Dictator in Civilian Cloth – Popular Nollywood Actress Blasts President Buhari Over Fuel Subsidy

A popular Nollywood actress, is angry with Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari especially after announcing the removal of oil subsidy as she puts the president on blast, alleging that Buhari is a corrupt leader.

Georgina Onuoha
Mixed reactions and wild criticisms has continued to trail President Muhammadu Buhari since yesterday after the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu announced the removal of fuel subsidy and fixed the fuel prize at N145 as against the N86 old price.
Popular Nollywood actress, Georgina Onuoha, has taken to her Instagram page to put the president on blast as she alleged that Buhari is a corrupt leader, adding that the president does not have genuine interest of the masses at heart due to his recent decision to remove subsidy on petrol.
The actress also went ahead to ask how do Buhari wants to fight corruption or the corrupt system when he was the one that created it in 1983, adding that the president an old fraudster, a con artist, and also a dictator in civilian’s clothing.
See the full text of her Instagram post below:
“Nigeria deregulates downstream oil sector, petrol to sell for about N145 a litre from 87 naira.

“#change you voted for. #Change you believed in. #Civil servants not paid in months. #Inflation rising. #No wage increase. #No electricity. #No fuel/gas in an oil producing country #And the youths are silent. #My Frozen generation. #My tribalist country. #Innocent citizens dying in North-East. #When do we begin to tell ourselves the honest truth?

“#These men overthrew governments in their 20’s and early 30’s. #Today 30 something year old Nigerians of today are either uneducated, lives with parent, educated with no job or can’t even start a family of their own!

“#Four year college; you spend 6-7 years. #All their kids are schooling in London. #Why won’t they become terrorist? #Why won’t they kidnapped? #Why won’t they bomb pipelines. #Why won’t they do internet scam? #When they can’t put food on their tables.

“#While their elected representatives that are meant to serve them live in multiple million dollars mansions, drive expensive cars and allocate the nations wealth to themselves!

“#When is enough enough? #What is the way forward?

“#A 70 something year old man, uneducated running a country filled with bright stars in a 21st century economy. #How do you fight corruption or corrupt system that you helped create in 1983? When you overthrew a democratically elected government?

“#Why are we so dumb to believe same old fraudsters and con artist? #Are we as a people so gullible? #Wolves in sheep clothing #Dictators in civilian clothes

“#Words fail me. #I cry for my country. # I’m praying for my country. #I will fight for my country’s glory. #speakoutNigerians. #SpeakupNigerians”

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