Nigerian indie artiste, Harrysong has reacted to President Muhammadu’s request to borrow the sum of eight hundred and fifty million naira to fund projects in the country. The artiste immediately shared a post appealing to the presidency to stop borrowing money from other countries.
As disclosed by the head of media at the Debt Management Office, Mrs. Chinenye Onu, the reason behind the decision was to ensure that the implementation of the 2020 Appropriation Act was not jeopardized by a lack of funds.
Harrysong made this known via his Instagram page, where he expressed his displeasure over the plans by the government to borrow money to fund its projects. He highlighted the sorry state of education and the need for the government to look into the brain drain situation of the country and augment efforts on investing in education.
“Buhari invest in education, it is never too late, start paying students, we need brains to sustain this country’s economy and please stop borrowing money from other countries oooooo. I dey shake ooo,” he wrote.
Earlier this year, the Nigerian Afro highlife artiste Harrysong shared his ordeals in the hands of fraudsters, who reaped him of N180 million naira years ago. Harrysong who is revered as a power vocalist dishing hit numbers left-right and center opened up in an interview about the backlash he’s had and how he slung into depression after being dealt a bad hand read here.