Wale Akorede, the Nigerian actor better known as Okunnu, has lamented the situation of things in the country.


In a video shared via his Instagram page, the film star also cursed Nigerian leaders who he said “left Nigeria in its bad condition characterised by widespread hardship.”

In recent times, several Nigerians have decried the growing insecurity in the country as well as rising costs of food items among others.

Joining the fray, Okunnu said the country is “really in a bad state” and that “no sector is working optimally.”


The actor also said the situation of things has left many Nigerians to live like foreigners in their own country.

“If we keep watching and don’t speak up, it’s because we don’t want to disrupt things. Nigeria is bad. Whether a man, woman, child, an elderly person who has a hand in making the nation what it is today, their lives will also be bad from generation to generation,” he said.

“All those who contributed to making Nigeria as bad as it is today, their lives will also be bad from generation to generation.


“The country is really in a bad condition. I can’t say there is a particular sector where the country is good. If we cannot enjoy our country as citizens, then we’re like foreigners.”

In a post accompanying the video, Okunnu wondered when the country would be better.

“I have never be in this mood in my life, where we are going in this county. When are we going to enjoy ourselves in this country,” he added.


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