Nigeria celebrities are using their platforms to condemn the constant killings, abduction and kidnapping presently taking over the country.
Since the beginning of the week, there has been series of bad reports all over the media ranging from killings to abduction to insecurity and kidnapping. The Northern States have been at the forefront of this crimes as many of the citizens are panicking over the increase in the vices.
Taking the lead, Nigeria Singer and political aspirant, Banky W took to his Twitter to condemn the continous killings in the country. He stated that Nigerians have become accustomed to bad news that we have now become deaf.
“So much bad news in Nigeria every day… We’ve become numb to it. If it’s not murder and kidnapping, it’s unrest and people unfit for office calling the shots. It’s like we are in an abusive relationship with the country we love. It’s exhausting. It’s draining. It’s depressing”.
Nigeria power singer, Davido, also took to his Twitter page to lament over the situation. The singer prayed for God’s intervention because the citizens have heard and seen enough.
“God help Nigeria…. at this point… We are all tired”.
BBN reality star, Kiddwaya, also bemoaned over the killings and high rate of insecurity the country is facing.
The son of Nigeria billionaire, Terry Waya,took to his Twitter page to claim that he has been having lots of sleepless nights due to the country’s present state. He went further to state that he has been having lots of nightmares which has left him in tears.
“I woke up in tears this morning, I just couldn’t sleep. How can I? I can hear the gunshots and cries in my dreams. Our nation is burning and no one is hearing us”.
Nigeria Singer and former Mavins Record artiste, Reekado Banks also lent his voice to the rapid crime rate.
He stated that the country is on its way to a civil war as politicians are perpetrating the attacks to aid their political schemes. He also cautioned citizens to take actions that would promote peace as they are the ones who would bear the brunt if a civil war breaks out.
“Nigeria is on the brink of a civil war & politicians are doing everything to enable it because their schemes thrive in havoc & when there’s a divide. As citizens, who will suffer the most from this impending disaster, we must do everything within our power to champion peace”.