Subsidy: Economic hardship in Nigeria gave me serious worries, — Says Nigerian Singer Simi
By Yahaya Idris.
A famous Nigerian singer Simisola Kosoko
widely known as Simi has revealed what Nigerians are presently experiencing under the new government of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
President Tinubu who is of the All Progressives Congress, APC, was elected barely and sworn in barely 6 months but things are getting out of hands, the singer said.
She expressed deep concerned over the excruciating economic hardship in the country, even as she said the situation breaks her “heart a little more everyday.”
The ‘Stranger’ crooner out of worry, wonders how the average Nigerians are coping with the current economic downward of the country.
The Nation recalls that pump price of fuel skyrocketed to N612 per litre after President Bola Tinubu removed subsidy.
Consequently, the price of foodstuff and cost of living generally increased in the country.
In an another development, Global Times Nigeria had recalled in June where the Singer narrates ordeal at Lagos Passport office over indecent dressing
The award-winning Nigerian singer, Simi Kosoko has narrated her recent encounter at one of the passport offices in Lagos.
The wife of Adekunle Gold, via a video on her Instagram page, narrated how she was almost denied entry into a passport office because of how she dressed.
Simi revealed that she was told to return home and change her outfit before being permitted inside. Even her celebrity status, couldn’t help her as the officials remain adamant about her outfit.
Simi added that she also had to take off her nose-ring and earrings.
She said, “I went to the passport office to get my passport done and when I reached the gate, they said I should go back because I am indecently dressed.“
I look myself up to down, and asked, can you see anything in my body that is indecent? He said he cannot see, but I should go back and wear something more ‘down’.” she wrote