A Nigerian lawyer, bestselling author, and human rights activist, Rono Omokri, took to his social media page and reacted to the picture of a popular Nigerian singer, Portable dancing in front of the late Chief Obafemi Awolowo statue while campaigning for the APC in Osun state ahead of the upcoming Osun State governorship election.
Recall that the Nigerian singer, Portable was one of the APC supporters that attended The APC rally which was organized by the Bus Drivers Association to canvass support for Governor Adegboyega Oyetola's reelection bid.
Reacting to this, the Nigerian lawyer, bestselling author, human rights activist, and the former special assistant on media to the former president Goodluck Jonathan, Rono Omokri, has taken to his Facebook page to state that "This Vulgar display on someone of such historical significance as chief Obafemi Awolowo will even turn the people against the party.
He also said that " No Northerner will do this to statuesque of Ahmadu Bello.
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