SOCIAL MEDIA WASNT A MENACE WHEN GBAJA USED IT TO ADDRESS GOVT AS VAGABONDS, BARBARIANS – MR MACARONI
Nigerian skitmaker and activist, Mr Macaroni has tackled President Tinubu’s Chief of Staff, Femi Gbajabiamila for calling social media a menace.
The skitmaker shared screenshots of old tweets from Gbajabiamila which dated back to 2014, where he slammed previous governments, calling them Vagabond and Barbarians. He noted how social media wasn’t a menace to him then, but now that he is Chief of Staff, he realizes that social media is a menace.
Calling him hypocritical, he stated that it has become clear that he and his government, which he called desperate see Nigerians as imbeciles.
Urging him to fix the economy, he let him know that his mindset is wrong as people are suffering.
“Social Media wasn’t a menace when Mr Gbajabiamila used it to address the Government as Vagabonds and Barbarians in 2014.
Today, he is Chief of Staff and he suddenly realizes that Social media is a menace….
This was you when Social Media was sweeting you.
It is evident that you and this accidental and desperate government of yours regard Nigerians as Imbeciles!! Well, we are not!!! The people are suffering!!!
Fix up and put an end to this ridiculousness!!!!”.
Social Media wasn’t a menace when Mr Gbajabiamila used it to address the Government as Vagabonds and Barbarians in 2014.
Today he is Chief of Staff and he suddenly realizes that Social media is a menace…
Mr @femigbajaThis was you when Social Media was sweeting you.
It is evident that you and this accidental and desperate government of yours regard Nigerians as Imbeciles!! Well we are not!!! The people are suffering!!!
Fix up and put an end to this ridiculousness!!!! pic.twitter.com/klRCs2aVqu
— Mr Macaroni (@mrmacaronii) February 10, 2024
Over the years, Mr Macaroni has become outspoken in calling out the government.
Two years back, he had called out the First Lady of Nigeria, Mrs Aisha Buhari over the arrest of an undergraduate, Aminu Muhammed over his slanderous tweet against her.
Despite the explanation from his friends over his tweet, which stemmed from hardship and strike, Aisha Buhari had ordered his arrest.
Mr Macaroni, who wasn’t scared called out the First Lady for using her position to oppress the poor masses, noting how she isn’t bigger than the citizens or the law. He made reference to how Goodluck Jonathan and his wife, Patience Jonathan, suffered many insults from Nigeria, but they never arrested anyone.
His activism almost endangered his life as Mr. Macaroni had cried out a year back over several threats to his life for not supporting a ‘particular presidential candidate’.
Narrating his ordeal, Mr Macaroni revealed that he had received different threats including cyberbullying via different online attacks and tribal propaganda, from some party members and supporters of the certain presidential candidate because they felt he was against their choice.’