Hope the “Obidiots” now recognize that Lagos is a Yoruba territory. Oluomo Speaking out about the brutality in the governor’s race (Video)

Following the Saturday gubernatorial election, Musiliu Akisanya, also known as MC Oluomo, chairman of the Lagos State Parks and Garages, issued his first public statement.

The former NURTW addressed the Obidients, ardent Labour Party supporters, in his public speech.

Addressing the Obidients who he described as idiots, the Lagos Parks boss asked if they now believe that Lagos belongs to the Yorubas.

He added that they are now facing the consequences of Lagos being no man’s land.

“Hope the Obidiots believes now that Lagos belongs to Yoruba and they’re now facing the consequences of Lagos being no man’s land”.

“If you know you can’t vote for us, stay at home” Uproar as MC Oluomo reads the riot act ahead of election

Days before the election, MC Oluomo had read the riot act to Lagosians.

In video which made rounds on the internet, the Chairman of Lagos Parks, while addressing his people told them to next the next step once they see they are losing.

According to him, if they notice they are losing, they know what to do.

He also advised anyone who wouldn’t be voting for his preferred candidate, Babajide Sanwo-Olu to stay at home.

“Iya Chukwudi, if you know you no wan give for us, sidon for your home o”.

However, the MC Oluomo after receiving massive backlash, stated that he was only joking and was by no means trying to threaten Igbos in Lagos.

In the video he shared on his Instagram page, MC Oluomo denied threatening Igbos. He mentioned that he had always lived peacefully with all tr!bes. He also brought out Mama Chukwudi who said that MC Oluomo was only joking as he has always been cordial with her.

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Written by Izuchukwu E.N

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