Mr Macaroni, a Nigerian skit maker and actor, has spoken out against celebrities who call for a better nation while betraying others.
- Mr Macaroni said in a post on Twitter that some people who participated in the EndSars protest are busy collecting good money from politicians.
EKO HOT BLOG reports that Debo Adebayo, popularly known as Mr Macaroni, a Nigerian skit maker and actor, has spoken out against celebrities who call for a better nation while betraying others.
Mr Macaroni said in a post on Twitter that some people who participated in the EndSars protest are busy collecting good money from politicians.
According to Macaroni, if one condemns such an act, people will accuse him of preparing his colleagues to be despised by the general public.
He tweeted: Everybody go dey shout we want better nation. Some people dey back dey collect better money. If you condemn such acts they will say u are setting your colleagues up to be hated by the people. Meanwhile you are in front risking it all. Abeg, make everybody dey their dey.
Mr Macaroni recently paid a courtesy visit to his alma mater, Babcock University High School.
The skit maker, who was the Head Boy of 2008/2009 set, was given a royal welcome by the school management and students.
There was widespread jubilation among the students as they all tried to get a glimpse of him.
Sharing the sweet moment on his Instagram page, he said that it was a delight for him to visit the school that helped shaped his early stage.
He added that Babcock High School helped imbibe core values that have influenced him positively.
He appreciated his teachers and management for their love and support over the years.
“I Paid a Visit to my Alma Mater; Babcock University High School where I served as Head Boy of the 2008/2009 set.
It’s always a delight to visit the school that helped shape my early stage and imbibe in me core values that have influenced me positively up till this moment.
Thankful to all my teachers at High School for their love and support over the years.
Special Thanks to my Mother, The Principal; Dr Mrs Adebawajo who was my Literature-In-English Teacher during my school days.
She helped me love literature even more.
I will always be proud of my school and I will always be ready to answer whenever I am called upon.
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