Simi says people shouldn’t rain curses on kids of Nigerian politicians

Simi says people shouldn’t rain curses on kids of Nigerian politicians

- Simi has taken to social media to explain why children of politicians shouldn't be bashed

- According to her, this could affect their mental health

- The singer is one of the Nigerian celebrities who has remained vocal about the fight for a better Nigeria

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With Nigerian politicians currently receiving heavy backlash over the situation of things in the country, their families aren't left out on the bash train.

However, it appears not everyone is in support of children suffering for the sins of their fathers. Nigerian singer, Simisola Ogunleye better known as Simi, has taken to social media to share her thoughts.

Singer Simi says people shouldn’t rain curses on the kids of Nigerian politicians
Simi advised against cursing the kids of politicians. Photo credit: @SymplySimi/Twitter
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In a recent Twitter post, Simi who has been very expressive about her dislike for Nigerian politicians and the state of the country stated that children of these people shouldn't have to suffer for the crimes of their parents.

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According to her, people shouldn't curse them as it could have an effect on their mental health.

She wrote:

"I feel like we really shouldn't be raining curses on the children of these people. I understand the agitation and that most of them don't care about us, but the goal is to be better than them and I can't imagine it's good for the mental health of them kids. We can rise above it."

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Only a few hours ago, Simi joined other celebrities on Twitter to express their disapproval of Desmond Elliot's now-viral remarks during a plenary session at the Lagos House of Assembly.

Elliot became a subject of derision after he stated that Nigerian youths make use of social media to promote hate speech.

Simi held no words back when she blasted him on Twitter.

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In other news, education is no doubt an important factor in the lives of most people and it has even been described by many as the key to success.

Despite the rosiness of how education has been made to seem, a great number of people, particularly in Nigeria, end up deviating from what they studied in school to make ends meet.

Just recently, Simi took to social media via her Instastory to speak on the education system.

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