Mr. P vows to give 10M to anyone who can find a tweet of him making ethnic bigotry statement

  • Peter Okoye encourages to get their PVC and retire failed leaders

  • offers 10 Million reward to anyone who can find a tweet from him and his brother making ethnic bigotry statement.

Mr. P vows to give 10M to anyone who can find a tweet of him making ethnic bigotry statement
vows to give 10 to anyone who can find a tweet of him making ethnic bigotry statement

is offering a 10 million reward to anyone who can locate a tweet in which he and his brother made a tweet insulting a tribe or region or made an ethnic bigotry statement.

The singer took to Twitter on the 12th of January daring people to try and find a tweet from either him or his brother that indicates them of ethnicity bigotry.

The singer stated that anyone who can find such a tweet will get ten million Niara from him, stating that he and his brother were campaigning for their preferred candidate without announcing other candidates.

See his tweet below;

“With 10 million Naira!
I challenge any one to screenshot a tweet where me or my twin insulted a whole region or tribe or even spot any ethnic bigotry statement. We are campaigning strongly for our Candidate without insulting any other candidate. Let’s call a spade a spade!📌”


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In a previous tweet, the “Look into My Eye” crooner urged to vote out failed politicians and reclaim their country.

The singer also expressed, via his verified Twitter handle, that politicians have no regard for Nigerians.

Okoye urged everyone to ensure they collect their permanent voter cards.

He wrote, “Just look at the kind of people ruling our dear country, Nigeria! These politicians and failed leaders don’t rate us at all! Shame. Please go and collect your PVC; let’s retire them and take back our country! is enough!”

Meanwhile, his brother Paul Okoye, popularly known as Rudeboy, has expressed his disappointment with the way many people go about promoting their candidates in the forthcoming elections.

This is in response to the remarks made by his fellow singer, Olawale Olofooro, aka , in which the latter cancelled the Igbo tribe and its candidate from the presidential race.

Okoye urged him () to mind what he preaches, as the 2023 elections will come and go, but his comments will not forgotten.

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