Debo Adebayo, a Nigerian skit-maker, well known as Mr Macaroni, has criticized the Leadership of the National Assembly for their luxurious lifestyles amid the unbearable hardship experienced by Nigerians.
Mr Macaroni spoke about this on Wednesday, through a post in response to a video that was rapidly circulating on social media. The Senate President of Nigeria, Godswill Akpabio informed the Senate Members in the video, that they had been allocated to ‘enjoy their holiday’.
Responding to the video, Debo Adebayo questioned the Nigerian Senate President and the other leaders. His words, “These are the leaders that have asked struggling Nigerians to make sacrifices if they want things to work in the country. So while Nigerians are going through unbearable hardship, our leaders are sending money to themselves to enjoy holidays.”
He wrote in another tweet “The Senate President has sent very Expensive prayers out of the insufficient blessings of over 200 Million people to himself and his already blessed colleagues at the National Assembly.”
The activism of Mr. Macaroni became evident in October year 2020 during the unforgettable ENDSARS protest. The home of Nigerian comedian and showbiz entrepreneur Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY, was razed on Sunday. The cause of the fire outbreak was however unknown.
After the video went viral on social media, fans were worried about AY’s welfare because there was no certainty whether he was in the house at the time of the fire or not. His colleagues prayed for his safety on social media as they expressed their concern for him.
Thereafter, AY took to his Instagram page and posted a video reflecting on God and his family being the most important things to him. Likewise, he posted a video and two pictures of himself, his wife, and his youngest daughter expressing his excitement about joining them in the United States very soon, because at the time of the fire incident, they were out of Nigeria.
This report is according to the Premium Times.
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