- Top Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade, has joined the growing list of Nigerian celebrities reacting to the state of the nation
- In series of tweets on social media, she said Nigerians had become accustomed to hearing bad news
- The singer also shared a photo of a little boy and prayed the country wouldn’t fail him like it failed those before him
One of Nigeria’s top female musicians, Yemi Alade, has also lent her voice to the ongoing unrest in the country via her social media page.
Taking to Twitter, the self-styled Mama Africa spoke on how Nigerians seemed to have become used to bad things.
According to her, the kidnaps and deaths going on in the country had become normal news for people in the country. She added that citizens have now become people who manage an open madhouse.
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In her words:
“Nigerians have gotten used to hearing bad news ,kidnap, deaths, .We have become managers of an open house asylum!”
In another post, the music star questioned the commander of the armed forces. She asked what forces they were commanding.
In a final note on her Instagram page, Alade shared a photo from the set of her video shoot. In the snap, she was carrying a little boy.
The singer said that the child’s reaction during the shoot gave her hope. She also went ahead to pray for Nigeria not to fail the baby the way it had failed others.
“I Pray Nigeria doesn't let him down the way she let Us down”
See the post below:
Read some of the reactions to her post below:
George disagreed with Alade:
Mozel expressed his tiredness:
Big Jim had this to say:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that another top music star, Davido, also reacted to the state of the nation and said that the people are tired.
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..."
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