“We Will Remain Retrogressive if The System Is Not Fixed” – Oap Nedu
On-air media personality, Nedu, has written an open letter to Nigerians over their choice of leader. He stated that their choice of leader can’t change Nigeria if the system is not fixed.
Nedu in a post on his insta story complained about the structure of the Nigerian government. He identified it as the reason Nigeria’s economy is retrogressive.
According to him even if we vote in the right candidate the country might still remain retrogressive if the system is not fixed.
“If we like make we change president 100 times, if the system is not fixed…we will remain a retrogressive country that we have been…always wishing the last president came back”.
Recall that OAP Nedu was recently subjected to heavy criticism on social media following his comment about Big Brother Naija female housemates.
Nedu during an on-air interview with Doyin, a Big Brother Naija ex-housemate, claimed that Big Brother Naija female housemates go for the reality tv show with the intention to market themselves to men in exchange for money.
“The reason why many go to BBN is because they are hungry. Do you know what Big Brother does for you, it takes you from here and shoot you up but there is no substance to hold you unto. It’s only sex many of them have to offer, they intentionally go there just to get customers”.
His opinion didn’t sit well with ex-housemates of the reality tv show and they took to their social media pages to drag Nedu.
One of them Kess, a level 7 ex-housemate, stated that the trend of tagging female housemates as sluts is distasteful. He added that Nedu is undermining the efforts of the female housemates.
In Kess words,
“This trend of tagging female Big Brother housemates as sluts is distasteful. 95% of them are highly intelligent, sufficiently independent, super talented and are legit hustlers. It is unfair to undermine their hard work”.
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