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AY Makun begs Nigerians to stop criticizing Alex Iwobi

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Nigerian comedian and actor, AY Makun has publicly addressed critics of Super Eagles star, Alex Iwobi, who has since subjected him to cyberbullying.

The Super Eagles footballer had to erase his Instagram account owing to relentless abuse from Nigerians who pestered him over his supposed poor showing at the 2023 AFCON tournament.

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In response, AY Makun provided photographs of Alex Iwobi’s role in the Super Eagles’ successful qualification for the African Cup of Nations, even as he painted the negative consequences of cyberbullying.

He lamented the abuse of Alex Iwobi by Nigerians and wondered why other Nigerian international stars refused to represent their country.

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Women pleads with the President due to high cost of living in Nigeria

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The hardship persists more than years now in Nigeria, making more women come out to appeal to President Tinubu to help their situation, as cost of living is unbearable. 

In a recent interview with The Guardian, two women expressed their sadness over the high cost of living in Nigeria. One of the women who claimed she voted for President Tinubu during the 2023 elections, then said;

‘’President Bola Tinubu, we all voted for you. We thought you would assist us. We are hungry! You can see that I have a load on my head. I have trekked a long distance with it. The money is not enough for the fare to my destination. Please pity the poor/masses. The masses came out to vote for you. I voted for you so you could win. We are hungry!”

In a separate interview, another woman said:

“We are hungry! A tin of rice now sells for N1,200.  A five-litre of vegetable oil is N7,000. Tinubu, is that good? Everything is expensive. We are hungry. Pity the poor. Have mercy on us, Have mercy on us. So that we don’t let us die of hunger. Don’t let us suffer”

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