Nigerian social media comedian, actor and activist, Debo Adebayor, popularly called Mr. Macaroni has castigated the leadership of the current government.
This comes after the Minister of Information made a statement about the insecurity in the country as he said that despite the high rate of insecurity in the country, the Nigerian citizenry is in safe hands.
Taking to his Twitter page, Mr. Macaroni pointed out that the Lai Mohammed’s statement meant that Buhari’s administration is not of having the blood of innocent Nigerians on their hand.
Citing the heartbreaking incident that happened in Benue State where 36 residents of Shikaan Mbagena Kpav were murdered in cold blood, Mr. Macaroni described leaders of country as evil and heartless.
36 residents of Shikaan Mbagena Kpav in Benue State murdered in cold blood but Lai Mohammed said Nigerians are in safe hands!!! The Nigerian Government isn’t tired of having the blood of innocent Nigerians on their hands. We have Evil and Heartless people in power!!
You would recall that Mr Macaroni narrated how he was beaten by operative of the Nigerian Police Force when he was arrested during the #EndSARS protests.
Speaking about what they did to him, he said;
“That very day, I swore never to stop using my platform to call out the evil that the Police do. If they can do that to someone people know, imagine what they do to hundreds of thousands of unknown Nigerians.
We are in court though. We filed since last month; Aluta Continua. When I was at Adeniji police station, the police officers took turns to beat me up. They were even calling themselves to come and beat ‘Mr Macaroni’
They said in my life when next I hear police, I will run! One said if not that people would ask about me, he would have killed me. I should promote the same police institution that oppresses Nigerians? The majority of Police officers are just there to steal, rob, harass, brutalise and oppress the people. We see it happen every day.
You swore an oath to protect, yet you kill and destroy. Zero conscience! Every day, there is always one negative report or the other about the Nigeria Police.”