- Nigerian singer, Harrysong, recently took to social media to react to the ongoing NDDC and National Assembly drama
- In an emotional video shared on Instagram, Harrysong said that it is not a laughing matter or something to be made into comedy skits
- The singer said that politicians were seen on national TV mentioning big amounts that they could not account for from money that should have been used to better the country
- Harrysong said youths should have taken to the streets to protest against its leaders
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The Nigerian society is one that has always left many citizens feeling crestfallen and hopeless. This seems to have become a norm that a number of people have already accepted it as their reality.
Recent happenings that were publicised on social media have however led to some people speaking up against the injustice in the country.
Just recently, Nigerian singer, Harrysong, shared a video on his Instagram page in reaction to the ongoing NDDC drama where the acting chairman of the commission, Professor Kemebradikumo Pondei, passed out while he was being cross-questioned by lawmakers at the hearing.
Pondei was one of the top officials of the NDDC fingered in the alleged N40 billion fraud.
See videos of some of the drama that went down below:
In reaction to the drama, Harrysong said that it was not a laughing matter that people should make comedy skits about. According to him, people in power were mentioning big amounts that they had stolen and continued to steal even though the country is in great debt.
Harrysong said that the money would have been used to make the country a better place but that the president continues to borrow money.
The singer said that by now, people should have been on the streets protesting against its corrupt leaders, saying they want a change and that they should all step down.
See the video below:
In another video, the singer prayed for the youths to see things clearly and do the right things.
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian actor and philanthropist, Williams Uchemba, took to social media to speak on the corrupt government and how the citizens should help each other.
The actor recounted how he came back into the country in 2017 and witnessed an old man get crushed to death by a truck while hawking N50 ice-cream on the highway.
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