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See What Okey Bakassi Said To Mc Oluomo Over Linking Igbos To Tinubu Stickers In Lagos Parks

Veteran Nollywood actor Okey Bakassi has criticized Musiliu Akinsanya, also known as MC Oluomo, the chairman of the Lagos State Park and Garages Management Committee, for blaming the Igbos for selling stickers to truck drivers to support Bola Tinubu’s presidential campaign.

Earlier, had claimed that there had been unrest on Tuesday in the Lagos State neighborhood of Agbado when drivers were made to pay N500 to put Bola Tinubu’s campaign stickers on their Kekes.

In a viral video seen by this news platform, one of the union men at the park was seen mounting pressure on a Keke driver to pay N500 as he attempted to forcefully place the stickers on his Keke.

MC Oluomo Reacts N500 Tinubu Campaign Stickers Imposed On Keke Riders

The Keke driver, on the other hand, balked and insisted on refusing to pay a dollar, even offering to pay the fictitious union official to remove the sticker from his Keke.


The news sparked a flood of comments in which netizens insulted the APC candidate whose picture was on the sticker.

However, in response to the video, Mr. Akinsanya claimed that the Igbo or the PDP were in charge of the ticket sales to tarnish Tinubu, the APC’s presidential candidate.

He asked his fans to beat violators and then turn them over to the police.

“Whether it is you, the Igbos who are devising these means or opposition PDP, don’t give us bad names,” he said in Yoruba Language in a video reaction.

Commotion As Lagos Union Forces Keke Drivers To Pay N500 For Tinubu’s Campaign Stickers (Video)

Reacting to this Okey Bakassi questioned why MC Oluomo had to drag Igbos into the drama.

Commenting on an Instagram blog post, the father of three wrote: “Why drag Igbos into every problems in Nigeria? The hate is unnecessary and it’s becoming boring.”



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