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See What Mr. Macaroni Said After He Was Granted Bail That Sparked Reactions

One of the popular Nigerian comedians, Debo Adebayo who is popularly known as Mr. Macaroni has caused reactions as he broke the silence after he was granted bail from police custody.

The popular comedian was arrested yesterday morning at Lekki toll plaza after showing that he is among the protesters that justice to be served of the alleged killing of unarmed protesters on the 20th of October 2020.

The comedian was alleged dehumanized by the Nigerian police force after he was arrested for being a partaker of the #OccuplyLekkiTollGate protest that took place at the Lekki Toll Plaza on Saturday.

Aside from what happens at the Lekki Toll gate on Saturday, there were clashes between Fulani and Yoruba people in the Shasha market where many shops belong to Fulani, any goods were also disrupted as some Fulani ran for their lives in Ibadan.

Despite the treatment that the famous comedian experienced when he was arrested at Lekki toll gate, what he said was a little bit surprised people.

See What Mr. Macaroni Said After He Was Granted Bail That Sparked Reactions

He said that Hausa man is his brother, likewise Igbo and Yoruba man, we are all one.

He added that the government and the government alone is responsible for the insecurity in Nigeria.

He then pleaded for peace and explained further he will come back later to his matter.

Many people began to hail the comedian for his patriotism.

Many can’t keep their eyes from the comedian said, but to reply to him, here are some of the reactions in the picture below;



Ikuesan Oluwaseun (CEO OFOFONOBS) is a Nigerian news carrier blogger, writer, entrepreneur and a web developer. We bring you the Nigerian News, Music and All Informative Messages On This Medium. Connect With Me Via: IG/Twitter: @ofofonobs Call/Whatsapp: +2348114313795

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