How Will Arresting Bobrisky Provide Good Roads, Hospitals, Quality Water Or End Boko Haram? – Nigerian Writer Isima Odeh Speaks As Bob Gets More Support

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The pointless protest held by some Nigerian youth against Bobrisky has once again been criticized by another Nigerian celebrity as some people stand firmly behind Bob.

Tonto Dikeh has already thrown her support behind her friend Bob and blogger Isimah Odeh has done the same.

Odeh gave out the obvious rebuttal to the protest – that Bobrisky is completely the wrong target for a protest – an important point worth making nonetheless since Africans like attacking the wrong targets too much whilst leaving the real criminals exploiting us alone.

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How can people defend pastors like Otabil who help embezzle state money, or Obofour who lives in a mansion and drives all the latest cars whilst his congregants starve, or super corrupt politicians – but feel LGBT people are the problem with society?

Protest against the right people folks.

In a post on twitter after the protest, Odeh said protesting against Bobrisky is not going to solve any of the real problems plaguing Nigerian society.

“How will arresting Bobrisky solve Nigeria’s problems? Will it provide good roads, hospital, quality water supply, constant power and quality education system in Nigeria or end banditry, kidnapping and Boko Haram?” he tweeted.

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Truer words have never been spoken.

Isima Odeh is Nigerian researcher and blogger who serves as the CEO of Africa Facts Zone. Check out his tweet below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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