Tonto Dikeh warns Wizkid against wearing military camouflage pants
Liberty and freedom of expression is the most endowed right every person inherently posses.
But to what extent can that be expressed and should there be unwarranted limitations on it?
Camouflage dresses have been available for years and a choice for people to wear. Here in the United States, any citizen can freely make a choice of wearing and leading celebrities always wear it. In Nigeria however, wearing of camouflage has been banned because it is seen as being disrespectful to the military.
So when Afro Pop star Wizkid wore it, Tonto Dike took note and has quickly warned him against it:
“Did you ever read the ARMY’s open letter to celebrities against wearing camouflage? Don’t let them use you as an example. There isn’t any force stronger than them. No one will and can save you if they get you. It’s out of respect that you should take this picture down. Trust me, I got your back!”
What do you think? Should he heed to Tonto Dikeh’s advise and avoid wearing it?