Afrobeats star, Davido on Monday, deleted a controversial music video of one of his artists Logos Olori following criticism from a section of Nigerians.
Muslim devotees including the Muslim Rights Concern called for the video to be pulled down because it lacked respect for the Islamic faith. Let the poor breath, A Slogan that is synonymous with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has been used to send a message to the federal government, by a group of protesters in Edo State, who took to the streets on Monday to protest over the continuous hike in petrol pump prices.
The protesters say the Federal government should allow the poor to breathe as the petrol hike is choking poor Nigerians. They carried different placards with inscriptions such as How did NNPC become fuel price regulator?, Reduce Cost of Governance Not Increasing Fuel Price, FG fix our refineries.
An old video has resurfaced online showing a group of civil rights activists led by senior advocate of Nigeria, Femi Falana protesting over increase in the pump price of petrol back in 2012, when Former President Goodluck Jonathan removed fuel subsidy, and the fuel price went up from 65 Naira per liter to 141 Naira per liter.
The Senator representing Edo North Adams Oshiomhole on Monday said that Nigerians who voted for President Bola Ahmed Tinubu knew that they were not electing a magician, and that the APC did not promise a magical solution to the problems facing the country.
Nigerians have embraced several ingenious measures to survive the hard times resulting from the increase in fuel prices across the country. Many people were seen trekking over the weekend again in the Ikeja local government area of lagos state.
The Chairman of Ojodu Local Government, Area of Lagos State, Hon Segun Odunmbaku last week donated buses for the ease of movement for residents and commuters as part of the palliative measures of his administration to cushion the effects of the fuel subsidy removal on the people of Ojodu.