Popular Nigerian comedian, actor and skit maker, Debo Adebayo popularly known as Mr Macaroni a.k.a freaky daddy, has revealed that he sometimes go back to watch videos where prior to the 2015 general election, the then General (now president) Muhammadu Buhari used to criticize the then president, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan especially in terms of security .
The 29 years old theater arts graduate of Redeemer's University made this known via his verified twitter handle, as he reacts to the issue of insecurity that is currently ravaging the country.
The talented thespian recalled how President Buhari rode to power using insecurity as his major selling point with a promise and assurance that as a retired general, he have what it takes both by training and experience, to tackle the issue of insecurity in the country. But unfortunately, the situation seems to be worsening as the days go by.
See his tweet below;
"I sometimes go back to watch videos of how President Buhari heavily criticized GEJ on Insecurity. President Buhari rode into office as per the savior. A man of integrity. A General who will come into office and take control. I can’t even lie, I had high hopes.
Look at us now."
Mr Macaroni explained that like other Nigerians, he had a very high hope that with president Buhari at the helm of the affairs, insecurity will be a thing of past in Nigeria.
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