- Nigerian singer Mayorkun shared a statement as he spoke on how issues in the country have shifted from parents to the youth
- The singer said it was now everyone’s problem as many Nigerians stayed up to monitor the APC presidential primaries
- Mayorkun’s statement has fuelled deep reactions from fans and followers who advised people to get their PVCs
Popular singer and Holy Father crooner Mayorkun has shared a profound statement amid the All Progressives Congress (APC) primaries election.
Mayorkun, in a statement, stressed that in the past, elections in the country were only parents' concerns. However, he added that it was now the problem of everyone in the country.
The DMW artist said:
“Gone are those days when the country’s problem used to be our parents problems, they are now ours!”
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Netizens react to Mayorkun’s statement
The singer’s statement has stirred reactions from many of his fans and followers, Legit.ng captured some of the reactions, see them below:
"E don reach out turn we no still change anything."
"But now we understand that adulthood na scam."
"Because everybody watch small primaries we nor go hear word shaa get ya pvc not be to watch."
"They are not taking us serious cos we are busy shaking yansh and knacking whatever comes our way."
"My brother I watched how people who we trusted some much stepping down for Jagaban n I weak ,,,, especially female delegate from the east !!! This means this suffer people Dey suffer is non of their business!!! TRULY OUR PARENTS ARE NOW ARE PROBLEMS!! God go pay dem back ."
"The same way our parents fasted and prayed , we sef don start to they post Jesus."
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The statement read:
“In any contest, there must be a winner. However, I’m very proud of my choice of support in the person of Prof. Yemi Osinbajo.
“I have no iota of regret over my support for him. It was a privilege to play a pivotal role for him during the process.
"I would gladly do it over and over again. It’s a matter of conviction. And for all our supporters and other volunteers who worked assiduously, day and night on the PYO project, God bless you all. I’m so proud of all of you."