A lot of Nigerian artistes use Fela as an excuse to smoke and chase girls

A lot of Nigerian artistes use Fela as an excuse to smoke and chase girls

- Seun Kuti has said a lot of Nigerian artistes are using Fela Anikulapo Kuti as an excuse to smoke and womanise

- The legendary Nigerian singer made the statement in an Instagram lives session with talent manager Ubi Franklin

- According to Seun, Nigerian artistes also use Fela's name as an excuse to be reckless and rude to elders

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Legendary Nigerian singer Seun Kuti has said a lot of artistes in the country are using Fela Anikulapo Kuti as an excuse to smoke and womanise.

In an Instagram live session with talent manager Ubi Franklin, Seun said these Nigerian artistes also use his father as an excuse to be reckless and rude to elders.

According to Seun, those using his father as an excuse to be reckless and rude to elders grew up in Christian and Muslim homes.

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A lot of Nigerian artistes use Fela as an excuse to smoke and chase girls

Seun Kuti. Photo credit: The Guardian
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He said those who claimed Fela inspired them are not rude to authorities but to their elders.

In other news, an elderly woman who sells food broke down in tears when a stranger surprised her with cash gift on the road.

The stranger pretended he wanted to buy food but gave brought out an undisclosed amount of money and gave the woman to inject in her business.

The woman broke into tears and prayed for the man. She begged him to eat but the Good Samaritan declined.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that another batch of 13 Nigerian returnees from Canada, Germany and France has arrived in the country through Seme Border Post in Lagos state on Thursday, June 11.

The returnees landed in Benin Republic by Air France on Wednesday, June 10.

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A Port Health Services (PHS) official in Seme, who craved anonymity, said the returnees comprised of eight males and five females.

According to the official, the returnees had been screened by health officials.

The official said: “They arrived at 8:30 a.m. today from Canada, Germany and France through Cotonou Airport.

“We have collected their contacts and relevant information for follow up on their health status.

“This will be forwarded to officials of Lagos State Ministry of Health and NCDC who will be having random checks on them periodically."

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