How Flavour, Phyno Allegedly Took N78m from Ekweremmadu For EndSars Protest

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Indigenous rapper Phyno and colleague Flavour have been embroiled in a huge scandal after the Enugu State government accused the duo of collecting the sum of N78 million from the former Deputy Senate President, Dr. Ike Ekweremmadu to tarnish the image of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi during the nationwide #ENDSARS protests.

From what we gathered from Vanguard, Comrade Stanley Ezediuto had accused the duo of collecting N78 million from Senator Ike Ekweremmadu to campaign against the incumbent governor of the state.

“We are aware of the gifting of a huge sum of N78 million to Phyno and Flavour to campaign against the governor of Enugu State in the ongoing #EndSars protest nationwide by Senator Ike Ekweremmadu. But we are warning against hijacking of the protest by strange characters for political reasons.

Enugu State Government has lived up to expectations and the governor will continue to deliver dividends of democracy to the people.” “Ike Ekweremmadu should not use this opportunity to castigate the working government of Enugu State through Phyno and Flavour for his 2023 guber aspiration. If he fails to desist from so doing, we shall remind him of the many abandoned projects in his constituency which should be of major concern to him.

These revered artistes should not allow themselves to be used against the peaceful state of Enugu,” he warned. However, reacting to the allegation, Flavour’s elder brother, who’s also his booking agent, Benjamin said the highlife Afro singer participated in the #ENDSARS protests like other celebrities across the country. “It means that all the celebrities that participated in the #ENDSARS protests also collected money from the politicians. That’s what the allegation implies. So, in this case, you just have to use your common sense,” he added.

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Portion of text in this report extracted from Vanguard.

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