Nigerian Government To Use Tekno As A Scape Goat Over His Viral Agege Video
The Federal Government has taken steps to utilize Tekno as a substitute to send solid sign of bigotry to ‘garbage and unethical behavior’, as it communicated disillusionment that the Cartel Music supervisor discharged the music video which started contention while being shot.
Review that Tekno endured a reaction subsequent to being seen in a viral video shared via web-based networking media moving in a straightforward moving van on the Lekki-Ikoyi Link Bridge in Lagos, with four semi-naked ladies.
Responding to the arrival of the music video, Director General of the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) a parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, Segun Runsewe said they were questioned by Nigerians at home and in diaspora after a clasp of the semi-bare ladies became a web sensation. He additionally cautioned against dishonorable behaviors which isn’t a piece of “our” way of life.
“We praise the police for capturing Tekno for the dishonorable offense. A similar individual, who was conceded abandon wellbeing grounds has proceeded to discharge the disputable video. We are currently cautioning him to stop from this disgraceful direct, which isn’t a piece of our way of life.
“No single individual is greater than Nigeria; regardless, we are going to utilize him as a substitute to send solid flag that this administration does not endure drivel and unethical behavior, yet discipline, which is our ethical standard.
“Since the hostile Tekno trick video went to the spotlight, I have gotten many phone calls and SMS from Nigerians at home and others in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada and different pieces of the world questioning why such abnormalities would be endured in Nigeria.
“Since he has discharged the disgraceful video when examination is as yet continuous, we will illuminate security organizations to put him on their watch list, since his activity is a danger to national security and a terrible effect on Nigerian adolescents.
“We are focused on uncovering defenders of this sort of hostile sights and recordings. We caution that bareness isn’t a piece of our way of life and ought not go on without serious consequences. The Federal Government will from this time forward fish out clubs for bare artists the nation over for their advertisers to confront indictment.”