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Teni Expresses Nostalgia Over National Anthem Change to “Nigeria, We Hail Thee”

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Popular singer Teniola Apata, known as Teni, has reacted to the change of Nigeria’s national anthem.

President Bola Tinubu recently signed the National Anthem Bill 2024 into law, reinstating the old anthem, “Nigeria, We Hail Thee.”

In response, Teni expressed that she would miss the replaced anthem, “Arise, O Compatriots,” which she associated with many childhood memories.

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On her X handle, Teni wrote: “Arise o compatriots, I’ll miss you. Thank you for so many childhood memories. Till we meet again, love SM.”

“Arise, O Compatriots” was adopted as Nigeria’s national anthem in 1978, with lyrics composed by John A. Ilechukwu, Eme Etim Akpan, B. A. Ogunnaike, Sota Omoigui, and P. O. Aderibigbe. It was performed by the Nigeria Police Band under the direction of B. E. Odiasse.

With the signing of the National Anthem Bill 2024, “Arise, O Compatriots” has been officially replaced by the old anthem, “Nigeria, We Hail Thee.”

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