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Peter Okoye Slam Nigerians Who Vote For Looters And Harass Celebrities For Giveaway

Peter Okoye has lashed at Nigerians for making bad political decisions.

Peter Okoye of the music group, Psquare, has taken to social media to lambast Nigerians who vote for corrupt politicians and then turn around after few months to beg celebrities for giveaway.

Peter Okoye Slam Nigerians Who Vote For Looters And Harass Celebrities For Giveaway

Peter Okoye PSquare

In a post shared on his Twitter page, the singer lamented that Nigerians fail to hold politicians accountable for allegedly looting the treasury, but would look up to celebrities for giveaway with so much entitlement.

Peter, who discribed the scenerio as misplaced priorities, frowned at how some Nigerians hype and vote for looters because of little money which he described as ‘crumbs’.

He wrote: “Truth be told! We are in a country where by citizens allow politicians to loot money and play, entitlement on Celebrities and individuals hard earned money…. Una Dey meant”

“You go and vote for Looters, hype them and collect crumbs. Few months later u will come here & look for any celebrity that will do Giveaway for u. if they don’t give u they are stingy, you feel so entitled bt forgot to hold those looters accountable. Ọkwá misplaced priorities!”

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KanyiDaily recalls that Peter Okoye had recently revealed that he isn’t afraid to die because he has tasted poverty which he considered to be worse than death.

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