The quite outspoken filmmaker via his Instagram page, shared a video of the deceased queen throwing coins on the floor for African children to be picking from.
Through his caption, Olatunji Dacosta stated that Queen Elizabeth’s death is worth celebrating because she did a lot of damages to Africans.
He wrote, “Sometimes I wonder why we blacks act so silly and forgotten so soon how this Devil maltreated us and turn our forefathers to chickens here yet we are mourning her ..Her reign was worst than that of Abacha and IDI AMI. We are suppose to be happy and celebrating the death of devil rather that we morning her ..Shame on Nigeria. Shame on All blacks for for posting her and saying sweet words about her
Her death marks the freedom of all blacks all over the world. Long live Africa. Long live motherland.”
Recall that Queen Elizabeth, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and the nation’s figure head for seven decades on September 8, died aged 96.
“The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement.
With this latest development, her eldest son Charles, 73, has automatically become the king of the United Kingdom and the head of state of 14 other realms including Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
Her family had rushed to be by her side at her Scottish home, Balmoral Castle, after doctors expressed concern about her health. She had been suffering from what Buckingham Palace has called “episodic mobility problems” since the end of last year, forcing her to withdraw from nearly all her public engagements.
Queen Elizabeth II, who was also the world’s oldest and longest-serving head of state, came to the throne following the death of her father King George VI on Feb. 6, 1952, when she was just 25.