Nigerian veteran comedian, I Go Die, has reached out to his colleague Bovi after the messy social media fight over the senatorial ambition of an ex-governor of Delta State, Emmanuel Udughan.
I Go Die shared a photo of Bovi’s “Man On Fire” upcoming comedy show on his Instagram page and pledged his support to him.
The Goodwill Ambassador also announced that he will be there while urging his fans to attend the show.
The comedian said he has decided to support Bovi’s show ‘Man on Fire’ because entertainment brought them this far.
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“Regardless of what we have as our style and personality, Entertainment brought us this far.
“I can’t fail to join many in ushering support for BOVI MAN ON FIRE as he steps out on stage once again. See you there. Amb Francis Agoda.”
Recall that WuzupNaija had reported that I Go Die urged the ex-governor of Delta State not to contest for the senatorial position saying he did not achieve any remarkable feat when he was the state’s governor.
The Goodwill Ambassador highlighted all the ex-governors shortcoming and his ridiculously expensive uncompleted projects while he was in office.
I Go Die said Udughan enjoyed the executive position for eight years, with a revenue allocation of over Five trillion nine hundred and seventy-one billion two hundred million within that period.
He also said nothing can be ascribed to Udughan in terms of infrastructural and human capital development.
In a lengthy open letter on his Instagram page, I Go Die said he will continue to act in the interest of the larger society adding that he does not have a grudge against anyone.
On the other hand, Bovi accused I Go Die of being Udughan’s friend and questioned his silence while the politician was in office.
Bovi also revealed that I Go Die frequently visited Udughan till the end of his tenure.
In response, I Go Die, while sharing a picture of Bovi and Uduaghan, accused the comedian of being paid and used as a ‘baby lawyer’ by the former governor.
After a war of words over the issue, Bovi threatened to physically beat him up over the alleged accusation.