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Nabeeha Murder: Where Is The Value For Human Lives In Nigeria – Macaroni Blasts FG

Adebowale Debo Adedayo, the prominent Nigerian content creator and activist, who is widely known as Mr. Macaroni, has voiced criticism against the Nigerian government for its failure to address the escalating insecurity in the country.

Macaroni was reacting to the death of one of the six kidnapped family members in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja.

Recall that Alhaji Mansoor Al-Kadriyar and his six daughters were kidnapped over a week ago in the Bwari Area Council of the FCT.

One of the victims, Nabeeha, a 400-level biological science student at Ahmadu Bello University, ABU, in Zaria, was killed on Friday by her abductors.

The kidnappers had earlier demanded N60 million ransom, but now increased to N100 million after Nabeeha’s murder.

Reacting to the saddened incident in a series of posts on his X handle, Macaroni said; “It’s so sad to hear about the death of Nabeeha Al-Kadriyar.

“Six sisters were kidnapped and one had been killed. What is the government doing to ensure that the remaining five are not killed?

“Where is the value of human lives in Nigeria? How many more must die? How many more Nigerians will be sacrificed on the altar of irresponsibility and recklessness?

“The life of every Nigerian matters. The government must rise up and put an end to this barbarism.”

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Nigerians Suffering But Leaders Sending Money To Themselves For Holidays – Mr Macaroni

Debo Adebayo, the famous Nigerian social activist and skit maker, who is better known as Mr Macaroni, has slammed the leadership of the National Assembly.

He slammed them over their luxurious lifestyles amid unbearable hardship by Nigerians.

Macaroni lamented that while Nigerians are going through unbearable hardship, their leaders were sending money to themselves to enjoy holidays.

His reaction followed a video circulating online in which the President of the Senate, Godswill Akpabio, during a plenary session announced to his colleagues that “a token has been sent to their various accounts to enable them enjoy their holiday”.

The development has attracted many negative comments from Nigerians.

In a post on his social media platform on Wednesday, the social activist questioned why poor Nigerians have to pay for the luxurious lifestyle of their leaders.

“The Senate President has sent very expensive prayers out of the insufficient blessings of over 200 million people to himself and his already blessed colleagues at the National Assembly.

“These are the leaders that have asked struggling Nigerians to make sacrifices if they want things to work in the country. So while Nigerians are going through unbearable hardship, our leaders are sending money to themselves to enjoy holidays.

“Who are those that should be making sacrifices if not for our leaders?

“Do our leaders understand that leadership is about service, selfishness and sacrifice??

“Why do the poor people of Nigeria have to pay for the luxurious lifestyle of the leaders?? Why??? This isn’t leadership!!!”

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Mr Macaroni Reacts After Man Said He’s The Only Skit-maker Who Doesn’t Engage In Internet Fraud

Popular Nigerian skit maker, Mr Macaroni has reacted after an influencer stated that he is the only one that does not engage in cybercrime among his colleagues.

Earlier, an influencer identified as Provii had sparked reactions online after he claimed that Mr Macaroni was the only skit-maker who doesn’t do Yahoo to make money.

Mr Macaroni has called the netizen to order as he notes that he knows a lot of content creators who are hard-working.

He cautioned the individual not to disrespect his colleagues who are putting in the work and making their money legitimately.

“There are lots of content creators that I hold in high esteem, putting in hard-work diligently and legitimately. Please do not disrespect them this way.

There are also lots of new talents out there who wish to make a career out of Content Creation and some are well on that journey and have even started doing better than some of us. Please Let us do well not to discourage them,” he wrote.

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What I Observed About Hilda Baci – Mr Macaroni

Popular Nigerian skit maker, Mr. Macaroni, has disclosed what he learnt from record-breakiing chef, Hilda Baci.

Recall that Hilda Baci was yesterday confirmed by Guinness World Records as the new holder of the award for longest cooking hours by an individual.

While congratulating Hilda Baci on her record-breaking cook-a-thon in an Instagram post, Mr Macaroni noted that the chef is a determined go-getter.

He praised her for not giving up even after surpassing the previous record of 87 hours set by Lata Tondon and pushing herself to reach 100 hours.

Mr. Macaroni further expressed his gratitude to Hilda for inspiring him to do more and shared the greatest lesson he learned from her achievement.

In his signature comedic style, he announced his upcoming record attempt called “Freak-A-Thon,” where he plans to spend the longest time chasing “freakies.”

“Congratulations Hilda Baci. The greatest lesson here is that Hilda did not stop even after surpassing the 87 hours set by Lata Tondon.

“She went all the way to 100 hours and the decision to do so helped her set a new world record despite GWR taking away 7 hours. I’m inspired to do more. Thank you, Hilda. Daddy Wa is ready to shake the world,” he said.

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I Became Depressed After I Was Expelled From University – Mr Macaroni

Popular Nigerian comedian and skit maker, Adebowale Adedayo, aka Mr Macaroni, has revealed that he became depressed after he was expelled from the university in 2017.

He said he was depressed because it was the fourth university he was attending.

The skit maker disclosed this via his Twitter handle on Saturday.

He wrote, “I was dealing with depression late 2017/2018 —- That was the period I was expelled from Uni. And it was the 4th University at the time.”

Mr Macaroni said he also suffered another round of depression in 2018 because of his inability to find acting gigs.

He said it was during that period that he started creating contents and posting online and achieved stardom.

He added, “From 2018-2019 was another round of depression. I continued hustling for roles again in Nollywood. I have been acting on and off since like 2011… From one audition to another. Dem scam me tire. I dey pay for form on top say I wan act….

