"Hunger May Lead to another pandemonium in Nigeria"- Preacher Babafemi
By DareFemi | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 3 views
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If you go to the nearest market, you will discover that products are too costly. There is hunger everywhere. This is bad.
A Facebook preacher whose name is Preacher Babafemi has strongly reacted to this. He took to his Twitter handle and poured out his mind.
In his tweet, he said:
" Things are too costly in Nigeria. FG should find a solution to this. If not, there will soon be troubles."
What he was trying to say is that hunger may lead to another pandemonium in Nigeria.
What is your say on this?
Do you think that hunger everywhere may lead to serious troubles?
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