Adebowale Adedayo, a content creator popularly known as Mr. Macaroni had today from one of his tweets called on Nigerians to stop any form of bigotry or tribal hate and do better.
According to him, any president who wins the election through credible and fair election will become the president of the whole Nigeria and not for his tribe alone. See screenshot of his tweet below;
Subsequently, Mr. Macaroni blasted fans who will always claim that someone from their tribe must be President. "A Nation consists of many other tribes"he added. Even if your tribe comes first, it's not a guarantee that president must emerge from your tribe.
Below is the excerpt of his other tweet,
"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?"
What do you think about what Mr. Macaroni said?
Credit: Mr. Macaroni || Twitter
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