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Cybersecurity Levy: Seyi Law Claps Back On Netizens Faulting His Comment

Ace Nigerian comedian, Seyi Law has reacted to criticisms following his disapproval of the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led government over the cybersecurity levy despite being a firm supporter.

New Telegraph had earlier reported that Seyi Law had criticized the Nigerian government for enforcing a 0.5% cybersecurity levy on all bank transactions.

Seyi Law emphasized that now is not the appropriate time for implementing a cybersecurity levy but rather for increasing the minimum wage.

His comment on the matter has generated a series of backlash from netizens who accused him of disloyalty to the administration he supports.

In response to the critics, Seyi referred to them as “idiots,” as he questioned the notion of blindly accepting every policy of a leader solely based on support.


He clarified to critics that the minimum wage concerns their parents and is unrelated to him, praising supporters of President Tinubu as “better Nigerians.”

He said: “Why do some id#ots think that because you support a person, you must therefore accept all his policies? Yes, the cybersecurity level is from an amended act, I presume, but I don’t think this is the time for the implementation. If there is anything that should be paramount to the government, it should be the new minimum wage.

“Some of you are crying, una never see anything. My brother, na your papa and mama dey collect a minimum wage. E no reach where I dey. The truth is the supporters of Mr. President are better Nigerians because we criticise when it is needed.”

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