Nigerian popular Fuji maestro, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal, popularly called K1 De Ultimate, has categorically told President Bola Tinubu that Nigerians are currently going through hard times, suffering and angry with his government due to the current state of the economy which has brought hardship to millions of people.
K1, who said this in a video recording that surfaced on Thursday during one of his recent stage performances, said Nigerians are crying, and he pleaded with the President to find a quick fix to the problems before the opposition ride on that to criticise his administration.
“I plead with you to find a solution to the plight of the masses. The citizens are crying and wailing. We’re suffering amid a lack of adequate power supply. How did things get to this point? I implore you to fix these problems,” K1 sang in the video.
“Listen to the complaints of the masses and treat such complaints with all seriousness.We know you to be a philanthropist, but we Nigerians are angry. The people of Nigeria are angry. The traders in this country are not happy. Look at what the dollar has become (a reference to the exchange rate),” K1 added.
The popular musician also wondered why kidnapping incidents have been on the increase recently and called on the President to deal with the issue promptly.
He also appealed to Nigerians to persevere and exercise more patience with Tinubu, assuring them that this government will resolve all the challenges facing the country.
K1, however, asked those who are profiting from the suffering of the masses to bury their heads in shame.
K1 has in the past sung the President’s praises in some of his records and was on his campaign trail in the build-up to the 2023 presidential election.
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