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Comedian I Go Die advises Buhari on what to do for Nigerians



Comedian I Go Die advises Buhari in what to do for Nigerians to support his war against corruption

Stand-up comedian, I Go Dye has weighed-in on the falling standards of education and the growing worry of insecurity in the country blaming the problems on the festering cancer of corruption.

The humour merchant bared his mind on both issues moments after he was declared an Ambassador of the Make a Difference Against Corruption Today (MadACT) campaign by the Youth Alive Foundation (YAF).

He also charged President Muhammadu Buhari to publish names of corrupt politicians in the country, “so that Nigerians will know their real enemies” as a matter of urgency.

Read also: Falz slams Buhari govt over Plateau bloodbath

“Today, the reason why some of us lost our parents, brothers and relatives, is because of bad healthcare and that is caused by corruption. The reason our education system is bad and the reason why there is no light in the country is because of corruption.

“I believe that corruption is more dangerous than Boko Haram and Herdsmen and for us to fight it, the president has to be more transparent to publish the names of corrupt politicians.

“He should not be bias, be it APC or PDP or any other party, Nigerians need to know their real enemies and also yield their voices no matter how little it is, their voices can be heard,” the comedian declared.

His comments are coming days after rapper Folarin Falana known better as Falz in music circles reacted angrily to the recent killing of no less than 86 people and the injuring of scores of others following a bloody attack by suspected herdsmen on 11 villages in Plateau State.

The rapper, who took to Twitter to express his disappointment at the incident decried the disturbing level of insensitivity to the daily massacre of Nigerians and also expressed concern that the situation is getting out of control.


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