Adekunle Gold reacts to generator ban, says it's not a genius idea

Adekunle Gold reacts to generator ban, says it's not a genius idea

- Nigerian singer Adekunle Gold has aired his opinion about the proposed generator ban

- The Jore crooner took to his social media page to bare his mind

- Gold noted that the idea is not a genius one

Nigerian singer Adekunle Gold has always been vocal about issues happening in the country and once again, he has shared his opinion over the generator ban proposed by the Nigerian senate.

The singer took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to air his view. earlier reported that the bill banning generator in the country was sponsored by Senator Bima Enagi. According to the senator, the ban would tackle environmental pollution and help develop the power sector. The bill also proposed 10-year punishment for dealers involved in generators importation.

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As soon as the news hit the internet, many Nigerians took to various social media platforms to share their thought about it. And just like many other citizens, singer Adekunle Gold has also shared what he thinks about the bill.

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According to him, the government who is yet to provide constant power supply should not concern itself on banning generators.

Read what he said below:

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In other news, earlier reported that Adekunle Gold charged parents with male children to raise them properly. Gold in a post shared on his official Twitter page condemned the popular saying that ‘boys will always be boys’. According to him, the statement is just a lazy parenting strategy. The singer while explaining his point further noted that anyone that has a child also has the responsibility to raise such a child properly.

Adekunle Gold also openly begged for God's forgiveness. The music star took to his page on the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to seek the forgiveness of the Lord, on behalf of himself and another music industry colleague. Gold prayed that the good Lord to forgive him for taking so long to work with singer Kizz Daniel on a song. In the posts that followed, the singer revealed to his followers that he is set to release a new collaboration that features the Jaho crooner.

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