BBN Star Tacha Slams President Buhari Over Negligence On Coronavirus

Tacha blasts the president of Nigeria for not addressing citizens.


As the distress over the Coronavirus pandemic triggers more, reality tv star and Ex Big brother Naija housemate Natacha Akide has come out to lay down her grievances with the government, especially the president.

For days now, Nigerians on twitter have been clamoring for the president to publicly address the masses to show his full-on support and concern over its citizens but it appears that Buhari is not on seat. While other state heads continue to communicate with their citizens from time to time, the case is very much opposite for Nigeria.

The populace struggles every day with the status of things and as the deadly virus lingers, more people are disappointed at the way things are handled over here. Notable personalities and celebrities alike have come out to air their views and help in the way they can, but it is still not near enough for woke and elite Nigerians on twitter.


Queen of the titans, Tacha who recently got back from the UK, has taken it upon herself walking in the shoes of Seun Kuti to slam the president and government for hiding at such a time. in a video that has gone viral, Tacha is seen irritated and showing her outburst over the president’s negligence in addressing Nigerians.

READ; 3 Years Ago My Family Was Denied Visa- Tacha Recounts In UK

Tacha also stressed on the issue of lockdown, questioning the directive as selfish and poorly informed, as so many Nigerians struggle every day to sustain themselves. She added that the average Nigerian survives on their daily hustle and that the government is playing dumb to the reality of things in the country.

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