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“Don’t go out to protest,” — Blackface makes passionate appeal to Nigerians

Blackface has warned Nigerians not to come out for the scheduled Feburary 5th, now 6th Protest against the Federal Government.
He said this in a Tweet he tweeted earlier today. He wrote: “Don’t go out to protest against anything people! it is useless and baseless especially in this sensitive period, don’t be used by politicians”

He also shared an Instagram post criticizing 2baba Idibia’s plan to join the February 5th march against the Buhari administration.
The note branded 2baba an ‘illiterate’ and then attempted to explain why the protest was not necessary, accused certain politicians, including the former president Goodluck Jonathan of embezzling funds, before asking the legendary singer why he never protested corruption before now.

This comes hours after PM News accused Senator Goodswill Akpabio of being the mastermind behind the protest. Though 2baba is yet to address the call out, Nigerians are already on Blackface’s Instagram, dragging him for filth.

Many also accused him of being jealous of his former colleague’s career; they referenced previous scenarios where the former star took potshots at the legend.
LETS EDUCATE THE ILLITERATE AS HE LEADS THE PROTEST. I read Tuface Idibia’s verbal tirade in Vanguard in which he said he will be leading a protest against Buhari on the 5th of February for among other things not paying salaries of civil servants. I think he needs to be educated about the efforts of the Buhari administration: So far Buhari has released three bail out funds to the 36 states in Nigeria totalling over N1.5 trillion in the last 18 months. Apart from this another trillion was released as Paris Club refund money to the 36 states. Buhari emphasized the need for the states to prioritize the payment of salaries of workers and pensions of pensioners as these states receive the money. Unfortunately, instead of some states to use the funds to pay off civil servants and pensioners salary and pension arrears they chose to loot the funds. A governor of one of the South South states siphoned N3b of the funds using his mistress as a front and now the mistress has run away with the funds. Tuface Idibia you can now see why Nigerians are suspicious of the motive and source of the funds for the protest you want to embark on. Why didn’t you lead a protest against these governors who mismanaged the Buhari bail out funds and the Paris Club refund money? Why did you not protest against GEJ’s looting of N51 trillion naira and the Godswill Akpabio alleged looting of over N1 trillion naira from the Akwa Ibom state treasury for which he is being prosecuted by the EFCC? Why didn’t you protest Akpabio’s alleged corrupting of a Supreme Court justice who is currently being tried for corrupt practices on the bench? Is it because you are a corruption apologist? Is it because you are the agent of corruption fighting back? Is it because you are part of desperate plot to poison the hearts and minds against a fantastically incorruptible President who fights the corrupt no matter whose ox is gored? We your fans want to assure you that if you go ahead with this protest we will reevaluate our support for you and it may be downhill for you afterwards. Rethink your actions and reflect deeply. Dr. Bunmi Awoyemi Divinewealth

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