Famous Nigerian rapper, Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, popularly known as Vector Tha Viper has shared his thoughts about the different happenings around the World.
The singer opined that the whole world needs medicine adding that it is likely impossible for the Nigerian police force to effect the needed change Nigerians are expecting from the force.
He further highlighted the need to consider the welfare of Nigerian police officers noting that many of them have been neglected by the government for too long.
“The whole world needs medicine.
Do you think the Nigerian police force is capable of what you seek?
Do you know how hungry the policemen get?
Do you know how neglected they are?
I lived in the decay and neglect as a growing teenager.”
The Nigerian rapper Vector also took a swipe at the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN as he further stressed that the Nigerian system seems not to be good enough to help both female and male citizens.
“F#ck what CAN says.
What are you saying
If you browse the files of registered offenders, You will see that the whole system can’t help both male and female.
Make we get a light to illuminate the dark in case of harm lurks… Na lie.”
Vector Tha Viper Berates CAN
He continued by emphasizing the need to have a functional security measure adding that most schools are only concerned about teaching and not modelling students to become a better person.
“Schools don’t want to learn to form the people attending school… they only want to teach.
Nigerians fight Nigerians for not speaking up. The same Nigerians that don’t speak other times. guess it’s ok to be selective too.
All you need is be good inside and align with others that are good inside. Not perfect… just good.
And by the way, F#ck all the few people that suffer the most people simply because Of greed.
We all die.
Before now, many Nigerian celebrities have lent their voices to the demand Justice as a way to put an end to the senseless killings and other evils in the country.
The celebrities include Tiwa savage, Kate Henshaw, Adesua Etomi, Bankole Wellington, popularly known as Banky W, Funke Akindele, Genevieve Nnaji, Ayo Balogun, popularly known as Wizkid among others.
You will recall that Everyevery.ng had earlier published an article titled The World Is Bleeding to highlight the need for action against rape, violence, racism and other social vices.