As the 2023 general elections draw closer, it will interest you to note that the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has lifted the ban on street campaigns making it possible for political parties and politicians to start their campaigns. Politicians have already started moving from state to state to woo voters to vote them into power come 2023. Lagos State which is heterogeneous and also dominated by popular celebrities has remained the center of attraction for politicians because of its population.
Ahead of the 2023 general election, it has been gathered that Mr. Macaroni, a popular actor and skit comedian has responded to the diatribe launched against some non-indigenes of Lagos State. It will interest you to note that Mr. Macaroni asked those telling non-Lagos indigenous to leave or not to campaign in the state if they are originally from Lagos.
The comedian in a tweet share revealed that he was born in Lagos State and also lived all his life in the Southwest state while his state of origin is Ogun State. He tweeted saying that “why are you asking me to go back to my state of origin? How many of you asking us to leave Lagos are even originally from Lagos? The election will come and go, but the people will remain.”