Apparently, someone has stepped on the lion’s tail.
Through social media, it’s clear that although the girls are yet to be found, some Nigerians say they are already tired of the campaign, and feel celebrities have started abusing it.
Some of them have been criticising them, especially those who joined the campaign at the last minute.
Waje feels it’s wrong, and if celebrities didn’t join the campaign, the same set of people would have been the first to criticize them.
“Good morning and happy sunday. What I am about to say may be unnecessary considering the kind of people we are in this country (our holier than thou nature), pls pardon me and allow me say shame!!!!! Shame o! Big shame, see pple talking about meaningless issues, any person that speaks up after the Americans came in? So this is now a trend?Oya one person should organize a #bringbackourgirls award now. Tomorrow we will point fingers at pple not doing their job meanwhile we are even more horrible than they are, concentrate on the issue and stop looking for validation. Some pple have never tweeted or instagramed or even prayed but once it’s time to insult someone everyone will comment. Today is sunday so I won’t insult anyone, I will only nurse the shame I feel for my country man. Tufiakwa!! Echi fa kpo owe fa youths. Mcshew youth ndi ebe? Ta!!!”
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