Mr Macaroni releases his first statement hours after getting released, see what he had to say.
By OmaGist_Hub | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 26 views
Popular Instagram comedian and influencer Mr. Macaroni has taken to his Twitter page to share his first statement after he got released from police custody earlier today.
Mr. Macaroni was arrested during today's protest at Lekki toll gate and some of the videos that were shared online today showed how traumatized Mr. Macaroni and other protesters who were arrested were.
Mr. Macaroni shared posted on his Twitter page moments ago and begged for peace to reign in the country.
He promised to share details of what happened at the protest ground and at the police station, his tweet is aimed at promoting peace and ending tribalism in Nigeria as he preached that everyone is his brother and sister despite the tribe we all come from.
Mr. Macaroni encouraged Nigerians to stand united and he also spoke concerning the rate of insecurity in Nigeria, he made it known to. Nigerians that it is the responsibility of the government to protect the country and its citizens
Read his tweet below
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