“Some People Will Still Queue to Vote Those Who Brought Us Hardship”: Paul Psquare Laments Nigeria’s Situation
- Popular Nigerian singer, PSquare’s Paul Okoye, has lamented over the stress people go through to get basic things in the country
- In the wake of the naira scarcity, Paul spoke on how Nigerians have to queue for fuel, PVC, and more
- According to him, some backward people will still go out and queue to vote for those who brought the hardship
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Popular Nigerian singer, Paul Okoye of PSquare, has lamented about the situation of things in the wake of the naira scarcity.
As many Nigerians all over the country continue to struggle to get the new naira notes, Paul took to his page to speak.
The music star complained about how Nigerians queue to do basic things such as buying fuel, registering and collecting PVCs, getting money from banks and more.
According to him, despite all of these, some people will still go and queue to vote for those who brought them suffering.
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“Fuel stations = queue, Banks = queue, Pvc's = queue, Imigrations = queue, P.O.s = queue
"Las las some backward people go still enter queue to vote the queuers who brought hardships and suffering on them. Tufiakwa!!!”
See a screenshot of his post below:
Nigerians react as PSquare’s Paul Okoye speaks on the many queues in the country
Shortly after the music star lamented the situation of things in Nigeria, his post went viral and some netizens reacted. Read some of their comments below:
“Sad but true.”
“It's horrible indeed, why we ask who do us this? You just nailed it.”
“Only God can save us.”
“Baba leave them to Dey play e go touch everybody we mistake his/her vote.”
Femi Adebayo laments the scarcity of new naira notes
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Popular Nigerian actor, Femi Adebayo Salami, has now made the news after he joined many other citizens to complain about the scarcity of naira notes.
After a deadline was placed on the exchange of old notes for new notes, the naira seemed to become very scarce with people going through a lot just to lay their hands on them.
Nollywood actor, Femi Adebayo, was not left out and he took to his social media page to lament as he shared his own ordeal.