Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye better known as Rude Boy has lamented over the state of things in the country.
The second half of the famous music duo, Psquare, noted how in Africa especially Nigeria, elders are the leaders of tomorrow.
“In Africa especially Nigeria… Elders are the leaders of tomorrow.
Take that with you”.
Many concurred with the singer as they noted how in most countries, the elders are the ones ruling.
One Don Tyga wrote, “The United States ya use as yardsticks got an 80-year-old doddering around their white house, remember?
One Fvckery Chichi wrote, “Even in America and China
One Ezenwa Sonny wrote, “Na mumu dey worry this one, these elders are youths yesterday, continue foøling yourself
One Iyke Nneji wrote, “These so-called elders hate to be asked certain questions, if you do just know that you will be considered rude and stubborn
One Donking wrote, “Where is the lie? Crooked evil elders at that
One Blessed Prinx Cosmetics wrote, “Elders don collect Leaders of tomorrow from children
One Nchofa wrote, “Very true with the living ancestors in Cameron as president, senate president and speaker of house of assembly. People we grew up knowing as leaders. Our children still know them as leaders
One Vee Vogee wrote, “Because the supposed leaders are obsessed with Elders. From father, now we’re dealing with Granpa. Tufiakwa”.
Days back, Paul Okoye had thrown a subtle shade at supporters of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
The music superstar singer, who was a proud supporter of Tinubu’s rival, Peter Obi at the General election, questioned if they are still standing as he noted how $1 is now N1,025.
As for him, he is still standing strong and the economy doesn’t affect him.
The singer had also expressed his concerns about the current state of Nigeria’s economy, highlighting the significant impact of rising costs on everyday life, particularly in the context of soaring diesel prices.
Okoye revealed that his monthly expenditure on diesel now stands at a staggering 3 million Naira.