Nigerian comedian, AY Makun asks the all too sarcastic question after the governorship elections come to an end.
The celebrity takes to social media to troll former Aviation Minister on his political play prior to the gubernatorial elections.
According to AY, with the Igbos now made to be the bad guys, what becomes of the Yorubas who married Igbo wives and have Igbo children.
EKO HOT BLOG reports that the Nigerian comedian AY Makun took to his social media accounts to express his reaction to the elections held in Lagos, Nigeria.
Using a sarcastic gesture, he addressed the issue of bigotry that has become increasingly prevalent during elections in the country.
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In his post, AY stated that now that the elections are officially over in Lagos State, he hopes that the talks about bigotry and maggots will end. He also made a direct jab at those who propagate negative narratives, referring to them as “coconut heads”.
Furthermore, AY referenced the controversial remarks made by former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, also known as FFK, during his recent visit to the South-East. The comedian called on people like FFK to tell the Yoruba people what they should do with the wives they married from the Igbo tribes after using ethnocentric sentiments to inspire voters.
AY using sarcasm, staged an attack on FFKs controversial remarks during his recent visit to the South-East and called on people like him to tell the Yoruba people what they need to hear instead of engaging in divisive rhetoric.
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It is heartening to see public figures like AY Makun speaking out against bigotry and divisiveness in Nigeria. Such statements can help promote unity and tolerance, which are essential for a healthy and prosperous society.
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