Nigerian Govt Makes laws without abiding by it – Don Jazzy

Popular Nigerian music producer and entrepreneur ,Michael Collins Ajereh, popularly known as Don Jazzy, expresses his opinion on the Nigerian government making laws but not abiding by it.

The 36 year old Mavin records boss took to Twitter to lament that it is a pious act as government only obey laws when it will benefit their selfish interest.

“Isn’t it pious that a govt that tells her citizens to always obey the rule of law doesn’t lead by example? They only regard the rule of law when it suits their sentiments. Let’s just pretend we’re not in a banana republic. #VoiceOfTheDon,” the singer and songwriter wrote on his Twitter page.

Don Baba has been adding to the discource of governance in the country recently with the hastage #VoiceOfTheDon.

Speaking on unemployment, the entrpreneur noted that job creation is not an exlusive function of the government, adding that all that is needed is the creation of healthy environment for businesses to thrive which will bring about massive employment opportunities. This is a reaction to a comment credited to the Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chris Ngige who was quoted to have said Nigeria’s unemployment rate hits 33.3 percent by the year 2020.

“Job creation isn’t an exclusive preserve of a country’s govt. D govt just needs to create an enabling environment for businesses to thrive, most especially in a populous country. An extensive capitalist market economy would reduce unemployment to d barest minimum. #VoiceOfTheDon,” he wrote.

Sowore continue detention

His reaction is believed to be due to the continued detention of Omoyele Sowore, the owner of an online media outfit, SaharaReporters, who is still in the custody of the Department of State Service (DSS) over an attempt to organize a protest tagged #RevolutionNow.

Justice Taiwo Taiwo had ruled that he should be released to his lawyer and release his international passport to the court in order not to run out of the country.

According to his lead counsel, the DSS still continued to hold onto Sowore having been served with the court judgment.

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