“What a Country” – Laura Ikeji blasts Nigerian government

“What a Country” – Laura Ikeji blasts Nigerian government

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Laura Ikeji, popular Instagram influencer, entrepreneur and younger sister to celebrity blogger, Linda Ikeji, has taken to her social media page to slam the government of Nigeria over the many wrongs going on in the country. According to Laura, there is no money in circulation in the country and this is making a lot of people depressed.

Laura Ikeji who said the government should bury their head in shame, also talked about the bad road situation across the country and poor electricity supply and went further to decry the invasion of privacy by security officials.

The obviously angered socialite posted an image where she expressed her frustration about the abnormalities going on in the country.

She then captioned the image:

No money in circulation, depression everywhere, sars killings everyday, young men re afraid to go out because of invasion of the privacy, children re losing parent, parents children. No light, no good roads in 20fokkin19! Shame Nigeria. Our government should bury their heads in shame. God forbid! What a country!

That is that… However in another gist, the spokesman of President Muhammadu Buhari’s campaign team, Festus Keyamo, has explained why the president of Nigeria does not need WAEC certificate to rule the country.

The legal practitioner made this known while speaking on Channels Television where the issue of President Muhammadu Buhari’s WAEC certificate was discussed.

Responding to the discussion, he said:

“There are other levels of qualifications to run for the office of President. In fact, if you have occupied the public office for a reasonable length of time, by the provisions of the constitution, you do not even need a WAEC certificate to become President of Nigeria”.

Later on Twitter, the lawyer further buttressed his point:

“Yes. Section 318 of the 1999 Constitution defines “School Certificate or its equivalent” to mean primary 6 School Leaving Certificate plus the ability to just speak, write, understand and communicate in English language to the satisfaction of INEC. No WAEC certificate is needed”.