#OcuppyLekkiTollGate: Mr Macaroni finally breaks silence following his arrest

Popular Nigerian comedian and actor Mr. Macaroni has spoken for the first time following his recent arrest by security operatives during the #OcuppyLekkiTollGate peaceful protest.

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It would be recalled that the popular comedian was arrested alongside other Occupy Lekki Toll Gate protesters who protested against the reopening of the Lekki plaza months after innocent citizens were killed during the EndSars protest.

However, Mr Macaroni and the other protesters who were at the Lekki Toll Gate yesterday, February 13, has been released from prison with N100,000 bail charge.

Breaking his silence, Macaroni spoke about the recent ethnic clash going on in Ivan, Oyo state. Pleading for peace, he said that all tribe in Nigeria are his brothers.

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He also added that the government alone is responsible for the insecurity in Nigeria and that it is their duty to protect all Nigerians.

He tweeted: “The Hausa man is my brother, so is the Igbo man and The Yoruba man. We are all one.

“The Government and the Government alone is responsible for any insecurity in Nigeria and it is their duty to protect all Nigerians. I plead for peace. We will come back to my matter later.”

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