Basketmouth Openly Calls Out President Buhari

Basketmouth Openly Calls Out President Buhari
Basketmouth Openly Calls Out President Buhari

Basketmouth Openly Calls Out President Buhari

Ace comedian, Basketmouth is no longer hiding his disappointment in President Buhari’s leadership.

Days ago, the funny man denied ever supporting Buhari after a fan called him out for complaining about the ongoing food crisis in the country. Basketmouth had stated that tomatoes were getting expensive by the day while runs girls were getting cheaper, and the fan didn’t hesitate to challenge him. “Are you not among those supporting Buhari? the fan said. “Don’t disturb our lives.”

However, Basket quickly shut him down by saying he never supported anybody or party during the election, then fans dragged him for filth for lying.

Today, Basket took to his Instagram page to give his piece of mind on the problems Nigeria is currently facing and he sure did not hold back anything. The 37-year-old Bigger Friday Show host talked about the murders by the Fulani herdsmen, the issue of Biafran agitators and the general decline in the economy.

I am an entertainer so I try to leave politics for politicians. However, I cant seem to understand why my beloved country will not intervene to help alleviate the sufferings and helplessness of its people.” he wrote. He also added that he wasn’t happy that people were asking for the return of Goodluck Jonathan, and then he challenged Buhari.

Read him below.

Baskemouth isn’t the only Buhari supporter who is  now showing his doubt in President Buhari’s administration. In April, Nollywood star Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde went on Twitter to lament about the poor power generation and fuel scarcity. She stated that she chose to support Buhari because of his past records but is beginning to question the many issues going on in the country since he got into power.

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