In an interview with Punch Newspaper, the Special Adviser to the Anambra State Governor, said the economy has not been favourable to Nigerians and the hardship shouldn't be allowed to go on for long.
In his words: “My appeal to the government is to bring the much desired change. Things are hard on Nigerians and we cannot continue like this."
Speaking further, he said: “People are suffering, there is no money. People are not smiling. These days, you hear stories of food theft because of the bad situation of things. All is not well for now."
In 2014, the "Checkmate" star declared his intention to run for for a seat at the Anambra State of Assembly in 2015.