The major issue of the moment now in Nigeria is the fuel subsidy removal wahala. The issue has almost crippled the Nigerian economy as a result of a nationwide strike embarked upon by labor unions due to its announcement on January 1 by the federal government.
Many celebrities have taken advantage of the resultant effect of the fuel subsidy removal (protests and displeasure by the masses) to win public sympathy, just as President Jonathan did during his campaign. The list of celebrities who have aired their views on the matter is daily getting endless.
For Nigeria’s first lady of the front upper body double silencer, Cossy Orjiakor, she has added her sonorous voice to the matter that has united Nigerians together in protest in the history of the country.
Bearing her mind, this controversial actress stated, “I wonder what [President] Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is waiting for, [I am] getting tired of all this. When two elephants fight, the grass surfers. But [for] how long?”
Pointing out further, this largely endowed hot babe said, “President [Jonathan] must act fast before peeps (Nigerians) turn on him. [He should] Sack peeps (those) that sabotage our refineries to make sure NNPC sells at N65 [per liter].”