2Face Idibia thinks the Nigeria system is in shambles and it has been hijacked by criminals met to be leaders.
The music icon made this known via his Twitter page on Thursday, November 21, 2019. According to him, these criminals have dedicated their time to destroy the country.
"Naija system is a total joke. Criminals have hijacked Naija. Men and women that have dedicated their time 2 make sure that Naija will carry last...No shame. No dignity. No honor. I pray the young men that have entered the system will do their best to influence positive change," he tweeted.
This is not the first time 2Face Idibia will be coming for the Nigeria government and its leaders. Recall the time he dragged the government after he visited the then newly completed Ghana airport.
The visit to Ghana's airport...
In a video that went viral, the music icon couldn't hide his feelings as he walked into the beautiful and magnificent airport facility. "You dey see level abi, shame nor dey catch some people for that side, shame," he said as he mocked the government.
We all know 2Face Idibia has always been very vocal about the state of the affairs of the country. It would be recalled that back in 2017, the music star announced a planned nationwide protest which actually didn't get to see the bright of the day.
"I will no longer be quiet" watch 2Face Idibia's nationwide address
Nigerian music star 2face Idibia has released a video back in 2017 on why he was organising a protest against the Buhari led administration. The 'Officially blind' singer following criticism and onslaught from fans and some celebrities went live on Facebook on January 31, 2017, talking about the protest.
According to him, "I will no longer be quiet. My partners, colleagues and I have come together to create a platform for Nigerians to communicate their real pains to government at all levels in a peaceful and articulate manner with a view to getting lasting solutions to our problems. This march is about demanding that our leaders connect with all the people in Nigeria."
Burna Boy, Ruggedman and Davido had also declared support for the legendary musician's cause of leading a nationwide protest against the Nigerian government. The protest was eventually canceled by the music star.