Kehinde Adams, a prominent Nollywood actor better known by his stage name Lege Miami, has criticized Mr. Macaroni for his comments to young voters about the upcoming Lagos state governorship race.
You may recall that Mr. Macaroni, following a peace discussion meeting with security personnel a few days earlier, created a video in which he encouraged young people to avoid violence and instead express their frustration with the government through voting.
The video of Lege's response to Mr. Macaroni's claim that he is a youth has gone viral since it was posted on Saturday.
To paraphrase: "He stated the skit maker should stop communicating to the teenagers and he should leave them to decide for themselves."
As he put it, "I don't want to start a quarrel, and I barely speak English, but I'll say what I can. Mr. Macaroni, I must warn you. What's up, Mr. Macaroni? You want to start a fight because your guy did something. Because of his track record, Asiwaju was able to win the votes of both the Hausa and the Igbo. Now that the governor's race is heating up, you're trying to mislead the young voters. Stop bothering the kids! A young person you are not! I never imagined I'd meet someone older than me."
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