Nigerian Rapper CDQ Laments The Rising Cost Of Living Without A Rise In Minimum Wage

Rapper Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf aka CDQ has turned to Twitter to express his regret about the everyday increase in Nigerians’ cost of living.

The rapper claimed that although prices are rising, the minimum wage has not kept pace. MI tweeted about CDQ who recently hit a colleague:

“Are we going to ignore d fact that things are really getting difficult for d masses day by day in Nigeria. People are getting tired already. Pure water #5 is now #20 Egg of #30 is now #120 Bread of #200 is now #1,200 diesel of #164 is now #800 yet no increase in Minimum wages.”

“The only question is : How did we get here what happened to our currency that it got so depreciated even below Ghana cedis. where are the developments all the money borrowed spent on. all these people ruling us do they have heart and conscience atall? Are they really human.”

CDQ is not the first famous person to vehemently lament the difficulties in the nation brought on by Nigeria’s rising cost of living.

Others have spoken out about it, including Davido, Kate Henshaw, Aremu Afolayan, RMD, Rita Dominic, Adeniyi Johnson, Waje, Ifu Ennada, Chinonso Arubayi, and TBoss.

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