The government and many citizens are busy preaching high patronage of "made in Nigeria" goods and service.

The government and many citizens are busy preaching high patronage of "made in Nigeria" goods and service.

The government and many citizens are busy preaching high patronage of "made in Nigeria" goods and service.

This is said to harness peace and unity as well as help in the improvement of the country’s economy.

But it seems not all celebrities are cool or confident in the country’s capacity as Kallywood star, Ali Nuru seems to have given up on his country, Nigeria.

The actor has recently been campaigning relentlessly for Nigerians to seek medical attention in an India hospital, especially for surgery.

This is coming slightly after he was made a brand ambassador of Speedy Recovery, an international health care company.

Well one would say he is simply working for his daily bread but at the same sabotaging the plans of the government to narrow our wealth and resources to remain in the country.

 

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