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Ali Baba “You no go die better!” says comedian to enemies of Nigeria

On his Instagram account today (November 6), the veteran comedian blasted people who are working against the good of the country.

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Iconic Nigerian stand-up comedian Ali Baba is really a patriotic Nigeria.

He regularly speaks about the current state of the country online, and is not afraid to hit hard at the people who he believes are holding Nigeria back.

On his Instagram account today (November 6), the veteran comedian blasted people who are working against the good of the country.

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Ali Baba

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You can read his heated statements below;

God will bless all who put their lives on the line for us. Their families will know no sorrow. The grieving ones will be consoled. Their utmost desires in life will be fulfilled. Their children shall reap the rewards of their fathers' and mothers' sacrifices. We all join or voices to pray for their protection, provision and success at all battle fronts. Their pensions will not be stolen. Anyone who had had a hand in putting them in front of the enemies without adequate weapons and logistics will not know what diseases plague them.

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ALi Baba


"Those who kill our soldiers because of their selfish reasons will meet their fates in our soldiers hands. Above all, God will bless everyone doing their best to make Nigeria great again. And anyone doing otherwise and causing us to slip into broke zone, be number 59 on FIFA ranking, can't pay salaries, dollar rate 240 something, use burglary proof in our houses, use bullet proof cars, pay more for what we should actual pay less for, drive through dark streets, won't fix roads and as such cause deaths on our roads, causing people to spend their hard earned savings on medical trips to India and elsewhere, can't pay small salaries of teachers, but can pay huge salaries of legislators and militants, responsible for the sea of unemployed youths flowing through life aimlessly... Whoever you are, you no go die better!!!! Yes go call police!"

On November 2, Ali Baba encouraged the president to go hard in his fight against corruption. Watch Oulse TV video for more on the veteran comedian.

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