Kelly Hansome ‘Shamed’ Out of APC Meeting in America (Watch)

Miclenz Kimbiblog
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Individuals from the All Dynamic Congress (APC), America section, on Sunday threw out Nigerian Vocalist Kelly Hansom for rocking the boat.

In a video shared on Instagram, the US-based music star was seen being accompanied out of the structure. This came after he voiced his uneasiness with the situation developing in their home State, Imo.

Tending to the squabble that occurred during the gathering, the US-based vocalist, through his Instagram account, explained that specific political figures in his state, including Representative Athan Achonuwere, endeavored to smother his ability to speak freely.

Hansome made a claim that his sole purpose during the meeting, was to correct the information regarding the insecurity in Imo state, which he asserted was financially supported by the state government under the leadership of Hope Uzodinma.

He strongly reiterated that no individual should ever collaborate with others in an effort to destroy his people, firmly stating that such actions are unacceptable.

Sharing the video, Kelly Hansome wrote:

“Trying to practice the suppression of the freedom of speech in a country where there is respect for human rights is a dumb move. They called the police to escort me out and I left, honorably. No disrespect intended, just the truth. Everybody knows the truth. ????#imostate

“You came to know our mind and we have told you our mind and you have asked us out and we’re out. That’s suspicious. Where’s the money? Nowhere. So, stop speaking English.”

In another post, he added,

”Senator Atan invited me to join the an Imo State forum apparently organized by APC to canvass for another 4 years of failure to do the needful. I’m trying to set the records straight about his statement on the insecurity issues in Imo State, he iindirectly admitted that the government of IMO state was responsible for the insecurity in Imo State that took lives of our loved ones over there and has kept the whole state in fear and unrest.

“He said, I stood up to tell him a that that was not ok. Denying the situation on ground while trying to make us believe that the news we hear o we here in the diaspora is made up to create a false representation of the real situation on Ground, is not ok. We have people living there as we speak so we get reports directly from them and we know it is not ok. Nobody should collaborate with anyone to destroy his own people, that is not ok.

“It would have been better to come clean saying, we have failed you so, what do we do to make things better starting from this moment? Not trying to fool us into thinking that we are delusional. No, we are well informed. Can you beat a child and tell a child not to cry? No! And they called the security to walk me out. No issues but I have spoken the mind of the Imo people.” {SIC}



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