For more than 5 years now, many Nigerian artiste have been taking advantage of happenings in the society to showcase their “other” talents to the world, to earn more respect and love from their fans and followers.
Playing sweetly to the gallery this time is the fast-raising Nigerian Ninja, Rema who caught on, on the global pandemic to send a Coronavirus message to politicians in Nigeria.
Wait, before you join in on the laughter, here is what he said.
In a funny but serious mode, Rema blast Nigerian politicians saying that “Karma” has caught up with them as they are somewhat are the victims of the deadly virus so far.
The Mavin artiste turned Activist, Rema, wrote on twitter:
‘They refused to invest in hospitals because they could fly abroad to get treatments for themselves, now countries borders closed, Karma take the wheel.”
You would say so.
The words of Rema is obviously the unvoiced opinion of so many Nigerians as mixed reactions has been the order of the day since the increase in the number of Coronavirus cases in the nation, of which, rich big-bellied politicians are among the victims.
Sadly enough for people like the Nigerian chief of staff, Abba Kyari, Bauchi State Government, Bala Muhammed and other suspected politicians, they can not fly abroad for treatment as everywhere in the world is on lock down making it seem like Karma has come for them since they refused to provide a functional health system for the poor citizens.
Interpreting the words of Dumebi crooner, as usual they have the luxury to travel over seas for treatment, but, no where to run, so they will stew in their laxity towards the pandemic and the entire system.
As the cases increases, Nigerians are hopeful that the spread stops, But at the other end, it’s like they want more if not all politicians to be “Coronavirused”.
Abi no be so?
While Rema humbly request Karma to take the wheel, Nigerians are asking Coronavirus to haunt down their looters, called politicians.
Seem like a good call right?
Now appraise Rema and send in your thoughts on this in the comment section.