- Walter Anga recently expressed concern over the current standard of living in Nigeria
- Reacting to the cost of sachet water, the Nollywood actor questioned the fate of the common man
- According to him, a time will come when the poor would feed on the rich
Talented Nollywood actor, Walter Anga, has taken to social media to bemoan the challenges people are facing in Nigeria.
Sharing a photo, he reacted to the increase in the price of sachet water popularly known as 'pure water' which he stated had gone up to N20 per sachet.
The actor pondered on how the common man was expected to survive when he could barely afford to pay for light and shelter.
"A sachet of pure water is now #20...What is left for a common man? When he can't afford to buy 2k units for electricity in a month talkless of him paying his house rent @150k annually and minimum wage is #30k. Time dey come when the poor will feed from the rich by fire by force."
Some fans agreed with his post.
"My brother we are all short of words but may God help and deliver our motherland."
"So sad honestly."
Meanwhile, much-loved Nigerian singer, Teni, let some things off her chest about the country in a recent post on social media. The Billionaire crooner who seemed very dissatisfied about the state of things complained about still being in the country.
Tweeting further, the plus-sized music star shared her thoughts on how people should be celebrated for surviving the country. According to her, they should be given awards.
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In other news, it appears Nollywood is where the money is and it is evident in how often film stars splash millions on acquiring properties and automobiles.
Nnaemeka who is a filmmaker can be seen in the video running into the house as Etiko congratulates her and takes a video mini-tour of the newly acquired car.
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