Nigerians endure hardship; Musician K1 urges Tinubu to alleviate economic struggles

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Renowned Fuji artist, Wasiu Ayinde Marshal, popularly known as K1 De Ultimate, conveyed a heartfelt message to President Bola Tinubu, expressing the prevailing discontent among Nigerians due to the current economic hardships.

In a recent video during his stage performance, K1, a staunch supporter of the President, urged Tinubu to address the challenges facing the masses, emphasizing the widespread suffering, power supply issues, and the escalating cost of the dollar.

This follows his daughter, Dami Ayinde’s earlier comments on social media, highlighting the disparity between the All Progressives Congress’ promises and the current economic reality.

Tinubu’s administration, marked by the removal of fuel subsidies and the floating of the naira, has contributed to soaring prices and increased poverty levels.

K1, acknowledging Tinubu’s philanthropic nature, urged a swift resolution to the citizens’ plight, emphasizing the urgency to listen to and address the grievances of the people.

He expressed concern about rising kidnapping incidents and appealed for prompt action from the President.

Despite the challenges, K1 encouraged Nigerians to exhibit patience, assuring them that the government would address the prevailing issues.

He also called out those profiting from the suffering of the masses, urging them to reflect on their actions.

Notably, K1, who previously praised the President in his music and supported him during the 2023 presidential campaign, now voices the collective concerns of a populace facing economic difficulties.

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