- Recent happenings in the country have left a lot of Nigerians feeling agitated and beat down
- Singer Davido in a recent Twitter post submitted that citizens of the country are tired
- Davido’s post garnered mixed reactions from members of the online community
The past few weeks have left a lot of Nigerians taking to social media to voice out their concerns about the state of the nation and celebrities are not left out of those speaking up.
Just recently, singer Davido, took to his official page on Twitter with a post suggesting that a lot of Nigerians are already tired of all the things going wrong in the country.
The Jowo crooner in his short tweet also called on God to have mercy on Nigeria. In his words:
"God help Nigeria .... at this point .. we are all tired..."
See his tweet below:
Davido’s tweet became an avenue for other concerned citizens to speak about their concerns especially as it regards spike in kidnappings and insecurity.
Read some comments sighted under the post below:
"Unite and begin to speak for detailed changes. Follow up on ALL decisions/changes reached by the willing and honestly mark your score card as a people. Then, you will know you have begun something positive."
"Yes O, the rate of violence, killing, banditry, kidnapping & insurgency is alarming. In the last 2months, we wake up to sad news every day. Before we push our agitations to civil war, let's try & read Heros written by festus iyayi. The real beneficiary of every doesn't fight in it."
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"No offense but Nigerians are suffering cos the govt gets away with their evil deeds & celebs who ought to advocate for us are busy chasing clout. Most celebs come on the net to form activists but dine with the same leaders oppressing us secretly. Don't just pray, be an activist."
"The celebrities need to come together and use their voices now more than ever, let’s take back our country!"
"I seriously pray that God will intervene....me am so tired of this country. As it is now I don't know what the future holds for us especially the youths in this country."
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that former Mavin artiste, Reekado Banks, delivered a charge for fellow Nigerians via a post shared on his official Twitter page.
The Rora crooner in his post stressed the importance of citizens championing peace regardless of all that is going on in the country at the moment.