- Alibaba has taken to social media to open up on his dreams
- The veteran comedian revealed he wanted to be many things while growing up
- In a lengthy Instagram post, he hinted on chasing a new dream and making it a reality
Veteran Nigerian comedian, Alibaba, has taken to social media to share some interesting facts about himself and all the things he wanted to be, growing up.
The 53-year-old entertainer who has made a name for himself in the comedy industry in Nigeria, revealed he wanted to be a pilot, lawyer, musician, actor, writer amongst many other things.
Going further, he revealed that he believes it is time for him to chase a new dream. Although he did not specify what area he would be focusing on, he stated that it is time for him to 'form new alliances and make those dreams a reality'.
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Part of his post reads: "As I think about the greatness that our country would have achieved and the continued determination by politicians to make it remain as it is, I have decided and resolved that, like ASA, SEAL, ANTONY JOSHUA... and all the sportsmen who pursued their dreams outside, it is time.
Time to look out, form new alliances and make those dreams a reality. As usual with all others who step out, the country will catch up as time progresses."
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Still on the comedian, he recently took to social media to react to a trending video of controversial Nigerian prophet, Chukwuemeka Odumeje, making a declaration about the dreaded coronavirus also known as COVID-19.
In the video, the man of God is heard stating the virus will be gone in April. This did not sit well with Alibaba who shared the video on his page, condemning pastors like Odumeje. He also called on the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) to do something about such pastors.
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Meanwhile, following the coronavirus pandemic that has hit Nigeria, many celebrities, wealthy citizens and men of God have reached out to the poor to help with food and financial aid. One of such people is Apostle Johnson Suleman.
However, it appears he received criticisms for giving to the poor and nothing to the federal government as some have been known to do.
Explaining his reasons, he stated that the government is not hungry, unlike the poor who are in need.
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