- Cubana Chiefpriest has shared his thoughts about the Nigerian government
- Following reports of COVID-19 palliative discovered in warehouses, Chiefpriest expressed his concern about why people still believe in the government
- The self-acclaimed celebrity barman also asked why God would watch the oppression continue
Cubana Chiefpriest has always been one to lend his voice to issues concerning Nigeria and the COVID-19 palliative looting was not exempted.
The self-acclaimed celebrity barman shared his thoughts about the ongoing nationwide looting on his Instagram page.
He expressed his concerns over the belief people have in a government who according to him, can not provide basic amenities for its citizens like good roads and proper health care.
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Cubana also spoke about the rise in the price of a bag of rice in Nigeria which is ten times over the price for a bag of cement.
The summary of his post is a stirring of hopelessness and uncertainty over a government who allegedly refused to distribute palliatives to its citizens in a time of need.
He also hammered on the fact that people should not expect much from a government who refused to give its citizens what is rightfully theirs.
Read the post below:
"So funny how we are expecting light, good roads, health care, security, education, development, empowerment Etc from people that refused to give us ccommon noodles to eat. As of today cement na 4,000 rice na 38,000 we are finished, sometimes I wonder if God dey for real because how can God comfortably watch these oppressors oppress us. This country na wah !!!! To me it can only get worse."
See post below:
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In other news, Nigerian beauty entrepreneur and lawyer, Tara Fela-Durotoye, has taken to social media to show the current state of her store which was by vandalized by hoodlums who carted away with her products.
Tara shared a video of her empty store which suffered the same fate as other stores in the shopping mall.
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