The past few weeks in Nigeria has recorded some sort of violence, abductions, killings of innocents ones and so on, and this unjust act has made many Nigerians to conclude that our Politicians have failed us.
Nigerian International, Daniel Akpeyi has expressed sadness over the state of the nation via his official Twitter account, claiming that Politicians in Nigeria are worst than the devil.
The tweet reads: “Most politicians are mean than the devil himself,human life doesn’t mean anything to them as long as they gain power and money, but don’t forget, the wrought is not far from their love ones who they only care about and themselves.
“Time will tell,the wicked shall not go unpunished.
“I love my country Nigeria. May peace be restore in the hearts and homes of the innocents,” he tweeted.
The Super Eagles goalkeeper and Kaizer Chiefs safehand was part Coach Gernot Rohr squad to the last edition of African Cup of Nations (AFCON) held in Egypt where Nigeria finished with Bronze Medal.
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