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Daddy Showkey Spits Fire, Condemns Buhari

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Popular Nigerian singer, Daddy Showkey has lambasted President Muhammadu Buhari over the spate of killings in some parts of Nigeria.

Naija News reports that Daddy Showkey took to a micro-blogging site, Twitter to condemn the President and his administration over the recent killings in some parts of the country including Zamfara and Kaduna that have come under repeated attacks by suspected hoodlums this year, a development that have left scores dead and several others badly injured.

Owing to the series of attack, Daddy Showkey decided to cry out after he was struck by the most recent attack by the SARS operatives on a couple who was on Saturday morning attacked ontheir way from a night club in the Apapa area of Lagos state by some operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

Daddy Showkey took to his Twitter handle to described Nigeria’s security operatives as madmen who parade themselves on Nigerian roads and went further to condemn Buhari in his tweet that implies that the administration of Buhari does not have the interest and wellbeing of the masses at heart.

“I will tell the truth the people in power don’t care about the common man maybe because this happened in Ajegunle our lives means nothing they have shown us in so many ways that we leaving,” he said in his tweet.

Daddy Showkey said that the blood of the innocent will hunt for their killers and maintained that justice must be served to avenge the death of the innocent.

 


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Last Modified: 10 July, 2019 at 10:45 am