Yemi Alade, a popular Nigerian singer, has stated that human life has no value in Nigeria.
Alade said this while lamenting the country’s poor medical care on her Twitter page.
She claims that most people in Nigeria are living with underlying diseases due to a lack of better and more affordable medical care.
Her tweet read: “What is your country’s value for human life? Mine is zero
“I wish we had better and affordable medical care in Nigeria! So many people walking around with underlying diseases and conditions that eventually manifest under stress.”
The singer, who was also in mourning for late actress Ada Ameh, recalled how she assisted her on set during a music video shoot.
“I was having a bad day the first time I met you (Ada Ameh) and I don’t know if anyone noticed but YOU instantly made me FEEL good.
“I thanked you over and over again! You did not have to but you did! Most people will avoid it or act like I have a problem with them!
“This is how I’ll always remember you! Our Video
Doubledouble is 5million views and counting. If I had stayed in that bad mood,I might have ruined it.
Thank you for blessing me,” Alade wrote.