Adams Kehinde, popularly known as Lege Miami in Nollywood, has called out skitmaker Debo Adedayo, also known as Mr Macaroni I in his message to Nigerian youths.
Mr. Macaroni had earlier counselled young Nigerians not to engage in tribal battles by allowing politicians to exploit them as an instrument of devastation.
“I know how some people must feel, I know we’re not happy with the way INEC conducted the elections in some certain areas,” he said.
He said the president-elect has been announced and any aggrieved candidate can go to court and should not allow anybody use them for their selfish purposes. The Nigerian youths must remain as one, he said.
“Do not die for any politician, don’t let any politician use you as a tool, that’s all. They are friends, we know they’re friends. The youth can have their choice but politicians will be politicians.
“Don’t give up and don’t lose hope. Anybody that is telling you as a Yoruba man to attack your Igbo brother or my Igbo brothers are telling you to attack Yorubas somewhere, Hausas or any other tr!be, my brother please don’t.”
“And while we’re trying to build trust for politicians we must remain united because only then can we say oh na we bring you in you no do well get out. Only when they see that we’re united is when we can make decisions like that.”
“Neither me nor my brother Falz have ever claimed leadership. We’re youths like yourself who just want the growth and development of our country Nigeria.” he added.
Adebowale “Debo” Adedayo (born 3 May 1993) is a Nigerian actor, content producer, and citizen activist better known by his stage moniker Mr Macaroni.
His fame arose from his comedy skits on social media, in which he plays the character of a political figure cum sugar daddy named “Daddy Wa” or a cruel professor called “Professor Hard Life.” He is a skilled dramatist.
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Debo popularized catchphrases including “Ooin”, “Freaky freaky” and “You are doing good”.
Debo is recognized for his social justice advocacy through his humorous works and internet presence.
His sketches ridicule societal concerns in order to raise awareness of human rights and to criticise ordinary social relationships.
Debo utilized his platform and presence at numerous protest places to speak against police brutality during the 2020 #EndSARS rallies in Nigeria.
During the 2020 #EndSARS protests in Nigeria, Debo used his platform and presence at various protest venues to advocate against police brutality – even after becoming a victim as a result.