Our Government Creating Conditions For Trouble: Naira Marley

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Naira Marley
Naira Marley

Fast-rising Nigerian singer, Afeez Fashola popularly known as Naira Marley has fumed that the Nigerian government is creating conditions for problems.

According to the singer, what the government is creating can have a dramatic effect.

He further highlighted how the government is creating these conditions by accusing them of Neglecting youths on the street with no hope, no support and no future.

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He made this known via his official Twitter handle on Tuesday.

He wrote:

Our government’s creating conditions for trouble (that can have dramatic consequences) Neglecting youths on the street with no hope, no support and no future.

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