"Nigerian politicians are wicked, that is why God gave them useless children" Cubana Chief writes
By Wakyryts | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 24310 views
The celebrity bar man, Cubana seems to be pissed off about the recent happenings in the country. He took to his Instagram page to express that dissatisfaction.
Cubana is a bar owner and brand influencer to so many brands which is what earned him that celebrity title. It is no news that Cubana likes to talk,he isn't the type that keeps his dissatisfaction to himself, which is why most people don't like him.
Today,he came lashing hard on Nigerian politicians.
We all are aware of the on going NDDC saga where apparently, some of our leaders are clashing. Being someone that speaks out, Cubana aired his views on the matter.
I mean it's not like he's a civil servant so he isn't scared of getting fired. People really should speak up more.
What are your views on what he wrote though,do you think he should transfer the aggressions to the families of these politicians?
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