Popular comedian, Seyi Law has opened up on how entertainers fared under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Reacting to a troll, who commented on his photo and called him out for publicly supporting looters, the comedian noted that an impoverished nation makes it easier for entertainers to make more money as citizens seek other means of making themselves happy.
In his statement, Seyi Law said he did not buy a house under former President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration but did under the current administration .
Hear him: “One of the reasons, I didn’t disclose my Presidential vote is because of some ignorant people. If I said I voted Atiku, they will say I wanted looting to come back like this one right here and if I said it was Buhari, many we would say I am supporting poverty.
Every administration comes with it’s own mistakes. During Jonathan’s term, I was comfortable because I believed spotlight was on entertainment and the industry grew, but a few benefited massively. Buhari’s tenure brought more money to the business, but outside poverty put a lot of pressure on entertainers and many capitalised on it doing
I decided to help secretly in Dms and some of the beneficiaries can attest as I believe poverty shouldn’t be used as a tool for fame. People’s dignity must be protected even if some lack respect in themselves.
I have congent reasons to vote Buhari and also have enough to vote Atiku as the other candidates are not even ready yet. In all, I voted my choice and did you vote yours? Let’s learn to learn from each rather than attacking ourselves over people more concerned about themselves.
The Buhari you are fighting for doubted his wife’s loyalty so who are you please. From unverified source, they claimed Atiku lost at home, do you know him more than his people?
Minding your business and self will guarantee better living. Next lever or getting Nigeria working again, the most important thing is a BETTER NIGERIA for Nigerians.
God bless you.”
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