Some Nigerian celebrities have urged President Muhammadu Buhari to proffer fast options to insecurity within the nation.
The likes of Banky Wellington, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Uti Nwachukwu and Leo Da Silva took to their Twitter handles to lament the latest violent bloodshed throughout states.
Banky W in his outrage stated ‘unfit for workplace individuals had been calling the pictures in Nigeria.
Agreeing with Banky’s assertions, Uti Nwachukwu described the state of affairs within the nation as miserable.
Different celebrities additionally vented their frustration over the nation’s safety state of affairs on Twitter.
Listed below are some feedback curated by DAILY POST;
@BankyW “ A lot dangerous information in Nigeria each day. We have now turn out to be numb to it. If it’s not homicide and kidnapping, it’s unrest and other people unfit for workplace calling the pictures. It’s like we’re in an abusive relationship with the nation we love. It’s exhausting. It’s draining. It’s miserable.”
@Ebuka “ The place is protected? Pricey Nigeria, be straightforward on us this week.”
@Uti “ Uti: Na wah. Nigeria. Violence. Which method? What might be executed at this level? What can truly be executed? We dwell in a very Unstable Nation.
“We don speak, We don taya, We don pray we don taya.
“Please a spiritualist ought to inform us our subsequent step oo. Cos hand don increase now now so!
@Leo “Something about Insecurity, blame the President. He’s the commander of the armed forces.”
That is coming after Nigeria reported essential safety points, killings in most components of the nation.
Their feedback comply with studies of kidnapping and the breakdown of regulation and order reported in lots of components of the nation on Monday.
From Anambra State to Kaduna, Yobe, Niger and Lagos States, there have been studies of violence and bloodshed.
Additionally Boko Haram hoisted its flag in Niger State, in Shiroro. an area authorities space that homes one in every of Nigeria’s largest energy stations, and is barely about 2 kilometres from Abuja, the nation’s capital.