Rema slams Nigerian politicians for poor health facilities

Rema slams Nigerian politicians for poor health facilities

 

Rema has come hard on Nigerian politicians for failing to develop the health and medical facilities in the country.

 

In the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak in Nigeria, several Nigerian leaders have tested positive of the dreaded virus; and Rema has called them out for their impediment. According to him, this is karma at work.

 

The 19-year-old stated that the politicians could have done better by providing adequate amenities in the nation. Further, he mentioned that their cruelty caught up with them when they least expected.

 

Several Nigerians argue that Nigerian politicians used to be lax towards the Nigerian healthcare systems; because they had the luxury of travelling out of the country for quality healthcare.

 

Here is what the ‘Beamer‘ crooner wrote.

They refused to invest in hospitals because they could fly abroad to get treatments for themselves; now countries borders closed, Karma take the wheel.”

 

 

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It is apparent that Rema is reacting to the news of Nigerian politicians and members of their family who recently tested positive of the coronavirus.

 

Abba Kyari, Bauchi State Governor, Bala Muhammed and more Nigerian politicians continue to battle with coronavirus.

 Nigerian citizens have seen the event as vindication after years of unfixed degradation has hit the Nigerian healthcare system.

 

Nigerians are also livid at the laxity of the Nigerian government in managing the coronavirus situation might closing the borders and airports earlier.

 

Equally important, Rema’s statement, ‘Karma take the wheel’ is a tongue-in-cheek of Carrie Underwood’s 2006 hit single ‘Jesus take the wheel’.

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