Last weekend, the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed announced the intention of the Federal Government to ban Nigerian entertainer from shooting their music video outside Nigeria to facilitate the Nigerian economy. This has however driven much reactions from Nigerian entertainers across especially towards the Minisiter himself. Here are five top Nigerian celebrities who have spoken on the trending topic and how resonant their words can grow.
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Paul and Peter Okoye (Psquare brothers) were the first to react to the ban of Federal Government. Peter Okoye , in several tweets expressed his disappointment saying:
“Dear FG, for your information, all the shame una dey bring our country na we entertainers dey cover your nash Ndi ala. Sometimes, I am ashamed to be called a Nigerian… Another Nationality loading.”
Paul Okoye also posted this on his Instagram page:
“Our behavior when we hear say FG dey plan stop something….soon dem go tell us how and which style we go dey use de Kpakam our wife dem let me come and be going.”
Shortly after these reactions, the All Progressives Congress, APC, youth renaissance group has called for the arrest of Psqaure over perceived insults on the Federal Government.