Davido Attacks Those Supporting Buhari’s Government
Davido attacks those supporting Buhari’s Government on social media because for him the government has failed in properly carrying out its duties.
Nigerian singer and popular baby daddy, Davido has taken to the microblogging platform, Twitter to attack all those who are in support of this present administration.
According to the father of four via his verified Twitter handle, anyone who is in support of Buhari’s Government ought to be in hellfire.
The statement was made while he was reacting to the reports of a clergyman, Fr Mbaka, who was reported missing days after he criticized the Buhari-led government.
He wrote; ”God how did it get to this man !!! Anybody supporting this government suppose go hellfire Walai …. it’s not even ridiculous no more it’s disgusting and evil !!!!”
The popular Nigerian artiste has made it clear from his statement that he is not in support of this administration and therefore also frowns at anyone who supports the government.
Meanwhile, some hours after reports of his disappearance, the spiritual leader of the Adoration Ministry, Rev. Father Ejike Mbaka has come back on the scene.
The renowned clergy whose whereabouts were initially declared as unknown by an Igbo group, however, reappeared to protesters who had gathered at the Bishop’s court in Enugu to demand his release by whoever is responsible for his disappearance.
Mbaka in his ride as seen in a video released a few moments waved at the protesters who could not hide their joy of beholding their spiritual leader.
The clergyman is safe and sound with no reports yet regarding his initial sudden disappearance. But it is interesting to see how even our artists and prominent personalities in the country are starting to speak up about this present administration.
The current security issues facing the country are not news and it is only natural for individuals to blame the leader for not effectively carrying out its job of securing the lives of citizens.
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