On Friday, October 20, 2023, Mr Macaroni drove a peaceful protest on the third commemoration of the heartbreaking Lekki massacre that occurred in 2020. During the tranquil walk, he approached the Nigerian police to do a good job for individuals and delivery every one of the dissidents from 2020 who are still in their custody.
“We are here to honour the dead, to honour the lives of those that were lost on October 20, 2020. I want to use this opportunity to call for the unconditional release of all those who are still unjustly imprisoned. There are still some protesters who have been in prison since 2020, lawyers have been on the case every day but till now they’re still there. We are using this opportunity to call those concerned once again for the unconditional release of the protesters,” said the actor.
He said, “Some of us are still here because we love this country so much and we don’t want this country to burn. We want things to be better in own generation. That is why we always do this so that people never forget. We all deserve better.”
The entertainer has been additional dynamic beginning around 2020 regarding his activism. Close by activists like Falz and Aisha Yesufu, Mr Macaroni is quite possibly of the most striking face behind the noteworthy #ENDSARS protest which tried to end police brutatlity in Nigeria. In the same way as other Nigerians, he was arrested and abused at the main remembrance gathering in 2021.