Popular skit maker Mr Macaroni recently shared a tweet that reads '' dear Lagosians be calm and peaceful. Don’t let these politicians drive you to destroy the properties of your fellow brothers and sisters who are trying to survive like you. The politicians themselves are living the softest lives. Be calm, please be calm. '' He disclosed as he called for calmness.
The popular actor who has been at loggerhead with some online bullies over his political affiliation has never been the type to be insensitive to the people's plight, as he has often ensured that he dies what is right or lend his voice to a social cause that is usually beneficial to the public, which he has often stood by in many of his affairs.
His tweet is definitely coming from a place of trying to unite the people against seeing themselves as enemies of one another, as they have to come to a common consensus, and understand that they have to unite to ensure that an effective government is put in place, which will be beneficial to all parties.
Images credit: Mr Macaroni Twitter's page.
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