“Egungun Be Careful” by Obesere is our newly adopted national anthem, and Nigerians are making use of it in every necessary situation. If you’re confused about how and when to use it, we have compiled this list for your enjoyment. Read, digest, and remember: egungun be careful, because na express you dey go.
1. As a family anthem.
Mom was trying to caution little sister yesterday and she said "egungun be careful, na express you dey go,
" Dad echoed "moto no go jam you o" .
Obesere got my folks wilding 😂.
— Victor Babatunde (@vhic_tore) March 6, 2020
In case any msunery situation happens in the family or is about to happen, just cue in egungun be careful and watch the atmosphere return to normal. It’s a note of warning, and it can never ever go wrong.
2. As a lullaby
Babe: i wanna go to bed, please sing me a lullaby.
Me: egungun be careful na express you dey go…🎶🎶🎶
— Trouble PUNdit 🅨 (@fegiblitz) March 2, 2020
Is your little baby or your ‘adult’ baby in need of a lullaby to sleep? Obesere’s hit is something you should consider singing. It soothes the mind, calms the heart and ensures sweet dreams.
3. When it won’t stop playing in your head
See, music enters your head and stays stuck without your permission. Why am I singing Egungun be careful na express you dey go?
— SisiYėmmié.com 💛 (@Sisi_Yemmie) March 5, 2020
The music comes from a part of your brain that thinks with memories of sensations, such as sound. Give in to the cravings of your heart and let it all out. Egungun be what? Egungun be careful.
4. When Egungun finally enters trouble
When Egungun has been warned overtime but won’t listen. Ah,e don happen! Soldier don jam this egungun o.
5. When your bf misbehave
If your boyfriend has the slightest bit of care and concern towards you, he will remain blind to his selfish ways until you actually point them out. Egungun be what? Egungun be careful