Entertainment Saved Nigeria: Multiple Award-Winning Singer Davido Declares, Stirs Reactions

Entertainment Saved Nigeria: Multiple Award-Winning Singer Davido Declares, Stirs Reactions

- Singer Davido has made an interesting declaration on social media

- The 30 BG singer submitted that the entertainment industry takes major credit for saving Nigeria

- Davido’s post was received with mixed reactions from fellow Nigerians in the online community

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Nigerian singer Davido doesn’t take a back seat when it comes to speaking up about issues in the country and he recently got people talking with his latest Twitter post.

The multiple award-winning singer made a declaration that the entertainment industry saved the entire country.

Entertainment saved Nigeria, Multiple Award Winning Singer Davido Declares, Stirs Reactions
Davido says the entertainment industry saved Nigeria. Photo: @davido
Source: Instagram

The singer’s short tweet read:

"ENTERTAINMENT SAVED NIGERIA!"

See below:

Upon sharing the post, many Nigerians with different views were spotted in his comment section.

Read a few comments sighted below:

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@danielregha wrote:

"Entertainment hasn't saved Nigeria; It only helps in catapulting Nigeria & Nigerians creativity in the limelight. Honestly speaking entertainment has done more harm than good cos a lot of people especially the youths emulate some immoral behaviours from what they hear & watch."

@iamabiodunaa wrote:

"No, advanced technology did. There has always been entertainment. Technology made it bigger and easily accessible."

@thechristomain had this to say:

"In Africa, Nigeria is the biggest in entertainment, not that there’s no technology there, it’s same just as it is in Nigeria, however Nigerian artists put more work and carrying the industry outside Africa."

@2dreamz wrote:

"I wouldn't say "saved Nigeria" because I think Nigerians are amongst the most talented and hardworking people in Africa, in every domain. But yes, Entertainment has added a lot more weight to Nigeria's CV as a country in the international community. I absolutely love Nigeria."

In a different tweet, the 30 BG crooner noted that the country has gotten to a point where corrupt officeholders are also trying to move to other countries.

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See his tweet below:

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Just some days ago, Legit.ng reported that the singer shared a post on his Twitter page noting the state of mind of many Nigerians.

According to him, a lot of people are tired of happenings in the country. Many who agreed with Davido’s tweet also bared their minds in his comment section.

Source: Legit Nigeria

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