We all know how things are going in this nation. Inflation, poverty, Fall of Naira, lack of proper medical facilities have really led to a lot of tragic happenings in the nation. Most children die in the hospital because they lack money to pay for medical bills and even when there is money, sometimes they will be no good medical facilities.
Not long ago, the president of the federal republic of Nigeria travelled to the United Kingdom for a routines medical checkup. This really made a lot of reactions online and some Nigerians took it to the street of London to protest against this.
This protest was being led by a Nigerian Popularly known as Reno Omokri. This protest involved a lot of Nigerians both old and young. Among all protesters, a young child have really caused a lot of reactions online. This young boy took part in the protest and take a look at the caption he used.
“BUHARI YOU ARE WICKED, MY MATES ARE DYING OF HUNGER”
This is indeed sad. As a reader, what do you think about this?
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