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‘I’m in pain right now’ Singer Harrysong goes on a rant concerning the state of the nation

Nigerian singer Harry Song has expressed his displeasure over the country state, ranging from insecurity, kidnapping and Boko Haram activities.

In a post shared on his Instagram story, the singer disclosed he is currently in pain and anger with the way things have gone so wrong in the country, especially after the Buhari government boasted they were best for the job while condemning Jonathan.

Harry Song also felt pained that some Boko Haram members are distributing Ramadan welfare packages that include food and money to residents of Borno and Yobe when it is the sole responsibility of the government.

The singer added that God would punish anyone that will campaign for the All Progressive Congress in the 2023 presidential elections.

He wrote: I’m typing this in anger and in pain right now. Boko Haram is distributing rice and money to the people of Yobe and Borno rit now for Ramadan? In this same Nigerian where Buhari government boasted they were the best for this job? condemning Jonathan? God will punish anybody that tries to campaign for president in Nigeria in 2023.

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Reno Omokri calls Tinubu ‘hypocrite’ for asking Nigerians to pray for Buhari

Tinubu and Buhari

A former media aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has criticized the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, for asking Nigerians to pray for President Muhammadu Buhari.

Omokri called Tinubu a hypocrite over his remarks.

He was reacting to former Governor of Lagos' Salah message, where he urged Nigerians to put aside their political differences and pray for the President.

Tinubu had said Nigerians should pray that God gives Buhari strength and wisdom to protect Nigerians.

Reacting, Omokri wondered why Tinubu never asked Nigerians to pray for Jonathan while he was in power.

In a tweet, the former presidential aide wrote: "In a statement today, Bola @AsiwajuTinubu asked Nigerians to 'put politics...

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