Just like his twin, Peter Okoye of the popular Psquare fame, has reacted to Minister Of Information, Lai Mohammed’s recent declaration about banning music videos outside Nigeria. Recall that the Federal Government, at the weekend, decried the situation whereby films, reality TV shows and music videos are shot outside Nigeria for consumption by Nigerians. Peter Okoye reacts to ban of music videos outside 9ja.
The Minister opened up on steps to get the Nigeria Broadcasting Code, NBC to discourage the production of Nigerian movies and music outside the country. Read it up in full HERE.
Peter Okoye reacts to ban of music videos outside 9ja
In his reaction, Peter Okoye took to his social media page to slam the Federal Government. Peter said Nigerian artistes have been the ones covering the “shame” politicians “bring upon the country”. He also lamented about being called a Nigerian as he threatened to change nationality. Peter made this known in a series of tweets. See below…
“And our Government been failing us since 1960 #SMH. Dear FG, for your information! All the Shame way una dey bring for dis our country na we dey entertainers dey cover una Nash! Ndi ala #SMH. Sometimes am ashamed to be called a Nigerian because this people Tufia kwa Another Nationality Loading…… #shame.”
In the same vein, recall that his twin, Paul had given his thoughts about the development. Here’s what he wrote @rudeboypsquare, captioned with a picture he shared:
“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.” Read up his full response HERE.