4 Days in Okot Eboh" to express his disappointment over those he believed he
 had given away while on the EFCC network.

In the song, which he posted on his page on Instagram on Sunday, May 19, 2019, the artist who got up quickly advised that the informers were not quick to judge,
because nobody is sacred.



The song was opened with a Yoruba proverb which translates freely as "pretending you were dead, seeing who will shed tears for your death. Pretend to be broke and
see who will ignore you. "

Other lines of music, which was sung largely in the Yoruba language to address their alleged informers, translate as follows:

"My people know me, forget the fact that they tried to give me a bad name.

So, you can also talk about me like that and consider yourself my friend. We eat and drink together. Only four days and you can not hide your hatred for me. You did
not expect me to come back. No one is holy and is not quick to judge. "

Okot Eboh in the title of the song is the name of the street in Ikoyi, where the office of the Commission of Economic and Financial Crimes (EFCC) is located in Lagos.

Watch the video below.

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