Famous Nigerian comedian Okey Bakassi has revealed what happened to his love for Nigeria because of the President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.
The veteran comedian made this known via his verifed Twitter page.
“I lost my “virginity” under Buhari’s administration…yes!…my love for Nigerian was pure and unbroken until Buhari happened to us in 2015. I can’t recognise my beloved country anymore,” he tweeted.
Bakassi’s tweet is coming weeks after he mocked those who criticised one of the presidential candidates, Peter Obi, over his trip to Egypt.
The Labour Party presidential candidate had recently tweeted about his trip to the Northern African country.
“Peter Obi critics are angry he went to Egypt for serious business instead of medical checkup in London,” he tweeted.
Since the election season began, several Nigerian celebrities have been vocal about not just their choices but also about citizens’ participation in the forthcoming elections.
“I have just instructed my security and my management that No one is allowed to visit my house or my office without showing their PVC!” Peter Okoye of PSquare tweeted.
Okoye and some of his colleagues have been at the forefront of voter registration ahead of the 2023 general elections.
These celebrities have stood their ground about Nigeria getting it right in the next elections.
Some of these celebrities have even vowed to call out their colleagues who collect money from politicians to campaign for them.