“I started creating contents and posting online late 2019 when depression wan finish me. God picked my call same year.” [sic].

Mr Macaroni clarified that he was later recalled by the institution that expelled him and graduated successfully.

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I Want To Start Living Life – Mr Macaroni Says As He Turns 30

Popular Nigerian skit maker, Debo Adebayo aka Mr Macaroni has revealed his greatest wish as he turns a year older.

Taking to his Instagram page to share dapper photos, the content creator said that he wants to live life as he turns 30.

Mr. Macaroni described his new age as Freaky 30

“Freaky 30!!!! I want to start living life!!!!” he wrote.

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‘Timeless’ Concert: Davido’s Dad Bought Me My First Laptop – Mr Macaroni Reveals

Nigerian comedian, Mr. Macaroni has revealed that Davido’s dad bought him his first ever laptop.
He made the revelation after hosting the much-anticipated concert by Davido, ‘Timeless’,which held on Sunday night at the Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos.
The concert had in attendance artistes such as Spyro, Asake, Inyanya and other music makers. His uncle, Ademola Adeleke, the governor of Osun State was also in attendance.
Kie Kie joined Macaroni to host the show.
Taking to his social media page, Mr Macaroni said that the show was “a timeless experience to cherish forever.”
He recounted the first time he met Davido in 2020 and how his father assisted him.
He wrote on his Facebook page, “Omo!!! Yesterday was a Movie!!! A Timeless Experience to cherish forever!!!!
“First day I met Davido, sometime in 2020, I told him how his dad, Dr. Deji Adeleke was our First Elder in SDA Magodo then… and how his dad bought me my first ever laptop which I used in school.
“I was always calling him from school to send me money and he never said ‘No’, neither did he block my Number 😂
“That Day, Davido said “make we dey go my house.
“So, if you saw me jumping anyhow yesterday, na the joy and happiness cause am 😂
Beyond Davido’s gracious heart, his music lifts my soul!!!!!!!
“@toroec call me a million times and I will answer!!!!
Queen of the 🎙 @kie_kie__ Thank you for always making it easy!!!!!!”
The concert follows the release of the super star’s latest album by the same name.
The album was released the afternoon of March 31, and it instantly amassed over a million streams on music platform, Boomplay six hours after release.
The album release announced the return of Davido to the scene after a long break, following the death of his three-year-old-son, Ifeanyi, who drowned in the family pool in November.
Upon the album release, it topped Nigeria’s Top Albums Chart, the UK’s Top Albums Chart and also on Apple Music.
Within 24 hours of release, the album broke Spotify’s record by clinching the number one spot of the biggest first day streams for albums on Spotify NG, with a whooping 4.91m streams.
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Nigerian Police Force Should Change Their Name To Nigerian Oppression Force – Mr Macaroni

Popular Nigerian skit maker, Debo Adedayo, aka Mr Macaroni has reacted to a viral video of a police officer assaulting a man in Port Harcourt.

The man was reportedly on his way to church when a police officer assaulted him.

According to Mr Macaroni, , the Nigerian police force only knows how to harass, extort and brutalize citizens.

Reacting to the video, Debo, an activist, tweeted: “The Nigerian Police Force should change their name to Nigerian Oppression Force. They don’t know more than harassing, extorting and brutalizing citizens. Shame!!!”

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Mr Macaroni Slams Actor Lege Miami N50m Defamation Suit

Mr Macaroni, a skit maker, has dragged Nollywood actor Adams Kehinde also known as Lege Miami, to court.

He is suing the actor for N50 million over defamatory comments made on social media.

Lege Miami made this known in an Instagram post where he shared the letter on Tuesday.

In a video he shared on Instagram while speaking in Yoruba, the actor told Falana and Falana’s Chambers, who issued the lawsuit, that he was friends with Mr. Macaroni and believed the skit maker did not intend his statements.

This comes shortly after Lege Miami called out Mr Macaroni for his message to Nigerian youths.

The skit maker had urged the youths to remain united and not trigger intertribal chaos over politicians “who will always be friends.”

Reacting to it, Lege Miami called out the skit maker and accused him of giving wrong information.

According to the suit, Lege Miami had allegedly accused Mr Macaroni of misinforming the public amid other defamatory statements against the skit maker.

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How I Became Mummy Wa In Mr Macaroni’s Skit – Kemi Ikuseedun Reveals

Popular Nigerian skit maker, Kemi Ikuseedun, who is better known as Mummy Wa, has made a new revelation.

She says the character she has been playing in Mr Macaroni’s skit was a coincidence.

In an interview with HipTV, the actress said she met Mr Macaroni on set while trying to do her own skit.

She also narrated how he invited her to feature in his skit.

“I wore my mom’s clothes for the first time that day, that particular cloth is what I use and I wanted to do my own YouTube video and as I was shooting I went outside and I saw Mr Macaroni,” she said.

“He was like come for my shoot and I was like okay do I have anything sexy to wear, something very nice and he said No, I don’t need you to wear anything like that.

“He said I should just come with what I was wearing. So, when I got on set, he was like Mummy Wa and I was like Daddy Wa.”

The actress added that her journey as a skit maker has not been an easy one but it “helps me financially.”

“It has been very overwhelming for me because it’s something I’m not really used to,” she said.

“I use to go for a lot of auditions before skit-making came in. This is something I can do by the side to make money and all of a sudden it became the main thing. It became something that I do almost every day.

“I feature on Mr Macaroni’s set and also, and I do my own thing too. So it has been great actually and it helps me financially. It helps my acting skills as well.”