Thursday, January 12, 2012
D'Banj Finally breaks silence on fuel subsidy, Says I Feel Pains Of The Masses
The story, which was hotly reacted to, has generated lots of reactions and debates in the entertainment industry. Diverse views has been seen to the story, as the Kokomaster, as D'Banj is also called, has been alleged by some who reacted to the story of not to being sensitive to the plights of Nigerians, some of who are his fans, on the removal of fuel subsidy by his friend, President Jonathan.
In a response to the heated controversies the story has generated, the Koko Lounge boss reacted to the story this way, " Ok so I haven't said anything about the subsidy because, just like every Nigerian citizens, I am as surprised as we all are."
Pointing out further, the Sagamu indegene said, "yes I supported Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GEJ) openly and fully, but I haven't been made the special adviser to the president on youths. All I can say about the Subsidy is the obvious truth that my fans, friends, family and we the masses are the ones feeling the pain now," D'Banj concluded.
The announcement of the removal of fuel subsidy has caused protests accross the country. The labour has also as a result, called on an nationwide indefinite strike, which started today. The House of Representatives has also called on President Jonathan to suspend the removal, After it had an emergency meeting.