Biafra – PSquare’s Jude Okoye Revolts, Knocks Nigeria Government

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Sequel to the bold statement made by super talented music star Peter Okoye of PSquare, to dump Nigeria and change his nationality (which is understood to mean that he is rooting for Biafra), his brother Jude Okoye  lambasted Nigerian Government and advised the politicians to jettison their double standards of having one set of rules for politicians and another set of rules for other citizens.

He admonished them to start patronizing local hospitals and Universities. He said that Nigerian politician even travel abroad to treat ordinary mosquito bite, while neglecting the local hospitals. Jude advised the Nigerian government to live by example.

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He reminded the Nigerian government of how they neither supported the music industry, nor empowered the music artist. This was in a reaction to the statement made by the Nigerian minister of information Alhaji Lai Mohammed, who said that shooting of music videos abroad has been banned.

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However, Nigerians and Biafrans alike have been applauding Peter Okoye for speaking up and joining the myriad of other Biafrans who have been calling for referendum. Before now, there has been an uneasy calm from Biafran celebrities who has never said anything concerning the killing of Biafrans by both Nigerian military and Fulani herdsmen.

Feelers from Biafraland believe that Peter Okoye has just ushered in a stage in Biafran agitation where Biafran celebrities from all works of life will come out boldly and support the restoration of Biafra

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Meanwhile the ruling party APC, has threatened to arrest Jude Okoye, calling him a son of darkness (what an irony?)

It is understood the these celebrity are sick and tired of the fast diminishing Nigeria and are patiently waiting for the emergence of Biafra. Many believe that they have been reluctant to join the agitation to avoid punitive measures by the Gestapo-like Nigerian government led by Mohammadu Buhari.

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