COVID-19: BBNaija, Tacha Blasts President Buhari For Addressing Nigerians On Twitter

BBNaija star, Tacha on her Instagram page blasted President Buhari for addressing Nigerians on Twitter over the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.

She spoke about how Great Nigeria is as a country and how the richest man in Africa and woman in the world came from Nigeria.


The titan Queen also spoke about the Nigeria movie industry as the second largest in the world and it’s talented musicians.

She then asked why President Buhari would address the Nation via a Twitter handle during this coronavirus pandemic. “Did Nigerians vote for you on Twitter”, she said.

She also spoke further against the lockdown across the country due to COVID-19 virus, asking what people will eat.

“The average Nigerian works on a daily basis and gets paid on a daily basis. We have a lot of Nigerians that do blue collar jobs. If they don’t work in a day, they will not get money in a day and they will not eat in a day, yet we want to have a lockdown. What will people eat?”

“Conductors, mothers that go to the market to sell stuff, what will they eat? When you say people should lockdown and stay home, what will they eat, will they eat themselves? A lot of people depend on daily income. So when you say lockdown, you should also provide food for them. Hunger is deadlier that this virus”

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