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Tuesday, 20 February 2024 07:57

We are suffering – Mercy Aigbe, Bimbo Oshin decry economic hardship in the nation

Nigerian movie actresses, Bimbo Oshin and Mercy Aigbe have lamented the economic hardship in Nigeria, saying that it is unbelievable.

52-year-old Bimbo Oshin on her part, cried out in an Instagram post on Monday in which she stated that Nigerians are suffering.

Bimbo Oshin wrote:

 

“An (sic) hungry man is an angry man. The economic hardship is unbelievable. There is a limit to human endurance. We are suffering. Ilu ke koko ko easy rara.”

Her colleague, Mercy Aigbe in her own post appealed to Seyi Tinubu, son of President Bola Tinubu, to beg his father to do something about the present situation of the country.

The filmmaker made the appeal in an Instagram post with disturbing footage of a group of people collecting what seem to be food items from an NGO foundation.

Reacting to the video, the 46-year-old described the present situation of the country as “Terrible”and “Unbearable, calling on the government to do something.

Mercy Aigbe also asked the president’s son Seyi to beg his father on behalf of Nigerians. She wrote:

 

“People are hungry! People are dying! People are going out of their minds!

“The present situation of the country is TERRIBLE! The government should please, please we are begging, they should do something about this economic hardship!

“IT’S UNBEARABLE @officialasiwajubat @seytinubu please beg your father for us! O to ge!!!!”

This comes hours after Seyi Tinubu urged Nigerians to trust his father to turn Nigeria’s fortune around.

Amid the president’s son’s call, protests have started building up in different parts of the country over the state of the economy.

On Monday, young people in Ibadan made their grievances known through a protest. Earlier this month, there was a similar protest in Minna, Niger State.

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