Concerning the cybersecurity levy, Seyi Law confronts Tinubu, saying, “Let the poor breathe”

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Oluwaseyitan Aletile, better known by his stage name Seyi Law, is a comedian from Nigeria who has taken issue with the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) new cybersecurity levy of 0.5%.

According to LEAKNEWS, the country’s top bank ordered all banks to implement a cybersecurity fee on all financial transactions from Monday.

“Unacceptable” was Seyi Law’s reaction to the new CBN policy.

He begged the central bank to reevaluate the strategy.

The comedian tagged President Bola Tinubu in his request that Tinubu give the people a break and asked when the new minimum wage would be announced and put into effect.

He emphasized that after one year of the administration, nothing has changed on the ground and claimed that some ministers are not performing their duties well.

Seyi Law expressed his disapproval of government entities that fail to address citizens’ comprehension and let false tales persist on their X account. The statute specifies a cybersecurity threshold of 0.005%, while estimates range from 0.5 to 3 percent.

Even a 0.5 percent tax is too harsh for modern-day Nigerians. Is it our intention to once again promote the use of cash and discourage the use of banks? Centbank ought to look into this again, ASAP.

Two things have happened: stamp duty and this. I can’t stand it. Send some relief to the afflicted, @NGRPresident and @officialABAT. When is the new minimum wage going into effect? You should consider hiring new ministers. It has been one year, and we are still going strong.

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