- Singer J Martins has penned a note to former president Goodluck Jonathan on social media
- The music star spoke about the current state of the nation while making a comparison to Jonathan’s administration
- J Martins also pleaded with the ex-president to forgive those who betrayed him in the past and pray for his government
Nigerian singer J Martins has addressed a lengthy note to former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan via his official Instagram page.
J Martins started off his post by submitting that there has been a cap on freedom of speech in the country compared to when Jonathan was in power.
"The freedom of speech we all enjoyed during your stay in office as president of Nigeria is no longer available, yes we never valued it then sir."
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He also submitted that the level of corruption in the country is at an all-time high while making a second comparison to the Jonathan administration.
"The corruption your government was accused off then have now graduated with a double PhD in this prestigious government and yet they've kept a blind eye thinking that they will all go free? even if they leave government today? Nope never!"
J Martins highlighted other areas of concern in the country while decrying the daily experiences of fellow Nigerians.
The singer also took a swipe at those who betrayed the former president, noting that some of them are dead while others with no shame are still jumping from one political party to another.
He called on Jonathan to find it in his heart to forgive those who betrayed him and bless the country.
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See his full post below:
The singer’s post elicited mixed reactions from his fans and followers. Read some comments sighted below:
"Word !!! Yes we miss you Jonathan."
"Lol naija people. No be una dey find change. Now the change is here to stay."
"There was once a Country called Nigeria."
The Nigerians showed their support for the Nigerian leader who went on a medical trip to the UK. The supporters of the president carried placards saying they are praying for him and wishing him well.
Source: Legit Nigeria