- Charles Oputa expresses concern over the rate of individuals migrating to UK
- Charly Tweeted, lamenting on the poor situation of the country and the rate of professionals leaving for greener pastures
Charly Boy, the Nigerian musician and polical activist, has voiced his concerns about the ongoing mass migration of Nigerians to Europe and other parts of the world.
Charly Boy has always lamented on the leadership crisis in Nigeria and how it has led to a lack of opportunities, rampant corruption, and an overall decline in the quality of life for ordinary citizens.
He believes that the mass migration is a direct consequence of the failure of Nigerian leaders to provide basic social amenities and to create an enabling environment for growth and development.
Charly Boy asserts that the problem of mass migration is not just an issue of economic hardship, but also one of moral decay.
He believes that Nigerians allowed its worst elements to take control of the government and the economy, leading to a critical situation that threatens the very existence of the country.
The lack of opportunities has created a vicious cycle of hopelessness and despair that has pushed many Nigerians to risk their lives to escape to Europe and other parts of the world.
Charly tweeted a video of young people swarming the UK Visa Application Centre (TSL) in Ikeja, Lagos.
Captioning the video, he wrote:
“UK Visa Application Centre (TSL) Ikeja Lagos yesterday.
“The best of our young workforce is leaving dis refugee camp.
“How we have allowed the worst of us to lead the best of us.”
UK Visa Application Centre (TSL) Ikeja Lagos yesterday.
The best of our young work force is leaving dis refugee camp.
How we have allowed the worst of us to lead the best of Us.😢 pic.twitter.com/bHVGm8TEyb
— Charly Boy Area Fada 1 (@AreaFada1) August 12, 2023
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