Musiliu Akinsanya, popularly known as MC Oluomo, chairman of the Lagos State Parks Management Committee, has issued a controversial statement on social media during the governorship and state assembly elections conducted on Saturday.
MC Oluomo in a post on his Instagram account, referred to certain people as “Obidiots” as he asked them if they have realised that Lagos belongs to the Yoruba people.
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Akinsanya, a stalwart of the All Progressives Congress (APC) also said the so-called “Obidiots” should be bearing the brunt of the consequences of the term ‘Lagos is no man’s land.’
He wrote, “Hope the Obidiots believe now that Lagos belongs to Yoruba and they’re now facing the consequences of Lagos being no man’s land.
In his prior video that went viral on social media, he denied threatening the Igbo people, and this declaration, which has drawn harsh criticism, comes just 24 hours later.
He had previously stated that anybody who did not plan to support his political party, the APC, on Saturday should stay home.
Social media users have reacted strongly to the tweet and have criticized MC Oluomo for making such divisive and offensive remarks.
He has been accused of inciting racial tensions and using pejorative language to refer to members of different ethnic groups, prompting some to demand for the Lagos State Government to take action against him.
Idowu Owohunwa, the state’s commissioner of police, claimed that the initial video was the subject of an inquiry.
MC Oluomo’s latest post might not be unconnected with the remarks by certain people saying Lagos does not belong to Yoruba, a touchy statement that has attracted mixed reactions.
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