Star boy attacks the Senate for “speaking in the rubbish”

Wizkid Dayo also known as star boy attacks Nigerian leaders in the Senate for “speaking in the rubbish

This reaction by the music icon was generated by a bill sponsored by one of the senators in the upper chamber

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The bill is sponsored by a senator representing Niger which says generator should be banned in Nigeria.

According to the bill, “Any person who imports generating sets; or knowingly sells generating

sets shall be guilty of an offence and be liable on conviction to be sentenced to imprisonment for a term not less than 10 years.”

Star boy became mad and angry to this kind of bill to be sponsored by a

senator when Nigeria is faced with lot of challenges and difficulties.

The bill further explains that Nigerians should immediately stop the use of generating

sets in order to curb the menace of environmental pollution, which leads to potential health hazards it poses to the whole nation.

“All persons are hereby directed to stop the use of electricity generating sets

which run on diesel/petrol/kerosene of all capacities with immediate effect in the country,” it said.

The bill further explains that the reason behind this motive to not to hinder people from

making profit from the importation of generators but to stop air and noise pollution in the country.

Dayo who has made collaborations with local, foreign and international music icons have made his expression known to the world.

He bitterly complained that if this will work, the Senate should provide a stable 24 hours power supply.

Wizkid wrote on his official Twitter handle saying; “Fucking dick heads! Give us 24hr electricity first”

It generates a lot of arguement and some people agreed with him.

One said, “Not your regular celebrity,I wish others can join to make this happen but

hell no they’l be shouting how much they have in their accounts.”

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