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“I am not the one who said your parents should be unfortunate” MC Oluomo’s son lashes out at Peter Obi’s supporters

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King Westt, the son of the Chairman of Lagos Parks and Garages, Musiliu Akisanya better known as MC Oluomo has lashed out at Nigerians dragging him for campaigning for APC presidential candidate, Tinubu.

Taking to his Instagram story, MC Oluomo’s son urged them to continue cursing him as it doesn’t affect his account neither does it reduce Tinubu’s vote.

Taking a swipe at them, King Westt stated that he isn’t the reason why their parents are unfortunate.

“Make una curse from today till tomorrow e no dey remove 5 naira from my account and e no dey reduce the vote wey tinubu get. No be me tell una parents make them dey unfortunate”.

We need free and fair election’ Reactions as court bars INEC from using MC Oluomo to distribute election materials

Just days back, Netizens had taken to social media to jubilate after the Federal High Court in Lagos barred the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) from engaging the Chairman of the Lagos Parks and Garages, Musiliu Akinsanya better known as MC Oluomo, in the distribution of election materials in the forthcoming election in the state.

Kemi Filani reported that the INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner in Lagos State, Olusegun Agbaje, disclosed that the commission would engage MC Oluomo in the distribution of election materials. A move which generated negative relations from all and sundry.

In an update, the Federal High Court ruled in favour of the Labour Party, Lagos State chapter and bared INEC from using MC Oluomo for electoral purposes.

Netizens had taken to various comment sections to celebrate what some tagged a mighty win in the right direction while others noted that INEC has been compromised.

MC Oluomo's son mocks Peter Obi's supporters
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