Politics-related discussions on social media become more heated and combative as the presidential election approaches.
Comedian AY is one of the numerous Nigerian celebrities who have been urging youths to troop out next year for the presidential election.
The filmmaker in a post noted that it would be hard for youths to be disregarded at the polls because of the huge number of registered voters.
He then asked where people’s Permanent Voter Cards have directed them to. “Can your level of Atikulation to this question be traced to your senses of Obedience in saying “EMI lokan” ?”
In a reply to him, singer Paul Okoye simply told AY to stop standing on the fence.
“Bro make Una no dey stand for fence ♂️♂️♂️”
Seeing the subtle call out, the comedian after initially telling Okoye to call him if he needed answers gave him a befitting reply in another post.
AY ended his comment by telling the singer to do what he understands for now but he will end up apologizing later.
This has garnered different reactions from Nigerians.