Popular Nigerian singer, Paul Okoye of PSquare, has complained about the many queues in the country amid the naira scarcity troubling many.
Few days ago Paul Okoye slams the senates about the deadline for exchanging the Naira notes to be extended to June 2023 due to concerns about the limited availability of the newly redesigned notes to common Nigerians.
In a post on his Instagram page, Paul stated that the lawmakers are now speaking up because this particular policy affects them and the election. He went on to ask where the lawmakers were when palliatives were hidden during the pandemic. He added that God is “helping Nigerians avoid vote buying.”
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Paul took to his page to speak as numerous Nigerians across the nation continued to struggle to obtain the new naira notes.
The music star lamented about the long queue Nigerians had to stand in order to buy basic things like fuel, registering and collecting PVCs, obtaining cash from banks, and more.
According to him, despite all of these, some people would still queue up to cast their votes for those who had caused them pain.
“Fuel stations = queue, Banks = queue, Pvc’s = queue, Imigrations = queue, P.O.s = queue “Las las some backward people go still enter queue to vote the queuers who brought hardships and suffering on them. Tufiakwa!!!”
Nigerians respond to PSquare’s Paul Okoye’s comments about the country’s long queue of people, shortly after his post went viral and some netizens responded.
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The following are some of their comments:
kunisfabricandstyle: “Sad but true.”
obialijehut: “It’s horrible indeed, why we ask who do us this? You just nailed it.”
annie_goldsignature: “Only God can save us.”
teminikun: “Baba leave them to Dey play e go touch everybody we mistake his/her vote.” Hmm.