Nigeria’s sensational hip-hop artist, Gabriel Oche Amanyi, also known as Terry G, has said the much-publicized #NotTooYoungToRun in his campaign poster does not in any way amount to a political ambition as has been viewed in some quarters.
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In a statement made available to Omonaijablog, he said, “Before you begin to get my message wrong, let me tell you that the ‘Akpako Master’ has no particular political intention, but just trying to use the idea to ginger the youths towards productivity in their various endeavors in life.
My intention is basically to encourage youths and support the course of not too young to run for a political office.”
He said, “Although, my attention has been drawn to a misinterpretation of my ‘legalized ginjah,’
I merely used the cliché to instill in them, to amplify the notion and promised them on the need for the masses by legalizing good road, good water, stable power supply, and other social needs that would make our Nigeria better.”
The Akpokpo Master, however, believed that if the idea is supported by all and carried out, “everything will be fair and legalized”.