Respect Obasanjo – Timi Dakolo tells critics

Nigerian Singer, Timi Dakolo has cautioned Nigerians to respect Obasanjo and desist from insulting him.

This follows reactions that trailed an image ‘The Voice Coach’ posted on his instagram page @timidakolo with Obasanjo on a plane from South Africa.

Obasanjo was, however, criticized for wearing his seat belt wrongly.

Here are the comments: @chilly1990, “why is baba OBJ hanging seat belt around his neck like that?

@mi_dah “I thought baba was committing suicide with the seat belt

@beev_adi “Na neck baba dey wear his own seat belt?

@ameh.o “Why will you not shine teeth when you’re flying with grandfather of corruption.

In reaction, Timi said, “My people, that’s how the seat belts are

“I wore mine same way.

“Respect your elders. Thank You.”

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    Nnakwu Prince2 months agoReply

    Even if they insult him from now to eternity they’re losing

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    Sunday Abama2 months agoReply

    Nice one dokoro

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    Wonderful Archibong2 months agoReply

    please respect your leaders, it not easy to be there

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    Ikuerowo Blessing2 months agoReply

    Nigerians can’t do without insulting… They should just let this old man be oh

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    Ajayi Kayode2 months agoReply

    Leave baba ooo and respect elders

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    Godwin Gabriel2 months agoReply

    Nigerians can’t mind their business

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    Adegbite Segun2 months agoReply

    no one like Obasanjo

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    Samuel IbeOjo Okoh2 months agoReply

    insulting is not a solution

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    Augustine Chikwadon2 months agoReply

    Respect ur leader.

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    Adekola Folakemi2 months agoReply

    Is good to respect leaders

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