DJ Benny has put himself in the spotlight at the presidential primary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) on account of his tracklist for the night.
The APC had its primaries on June 7 to choose a candidate to represent the party in the 2023 presidential elections.
The DJ’s choice of songs for convention received admiration from viewers online.
The song ‘Buga’ by Kizz Daniel was a top choice for the DJ as the likes of Tinubu and Yahala Bello took to the stage to present their speeches.
An interesting line in the song was where listeners are called to “wake up”, “don’t sleep”, and “collect your money”.
For many persons at the scene, including party delegates, the song served as a reminder to milk the contestant, yet do what has to be done, in the face of persisting allegations of financial inducement.
Another top choice was ‘Ameno Amapiano’ which the DJ played as an entry song for Tunde Bakare.
‘Ameno’ is often played to portray a personality of extravagance and financial influence.
Here are some tweets on the DJ below:
“Buga won” is really the entry song for Yahaya Bello 😂😂😂
— Tola (@adetolaov) June 7, 2022
Bola Ahmed Tinubu should find that DJ that played Buga and reward him handsomely.
— Ọládélé 🇳🇬 (@Theoladeledada) June 7, 2022
When the DJ knack Yahaya ‘Buga,’ the Association of Nigerian parents rose with reckless abandon.
‘Bugs’ is the real pandemic and Kizz Daniel is Wuhan.#APCPrimaries
— Motolani Alake (@OneMotolani) June 7, 2022
Tinubu going to speak & DJ played Buga 😂😂
He should find the DJ & reward handsomely.
— POOJA!!! (@PoojaMedia) June 7, 2022
The Dj should be paid extra money please
— Bizzleosikoya.eth (@bizzleosikoya) June 7, 2022
The DJ is the only competent person at the APC primaries tonight.
— Eromo Egbejule (@EromoEgbejule) June 7, 2022
After this APC Primary, dem suppose find the Dj wipe am cord for neck.😂
— Alhaji Beardless Smallie👳🏽♀️ (@SMiTHiE___) June 7, 2022
Can someone at the APC convention tell the DJ to stop playing no sleep wake up collect your money?
— Sally Suleiman (@is_salsu) June 7, 2022