- The recent declaration by the FG to ban musicians from making music abroad has been met with strong criticism
- Led by Peter Okoye, one half of PSquare
- The popular musician is so angry that he plans to change his nationality as a result
NAIJ.com had earlier reported that the federal government is putting plans in motion to stop entertainers from making films and music videos outside the country as revealed by minster of information Lai Mohammed.
Now, entertainers have started responding to the government’s plan. First to speak on this issue is Peter Okoye one half of music duo PSquare.
Taking to his social media pages, Peter wrote that sometimes, he is ashamed to call himself a Nigerian. He further went on to say that its entertainers who help the government cover up their shame. He ended by saying he government has been failing Nigerians since 1960.
See his post below:
As soon as more celeb reactions emerge, be rest assured that NAIJ will bring them to you.
Watch Iyanya tell NAIJ.com why it is important for government to support the entertainment industry below: