Naira Marley Pleas With The Federal Government To Stop Harassing Rich Youths

Naira Marley

Controversial Nigerian rapper, Naira Marley was recently caught on camera cursing the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) during his show in Dubai. In a short video posted on Instagram, Naira Marley is seen cursing out at the EFCC saying;

Ko ni da fun EFCC. (It shall not be well with the EFCC)

 

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“It won’t be better for #EFCC,” #NairaMarley declares, during his show in Dubai

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Now, in a recent post on his Instagram Story, Naira Marley has appealed to the Nigerian government to stop harassing rich Nigerian youths.

Lamenting that Nigerians in Dubai are spending the money they should be spending in Nigeria to beautify the city, the controversial rapper stated that the Nigerian government need to put a stop to harassing rich Nigerian youths so they can feel at home and spend their money in peace.

In his words;

Nigerians are just here in Dubai spending money they should be spending in Nigeria…but they are here making Dubai fine.

I beg the government to stop harassing d rich youths.

Please let them feel at home in Nigeria.

 

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#NairaMarley passionately appeals to the FG on behalf of the Nigerian youth in Dubai

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You’d recall that the EFCC arrested Naira Marley on Friday, May 10, 2019, for alleged credit card fraud and was granted bail on the conditions of N2,000,000 bond, and two sureties – one with landed property and the other, a Civil Servant, not lower than a level 10 officer.

What do you think about Naira Marley’s cry for economic growth? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

 

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