War On Nigerian Govt: Like Omotola Jalade, see the latest celeb to challenge Buhari-Osinabjo administration

It seems Nigerian celebrities are intensely discontent with the situation of the nation and some are currently denouncing the present administration on social media. It was earlier how Nollywood star, Omotola Jalade scrutinized the Buhari-Osinbajo administration and expressed that the nation is repulsive under their initiative.

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Just recently, Laura Ikeji appeared to have bounced on a similar boat when she shared a post on her Instagram page assaulting the present government and expressing that they ought to cover their faces in shame.

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Laura who is currently with her family in Paris spat fire and recorded a portion of the issues shaking Nigerian. Laura mentioned the way that SARS/Police are killing innocent citizens, hunger in the land and individuals are afraid to function as members of the society because there is insecurity and poverty in the country.


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Government officials I mean. There was a country indeed.

A post shared by Laura Ikeji Kanu?? (@lauraikeji) on Apr 15, 2019 at 2:58am PDT

In other related news, actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde shared her bit of psyche on Twitter, in a short post in which she called out to President Mohammadu Buhari and Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, and lamented the unfavorable living conditions that have ravaged the country under their watch.

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She noted that the poor circulation of cash in the nation combined with inadequacies of officers of the law is going to influence the nation to implode as citizens are being placed in a state of fear, insecurity and desperation.

See her post below:

“The Country Under your watch is Hellish! @ProfOsinbajo @MBuhari @NGRPresident The lack of Money in circulation,Now coupled with the Continuous Assault n Killings by Uniformed men’ll make this Country implode!!!It’s Unbearable! Do something!Insecurity!Fear n Desperation everywhere.”

Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari is said to be weighing his options for a new cabinet ahead of the commencement of his second term in office.

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The president is said to be considering starting his second term on a fresh slate, sending home all the incumbent ministers except one or two of them.

Also, unlike in 2015 when it took him about six months to show up with his list of ministers, the president’s list would be ready by June.