I am ashamed to be called a Nigerian | Peter Okoye slams FG over plan to ban shooting of music videos abroad

Peter Okoye, one of the PSquare brothers has criticised the Federal Government’s plan to stop the shooting of music videos, movies outside the country.

Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed on Saturday said the government is working towards putting an end to the trend.

While responding, Peter said Nigerian artistes have been the ones covering the “shame” politicians “bring upon the country”.

“Another nationality loading,” he added.

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Comments (21)

  1. pls u guys shud stop dis nomsence and pray for a good future and a beter nigeria

  2. Ugochukwu Mark

    WHAT HAS SHOOTING A VIDEO IN ABROAD GOT TO DO WITHIN THE SITUATION IN NIGERIA,FEDERAL GOVERNMENT YOU GUYS SHOULD WAKE UP FROM YOUR SLUMBERS AND CONCENTRATE ON THE ISSUES THAT MATTERS MOST IN THE COUNTRY NIGERIA

  3. Osas Faith

    If they stop it , they should also stop people from traveling abroad for treatment. The fg don’t no what they are talking. Were is Buhari

  4. Ebenezer Komolafe

    SO why don’t they rather put a halt to Government officials getting health care abroad? Where is the president currently? These leaders have no clue IMO.

  5. Joshua Enefaa

    This government is just being stupid believe me…..what kind of old brain is this? Anyway is good for you people I know all the musicians that was chanting for change during the elections……

  6. Fela Williams Adanri

    There first video where is it shot with there oversized pullovers Africa queen that made tuface where is it shot olufunmi video by starplus that started the revolution in d music industry where it shot we enough location bro

  7. Tina Ocheni

    Dose in government shld lead by example by making sure dat dey use made in naija cars,stop going abroad for treatment & der children shld also stop going abroad for studies.

  8. Otuekong Tom Udo

    only to put our young men in low constitution.. is what they no.

  9. Hayomiday Darmola

    They wanna ban … … , but they can go for medical and holidays abroad, have businesses abroad, safe their looted fund abroad. I think that’s bullshit.

  10. Oludayo Olufemi

    Then relocate, what is your contributions to your Nigerian followers and lovers that supported you when you are climbing the ladder of success.

    1. Rain Happyboi Junior

      this is pure madness…. the pple in power who steal our money and contributed nothing to this country but hardship and here u are telling a fellow nigerian to relocated….. for the fact dat u aven’t benefited frm him doesn’t mean he as nt countributed to the nigeria economy….. he as done alot, helping nigeria youth….. xo go help urself and countribute to ur own country

    2. Nwankwo Charles

      @oludayo u are just a swine with no brain, a bug for nothing fool. You what have 7 done for your country

    3. Nwankwo Charles

      @oludayo u are just a swine with no brain, a bug for nothing fool. You what have 7 done for your country

    4. Nnanna Okpara

      Mr. Oludayo receive sense in Jesus name….. Amen.

  11. John Dahunsi

    Clearly the minister has exhibited crass ignorance of this issue concerning film production. Most box office movies are shot on most appreciate locations world over. If he concentrates his effort at improving scenic spots in Nigeria he will be surprised to find foreign mega movies will be filmed in Nigeria.

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