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Fuji Icon ‘Kwam 1’ Urges President Tinubu To Address Insecurity, Rising Living Costs In Nigeria

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Fuji Icon ‘Kwam 1’ Urges President Tinubu To Address Insecurity, Rising Living Costs In Nigeria

Kwam 1 pleaded for solutions to the current challenges

Ikeja, Lagos State– Renowned Fuji singer, Wasiu Ayinde, popularly known as Kwam 1, has expressed his concerns over the increased cost of living in Nigeria.

In a viral video clip, the artist, a staunch supporter of President Tinubu, expressed his discontent with the current economic situation.

Addressing President Tinubu in the video, Kwam 1 highlighted the challenges faced by Nigerians, emphasizing issues such as the soaring cost of fuel, the fluctuating dollar exchange rate, and its scarcity.

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The artist also touched upon the struggles of citizens with insufficient salaries to meet their basic needs, urging swift action to address these pressing matters.

“President Tinubu, I greet you. My fellow Nigerians I greet you. People are saying I sang in support of my boss Tinubu if elected president of Nigeria, citizens will be blessed. They said people who do not have will have money. People seeking God’s face will see him. I indeed believe that Asiwaju will do it,” he sings.

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According tom; “Akambi, my boss, listen to the people. Citizens are getting angry please find a solution to this. The cost of fuel and dollar exchange rate and its scarcity. People’s salaries are not enough for them to feed. And I know that Asiwaju my boss will have mercy. People are crying, and weeping while they still lack an adequate supply of electricity. How did we get to the point where they are kidnapping people?

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“Tinubu you already have everything before taking up the presidential post. You people aiming to disrupt this government go and find somewhere to hide yourselves. Listen to what the citizens are saying. Nigerians are getting angry including businessmen and professionals.

“I pleaded with you our citizens let us be patient. Tinubu will resolve everything on ground,” he said.

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