The former senator who represented the people of Kogi West Senatorial Zone, Senator Dino Melaye has again made his voice to be heard. Dino Melaye is one politician who has in recent days gained so much love and admiration from Nigerians.
According to a post he made on his Facebook page, he decided to make a little mockery of President Muhammadu Buhari. According to the post, he asked to know if Covid vaccine can cure hunger? He went on and asked if the vaccine can stop the high level of insecuriy in the country now, ranging from terrorism, banditry and kidnapping.
The full post could be seen below here.
It's really sad that Nigerians are passing through all these. With what is presently going on in Nigeria now, something should be done and be done so urgently.
It's good that the Covid vaccine has entered Nigeria, but I think Covid is not the problem of Nigeria today. The main problem of Nigeria now is the problem of insecurity. Until that problem is solved, there is definitely not going to be progress. The government should wake up now and do something before it becomes too late for them.
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