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I Pray Nigerians Won’t Resort To Violence, Says Patoranking On Electricity Tariff Hike

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Top Nigerian singer, Patrick Okorie, popularly known as Patoranking, has voiced his sad feeling towards the recent electricity tariff increase by the Federal Government.

Speaking in an interview with HipTv, Patoranking said the electricity tariff increase was too much, adding that the government do not appear to understand the sufferings being faced by Nigerians.

The 30-year-old singer and song writer said he prays the people do not resort to violence to make the government understand the hardship the increase would cause.

“It’s a big problem, you know. We can’t get over these problems. It’s too much, speaking for the common man and the voiceless. The people up there don’t understand. They don’t get it,” he said.

“You know, they can’t. We pray we don’t use violence to make them understand that people are suffering. People are really suffering out there. I don’t need to think anything.

“What is bad is bad. People are suffering. It’s bad. No job; no work to do. No money in circulation and you’re increasing electricity tariff. Who does that? Who advises you?”

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