Naira Note Scarcity: “Even the rich now lament” – Actor Yemi Adepoju
Popular Gospel actor, Rev’d Yemi Adepoju, has now joined other Nigerians to speak on the state of the nation. It is no longer news that a lot of Nigerians have been having a hard time due to the scarcity of a lot of things and its poor economy leading to vandalization of government properties.
Yemi Adepoju spoke on the situation by dropping a post on social media where he called on Nigerians use their PVC as weapon to chase away and avoid bad governance instead of burning down banks in order to register their dissatisfaction.
According to the movie star, a lot of Nigerians are going through hardship. He then added that the country will never be better as long as people take laws into their hands to show their dissatisfaction.
In her words; Why Demonstrates & Destroying things when having your PVC as a weapon to use next week?
However, a Facebook user identified as Olatunde Kazeeem who assumed the actor is not affected noted that some measures were not put in place before the implementation of cashless policy.
In his words; I don’t support violence Sir, but probably because you are up there sir you don’t know what people are going through, there is hunger in the land before the bad implementation of the policy, the pain is much more in the streets now
Rev’d Yemi Adepoju’s response; Nobody is comfortable with the present situation, even the richest of the rich are complaining apart from CBN officials.
Violence is never the answer, innocent people were killed yesterday, and all the ATMs and Banks the masses burnt during the demonstration will still be replaced with our money.