- Nigerian singer, DJ Switch, has taken to social media to share her grievances about the government of the country
- Switch reacted to the N27 billion approval for the renovation of the National Assembly
- The singer called on other celebs to use their platform to speak against it to enforce a change
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A lot of issues seem to be quite prevalent on social media including the issue of the N27b approval for the renovation of the National Assembly in Nigeria.
Many countries in the world are facing a lot of issues and Nigeria being a third world country is not left out and needs all the help it can get.
However, it came as a surprise to many that the federal government has approved N27 billion to be spent on the renovation of the National Assembly.
Nigerian singer, DJ Switch, was quite scandalised by the news and she took to social media via her Instagram page to react to it.
According to the music star, she is wondering if it is the throne of God they want to renovate because she is tired of everything.
Switch called on other celebrities to advocate against this on their platforms because the issue must not be brushed aside. She said that if their voices can come together to make a change, then people should imagine what their steps can do.
See her post below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian singers, Banky W and Wizkid, also reacted to the N27 billion approval for National Assembly renovation.
Banky W in a post shared on his official Twitter page lampooned the FG and noted that there are other pressing needs in the country.
According to the singer, Nigerians are in dire need of funds for food, healthcare among other things.
In a different tweet, a concerned Banky W noted that citizens of the country are starving yet the National Assembly deems it fit to spend that much on renovations.
Reacting to Banky’s grievances, Wizkid noted that the country is in a mess while adding that leaders are useless.
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