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“Government do something about the hardship” – Erigga cries out

Nigerian Rapper, Erigga has taken Twitter to lament over the escalating hardship in Nigeria.

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He was responding to a tweet sent by a self-proclaimed spiritualist who said who could make people rich without blood sacrifice or ritual.

However, Erigga responded in an irate way to the suspicious tweet by asking the Nigerian Government to do something about the state of poverty in the country.

The rapper said: Government do something the hardship in this Una country don too much .. see waytin person Pikin settle down write…” 

see the tweet below:

For several years, the living conditions across different parts of Nigeria have gone from bad to worse. A recent document released by the World Bank revealed that 87% of poor people in Nigeria are from the north.

That same report revealed that the condition could get even worse since their research proved that the situation is not improving in any way.

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Victoria Michael is an entertainment & viral news reporter for Naijahomebased. She has a passion for writing.


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