- Davido said he found it painful that what started as a peaceful protest was hijacked and turned into complete anarchy
- According to the singer, the turn out of events was disrespectful to the people who had lost their lives in the struggle
- The star also mentioned that before any change can happen, there had to be law and order in the country
Nigerian artiste, Davido, has said he did not like the fact that the protests which started as a peaceful call for change had degenerated into the looting of stores and destroying public amenities meant to ease the life of the masses.
Davido also said that it was a total disrespect to those who had lost their lives during the peaceful protest and destruction of properties was not a good way to honour their memories.
The Fem crooner mentioned that there had to be law and order for changes to happen in the country.
The star then called for an end to the lootings and burnings going on nationwide.
See his tweet below:
He said Nigeria needed to be in order for any meaningful change to take place.
The tweets provoked mixed reactions from some of his fans as they took to the comment section to express their opinion.
Here's what some of them had to say:
Someone asked why start a protest if it cannot be seen through.
Another tweep is not happy that the youths refused to dialogue with the government.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Davido said he couldn't sleep because of the current state of the country.
In the post which the star shared on Twitter, he noted that he was sure that Nigerians had not been sleeping as well.
He wrote on Twitter:
"Can’t sleep ... I’m sure y’all can’t too sigh"
Several Nigerians expressed their frustrations and opinions in the comment section as most of them stated that they were tired of the current state of affairs in the country.
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