Watch Olasubomi Okeowo, a Nigerian Presidential aspirant’s car crash interview ‘On The Couch’ with Falz & Laila.
In this episode of ‘On The Couch’ hosted by Folarin Falana, aka Falz and Laila Johnson-Salami, a journalist, Okeowo made several unflattering opinion that does not sit well with Nigerians.
This presidential aspirant’s perspective on most issues ranging from drug abuse to gender equality sound completely out of touch on reality. Without any knowledge on the current state and statistics Olasubomi needs a little more that an education in Nigerian state affairs as he almost crys ‘Fake News’ at every statistic the hosts present.
‘Leila, people like you give us stress!’
He went on to say ‘Leila, people like you give us stress!’.
I haven’t written anything down, but I know that it’s pretty simple…
When asked what his position is on gender equality, Olasubomi’s response came across as clueless.
Nigerians have taken to twitter to experess their views on this interview of Olasubomi Okeowo.
Is he a class president aspirant because it can’t be my country
Economics was your best subject . You know economies of scale with that wack definition and claim to know it from A-Z !?
I would have called cut after the first 5 minutes . This is embarrassing pic.twitter.com/qklNA9dy8t
— ebele molua (@Sheila_molua) August 19, 2018
“So why do you think Nigerians are under pressure”
“Because Nigerians are a people of wastage 🌚”
— YourFavOnlineDoctor (@DrOlufunmilayo) August 19, 2018
The gift that keeps giving.
So Subomi Okeowo decided to go and disgrace his entire lineage globally…😂😂😂😂 https://t.co/2Logs4tBNM
— Gwendolyn Eze (@GwAmbaEze) August 19, 2018
Subomi Okeowo is just a dullard.
You can’t tell me otherwise. 🤷🏾♀️
— Eyitemi (@Sharonie_) August 20, 2018
This is bad, this is really bad. This is some bell curve nonsense. This is crazy talk. https://t.co/E3FdpsBgFb
— Wale Gates 🇳🇬🇬🇧 (@walegates) August 20, 2018
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