Nigerian rapper, Vector De Viper is not happy about the new development in the telecommunication sector of the country.
Following the recent announcement by the Federal government on the increment of Data tariffs come December 1st, several Nigerians have been protesting on social media against this indiscriminate increase, stating their disappointment in the so-called change promised by the Buhari-led government.
Vector has also voiced out, reminding the federal government-led NCC on the importance of data in this jet age, also stating that it is free in most developed countries.
This morning, November 30, 2016, he took to Instagram to share his concerns, which is actually that the masses.
“Dear federal government,
“You have come a long way with your policies and rule. You have concerned yourself with nothing but the present hence making it look like the constitution has to be remixed and renamed “Your WILL” before your demise.
“You have ignored the children you saw grow and focused on the ones from your sperm cells and ovulation that you aren’t seeing grow because they have been shipped off to “better grounds” for education.
“You have put your wives in other rooms BUT that of importance forgetting (if you married a good woman) they balance you when you go astray.
“You have failed to embrace the spirit and letter of the Almighty you worship be it any religion. You have failed the man you see in d mirror because he isn’t a beast or metaphysical being you don’t understand.
“No, He is the poster boy/girl for greed. You have forgotten how you felt when you were coming up but remember this… you will not forget how you fall.
“Your money… my bad… our money you take will shame you when you need it the most. The hustling are finding ways to be better but you just want to take from them without giving back. You focus on chasing thieves but never focus on securing the vault they steal from.
“In the history of our existence as a generation, we have never gotten levelled platforms to play as we have gotten with the internet.
“The people have become more exposed to business ideas, global news, information sharing from continent to continent between seconds. Industry has gotten global awareness because of this.
“Music has started to look better just because with data you can put up your craft be it music or painting or write ups or poems or comedy or pets or life to make people happy in a steady sinking world of frustrating conflicting governance and hustle.
“You concern yourself with your perceived negatives over the objective positives. You are killing the future of Nigeria. You are killing the future of Nigeria. Internet is almost free in a lot of “advanced” countries too. Be careful Nigeria… don’t ruin yourself.”