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2023: Wake up and uphold what is right, Samklef charges Nigerians



Popular music producer, Samuel Oguachuba fondly called Samklef has called on “Nigerians to wake up and uphold what’s right” come the 2023 elections.

The Molowo Noni singer left a debatable comment on his Twitter handle on Tuesday when he opined that “Nigerians will make the wrong decision” in the upcoming elections.

In the tweet, the blogger however called on Nigerians to prove him wrong by doing the right thing.

“2023 election Nigerians will make the wrong decision. I pray they prove me wrong. Nigerians wake up and uphold what is right,” his tweets read.

Speaking in a separate tweet, Samklef opened op on his displeasure with the wat the country is being run by the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd).

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“Nigeria is a nation governed by Fulani minority lunatics with all the three branches of government run by them,” he added in a separate tweet.

His comments come at a time when the unity of the country is being threatened by ethnic clashes between the Yorubas and Hausa in the south-west, as well as terrorism, banditry and the unchecked kidnappings and killings across the country, which has been blamed on the AK-47 wielding Fulani herdsmen.

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There is also the issue of instability in the economy – recall that the country just eased out of recession according to the Nigerian Gross Domestic Product (GDP) report for (Q4 and Full Year 2020) which was released on Thursday in Abuja.

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), revealed that Nigeria’s GDP grew by 0.11 per cent in Quarter Four (Q4) 2020, from the 6.11 per cent contraction in Q3, signalling a gradual recovery from recession.

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However, speaking in a previous tweet, the Suwe singer opined that a democratically elected government that can’t deal with criticism should resign and allow young souls to lead the country.

“We voted for democratic government and if any presidency can’t take criticism, make dem resign.. stop using DSS to threaten people. We need a young soul to lead us, come 2023. No past soldier or custom. A pure soul that will listen and lead.

“We need somebody that can run Nigeria as a business. Who do you think will be the best candidate for 2023?”