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Falz Slams Nigerian Politicians Going About Campaign Activities, Ignoring The Country’s Disarray.

Folarin Falana popularly known as falz, Nigerian Singer has slammed politicians in Nigerian for their preoccupation with things that would bring them into power and the planned resumption of tolling operations at the Lekki Tollgate.

Folarin falana furious embedded in on the issue of the terror attack on the Abuja-Kaduna train that took place on the 29th of March, 2022.

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The Nigerian entertainer took to his official Twitter handle to wail out on the current issue facing the nation, Nigeria and the politicians are going about their campaigning activities while leaving the country in the state of disarray.

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According to the Tweep, he said , “Back to back bombings on the Kaduna-Abuja rail. Numerous Nigerian lives needlessly wasted and ABSOLUTELY NOTHING has been uttered about it.

“Soldiers committed gruesome murders on innocent Nigerians on the night of October 20, 2020. The reports of the Judicial Panel set up by govt indicted the LCC. Despite being complicit in these gory crimes, LCC is brave enough to announce toll collection. What kind of madness?”

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Photo Credit: Twitter | falzthebahdguy



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