- A Nigerian lawmaker, Shina Peller, recently took to the stage himself and wowed many guests in his popular Quiloz Lounge
- The event was the 8th-anniversary celebration of Quilox Lounge, a very popular upscale nightclub in Lagos
- During the event, Peller was seen on stage performing Burna Boy's verse on Ayepo Remix and his fans online cannot get enough of it
Popular lawmaker, Shina Peller, left the hallowed chambers of the National Assembly to attend an event at his Quilox Lounge, Lagos and he wowed the audience with his performance.
It was the 8th-anniversary celebration of Quilox, a popular upscale nightclub in Lagos. Peller did not just want to show his presence by taking a front seat, he grabbed a mic and joined in the stage performance.
He gave a good performance, lyricising Burna Boy's verse on Ayepo Remix. His fans are not done talking about his surprise outing as many of them are still gushing over it online.
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Fans and social media users react
"Egbon Shinapeller na you go be the first African artist to perform for us at MSG."
"He was an artist back in Days of Daddy Shocky."
"The House of Assembly and House reps will come for him now... They will say he bridges their law."
"Did he vote for or against electronic transmission of results?"
"What is doing with walking stick . I no won hear say something something sup o."
Shina Peller eats amala and ewedu with his constituents
In a related story, Legit.ng previously reported how Shina Peller joined his constituents in Oyo state to eat amala and ewedu.
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In the said event, he was given a warm reception by his people and he subsequently joined them to wine and dine.
In a video he shared online, Peller was later seen addressing his people. He asked them if they possessed their permanent voter's card and they responded in the affirmative.