"Buhari, Saraki, Dogara have all failed us" - 2face Idibia


Popular Nigerian music act, Innocent Ujah Idibia aka 2face Idibia has blamed leaders of the legislative, executive and judiciary arm of government for failing citizens. 2face recently revealed that he will be leading a protest against leaders of the government arms that include President Muhammadu Buhari, Senate President, Bukola Saraki, and Speaker House of Reps, Yakubu Dogara as well as the federal government’s handling of the economy among other sundry issues.

The multiple award wining performing artiste made this known on Wednesday, January 25, 2016 on his Instagram page.
“A call for good governance. A call for urgent explanation into the reckless economic downturn nationwide. A call for nationwide protests as we say No to the Executive, No to legislatures, No to judiciary…. You have all failed us.” 2Baba said.
Continuing, 2face said there was a “need for Nigerians to rise against what is happening in this country having waited patiently for the legislatures that were elected to represent the people all to no avail.
“Where are the recovered looted funds? Why do we still have the executive arms and legislatures still enjoying their salaries and allowances while we hear there’s no money to pay workers?
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari (R) receive a letter of confirmation from the President of the Senate of Nigeria Bukola Saraki in Abuja, Nigeria, November 3, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari (R) receive a letter of confirmation from the President of the Senate of Nigeria Bukola Saraki in Abuja, Nigeria, November 3, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer

“Why do we still see ceaseless power failures with no explanation and hope of getting out of it unlike before?
“Why do we keep seeing peace talks in Niger Delta, Fulani herdsmen and IPOB without any solutions being reached, while the strategies keep aggravating the people involved as political leaders stage forums to extort funds in the name of addressing their subjects?” he asked rheteorically.

The singer was one of the popular celebrities that lent his voice to a peaceful electioneering process in the last general election through the  “Vote Not Fight: Election No Be War” initiative.

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