Popular Comedian and Influencer, Adebowale Adedayo also known as Mr Macaroni, has admonished Nigerians against tribalism when choosing their Presidential Leaders "If you are claiming that it is someone from your tribe that must be President because your tribe comes first then let your candidate be Leader of your tribe."
He made this statement yesterday via his official twitter handle.
Macaroni discouraged Nigerians against Tribal hate and bigotry and encouraged them to improve on their attitude towards choosing a presidential leader.
"If you are claiming that it is someone from your tribe that must be President because your tribe comes first then let your candidate be Leader of your tribe. Why do you want the person to be President of a Nation that consists of many other tribes? Please do better!!!.
"We must stop any form of Tribal Hate or Bigotry because any candidate who emerges President freely and fairly will be President of Nigeria and not President of his tribe. We must all do better!!!."
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