Mr Macaroni Speaks On Contesting For 2023 Presidential Elections

The comedian made this known on the microblogging platform, Twitter on Wednesday, 23rd March after a fan during a question and answer session nudged him to contest, promising to crowdfund his campaign.

Macaroni replied “Sound Sultan sang: “I want to be like Moses…. Show my people dem to the promise land… but then I notice something… the people wey try am don dey underground….”.

When another of his fans asked, if he is considering getting married anytime soon, Macaroni responded thus: “Nooooooooo!!!! Marriage scares me. I haven’t been in a relationship since my time in HNAUB… That’s like 2011-2012.”

He also revealed what he does anytime he gets horny, “I have some female friends who are also scared of relationships. I call them and We pray together,” he said.

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See more of the Question and Answer session with Mr. Macaroni below:

What brought up the issue of Agbada in your skit?

Omo.. I didn’t know what I was doing then ooo.. late 2019. I was just frustrated, tired and depressed from not getting roles. I was trying different characters and posting online. One day, I carried that Agbada and did a video. And boom.”

Mr. Macaroni also stated some facts about his personality

For those that keep asking… These are pure facts. If you have questions, you can ask. I am Adebowale Adedayo, born in Lagos on the 3rd day of May, 1993. Into a Muslim and Christian Family. I answer David and Ibrahim. My state of Origin is Ogun. I’m from Abeokuta precisely. I attended Tendercare International Nursery and Primary school in Ojota, Ogudu. Now at Magodo isheri. So I be Ojota/Magodo boy. I started secondary school in 2002. @ Babcock University High School.

“I went to 4 Universities. I gained admission into LeadCity University in 2009. I was studying law at the time. In 200L, our school had accreditation issues, we started to protest, things got hot. I had to leave the school. Lol. I miss City sha. Sweet school like this.

“From there, I went to Houdegbe North American University Cotonou in 2011. I was still studying law there… I cos small wahala. I had to leave. From there I went to Afe Babalola University in 2012… it was there I decided to go back to my first love; Theatre. As Law don tire me.

“One thing led to the other, I had to leave ABUAD and that was when I went to Redeemer’s University in 2013 to study Theatre Arts. Small wahala happen. But everything settle las las… I finished there got my certificate and the rest is history.”

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