Nigerian singer and businessman, Peter Okoye popularly known as Mr P has a message for poor Nigerians.
The singer is one of the few celebrities, who has been vocal about the forthcoming election.
Taking to his Instagram story, to share a photo of him living his best life.
Mr P stated that if Nigerians don’t vote wisely, they would end up suffering.
The singer, was no doubt referring to the average Nigerians, as they would suffer the most if a bad government enters into power.
“If you like don’t vote wisely, Na you go suffer. Wetin concern me”.
Peter Okoye’s strict instructions to his employees
Mr P who is taking the 2023 general election serious, sternly issued out strict instructions to his security team.
The singer revealed that he warned his security and management not to allow anyone to his house or office without showing their PVC.
According to him, this instruction is also for his management team and entourage.
Peter Okoye reaffirmed his words that without voters card, no visits and travels with him.
“I have just instructed my security and my management that No one is allowed to visit my house or my office without showing their PVC! This also include my management team and entourage! No PVC! No visits and travels…We must get it right this time and vote out bad leaders”.
Peter mocks politicians
Kemi Filani news recalls Peter Okoye of PSquare fame had tackled and mocked politicians in the country for the way they had been obtaining the presidential form ahead of 2023.
His post came after Pastor Tunde Bakare had also obtained the N100 million form to join others under APC in the presidential race.
Peter Okoye told them to calm down as the rate at which they were declaring for the form can’t be compared to the declaration for beer parlour.
Mr P shades unemployed graduates
Peter Okoye had thrown shades at unemployed graduates who were still rooting for the ruling party to continue in the next general elections.
The father of two via his social media platform wrote, “A graduate with no job. You manage to buy smart phone and come on social media and start defending who made you jobless.”