Netizens have slammed Singer Davido’s hypeman, Edward Chukuma Ijah, better known as Special Spesh, for saying Nigerians working in America are getting involved in modern-day slavery.

Special Spesh, who is currently in the US, has advised Nigerians working their way out of the country for greener pastures that employment in America is more like being in captivity. But, adding that, nobody should come for his head for spilling the truth.

Having to pay outrageous bills while still struggling to put food on the table takes a very hardworking person to confront the challenge,

He wrote:



However, those aspiring to move to America have opposed his opinion based on the current situation in the country, revealing that the working system over there is better than here.

See comments:

@itz_kingzzz wrote: Come back let other people go na… so far they working and still getting paid unlike here in Nigeria where you work and still not get paid

@anikamusic_1 wrote: Hmmm we really complain too much! You even see work o

@meliblackme wrote: We dey work for Abroad, and them dey pay us our Salaries, e no be like UAR😂

@wwwbangin wrote: The way people have to stay in traffic for 4hours in Nigeria, before getting to work, is ÌGBÈKÙN..

Nnamdi Kanu

Former Deputy Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Uche Mefor, has claimed that the group’s leader, Nnamdi Kanu is cursed.

Mefor said both Kanu and IPOB were cursed due to the evil allegedly being perpetrated by them across the Southeast.

In a post on his Facebook page, the former Biafra agitator claimed that the land of the Southeast abhors the evils and injustice perpetrated by Kanu and IPOB.

He blamed the embattled IPOB leader for the brutal killing of civilians during IPOB-ordered sit-at-home, adding that the confusion will engulf the pro-Biafra group.

Mefor, in the post titled: “IPOB Nnamdi Kanu remain cursed-Nemesis/Karma remain in full gear until the confessions and the self-destructive expositions are complete”, said the infighting within IPOB was…