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It’s A Shame To Study Law In Nigeria – Peter Okoye Mocks Nigerian Legal System

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Nigerian singer Peter Okoye aka Mr P has slammed Nigeria’s legal system.

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According to him, it’s a shame to study law in a lawless country like Nigeria.
In a Twitter post, he expressed his anger, writing: “Imagine studying law in a lawless country.”
His comments may not be unrelated to the latest decision of the presidential election petition tribunal to uphold the election of Bola Tinubu.
Recall also that some days ago, he had condemned some banks for helping scammers use his name to defraud people.
In other news,

Famous Nigerian singer and internet personality, Peter Okoye, popularly called Mr P, has reacted to the controversy surrounding the launch of Nigeria Air.

KOKO TV NG recalls that the acting Managing Director of Nigeria Air, Captain Dapo Olumide in a meeting with the Senate Committee on Aviation on Tuesday, confirmed that Ethiopia aircraft was chartered to unveil the country’s national career.

The revelation comes after the House of Representatives had declared the launch of Nigeria Air a scam.

READ ALSO: “I Was Supposed To Be A Soccer Player Or Professional Footballer” – Peter Okoye

Reacting to this in a tweet on Wednesday, Peter Okoyo lamented how money continues to disappear from the country through corrupt politicians.

He tweeted: “Monkey stole billions, snake swallowed billions only in Nigeria. Now they borrowed an Ethiopian aircraft for a photo shoot worth 190 billion naira wetin remain again, dem go soon sell this country.”

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A few hours before the expiration of the former President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration, the immediate past Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika on May 26, 2023, hurriedly unveiled Nigeria Air on the claim that it would generate $1 billion in revenue within five years.

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