Nigerian Singer Simi Slams African Leaders, Accusing Them Of Greed
By Brain_Writes | self meida writer
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A female Nigerian singer and songwriter popularly known as Simi has verbally attacked the leaders of her home continent, Africa. She made this known in her verified twitter account @simblysimi.
She made it clear that a lot of African countries are not achieving full heights because of greedy leaders. "Imagine if they all put the people first - then we can all get ahead." she added. The 32-year-old singer currently has a twitter fellowship of 3.3 million and her account has seen been verified by twitter.
Recall that Simi also uses her social media handles to promote gender equality and also human right and society driven issues. She is married to Adenkunle Gold a fellow singer and songwriter, the couple welcomed their first child in 2020.
Simi launched her record label Studio brat in June 2019 after an end to a record deal she signed with X3M Music.
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