Don’t Stand On The Fence – Paul Of Psquare Tackles Colleague, AY After Comment On 2023 Elections
Singer Paul Okoye of PSquare has tackled his colleague, Ayo Makun, popularly called ‘AY Comedian for ‘standing on the fence’ as Nigeria prepares for the 2023 polls next month.
This is coming after AY while reacting to the statement made by the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Mahmood Yakubu, where he revealed that 2023 general election will be an election of young people, questioned his followers on the candidacy they were rooting for.
The comedian wrote; “we have 70,473,990 under the age of 49 years out of the 93,469,008 total registered voters for the 2023 presidential election, with a percentage of about 75%, it is clear that the youth cannot be disregarded this time. So where does your PVC direct you?”
Replying his colleague, the dreadlock-spotting singer via the comment section, tackled his colleague, saying they should stop standing on the fence and choose a preferred candidate.
‘Bro make una no dey stand for fence’, he wrote in the comment section of the Instagram post.
Why Many Celebrities Can’t Take Stand During Elections
Meanwhile, AY, recently stated the fear of being blacklisted or attacked is the reason many celebrities keep mum on their preferred presidential candidate.
The comedian made this known via his verified Twitter handle on Thursday where he disclosed that most celebrities become slaves to fear during the election season.
According to him, when a celebrity takes a stand on any political candidate of their choice, they are likely to be attacked by clueless thugs who would do anything to secure their own interests.
He wrote: “Most celebs have become slaves to fear during elections. Whenever they publicly take a stand on any political candidate of their choice, they are either BLACKLISTED or ATTACKED by clueless thugs who would do anything to secure their own interests. Stop putting them under pressure.”