- Singer Reekado Banks has delivered a charge for fellow Nigerians in a Twitter post
- The music star stressed the importance of championing peace amid all that is going on in the country
- Reekado’s post sparked mixed reactions from his followers on social media
More Nigerian celebrities are using their platforms to speak about issues in the country and the latest to do so is former Mavin Records artiste, Reekado Banks.
Taking to his official Twitter page, the Problem crooner submitted that the country is on the verge of civil war and he accused those in power of doing all they can to enable the development. According to him, they thrive in havoc.
"Nigeria is on the brink of civil war & the politicians are doing everything to enable it because their schemes thrive in havoc & when there’s a divide."
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He, therefore, stressed the importance of championing peace in spite of all that is happening in the country.
In his words:
"As citizens, who will suffer the most from this impending disaster, we must do everything within our power to champion peace."
See his post below:
The singer also managed to stir reactions from his followers with the post. Read some comments sighted on his page below:
"Nigeria is not on the brink of any civil war. Let's reduce the talk about that narrative abeg."
"Nigeria is not on the brink of any civil war. If anything, Nigeria is on the brink of rebirth."
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"Thank you for using this platform to preach peace."
"The first celebrity I’m seeing who’s talking about this apart from samklef!. May God bless you bro. Many of your colleagues have forgotten that no country no fans!"
"No peace for the evil politicians and I appreciate your efforts in tweeting this today, so many of your kind are so afraid to talk. Weldon Reekado banks."
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Similarly, Legit.ng previously reported that singer J Martins penned a note to former president Goodluck Jonathan on Instagram.
He spoke about the current state of the nation while making a comparison to Jonathan’s administration. The singer also pleaded with the ex-president to forgive those who betrayed him in the past and pray for his government