- Popular musician, Tekno Miles, has proffered a solution to end lingering Nigeria's problems over the years
- Tekno suggested the easy way for the country is to arrest everyone that needs to be arrested without looking back
- Nigerians have reacted differently to the musician's suggestions, while some agreed with him, others advised him to continue to make beats
Music star, Augustine Miles Kelechi popularly called Tekno Miles, has shared a simple way of ending Nigeria's problems on social media.
The singer in a post about the state of the nation said he has got a lasting solution to Nigeria's situation.
In a post that stirred massive reactions from the citizens of the country, Tekno said:
"It's easy to fix Nigeria, ask me how: Arrest everybody needs to be arrested."
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Check out his post below:
Nigerians have reacted differently to Tekno's suggestion. While some agreed with his standpoint, others said he typed under the influence of different substances.
Legit.ng picked some of the comments, read below:
"When those supposed to be arrested are the ones arresting?"
"You sef come back let’s do this together."
"How many people go enter prison bayi even the so called officers that collect bribe."
"Nigeria will be great someday when we have the good ones in politics."
"Tekno, continue to dey make beats, i use God beg you."
"Ok. Please everyone get your note pad because it's about to go down."
"The best solution but will never ever happen because even the people that will go for the arrest need to be arrested too."
"Na wetin u suppose do since nah...oya we de wait you."
"True talk ooh but some people go take am as play."
Tekno relocates to the United States
Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian music star, Tekno Miles relocated to the United States.
He shared a video confirming the development on his social media page and expressed his love for the country but sighted reasons he cannot stay.
According to him, issues surrounding the supposed name change in the country to UAR informed his decision.
The video stirred reactions from social media users.