“This abroad has no respect. Me, a big boy in Lagos, I’m now driving van in the UK to deliver stout, deliver garri,” Isaac Fayose said in the video.
He added: “So, a billionaire in Nigeria can drive a van in UK.”
He also said the UK way of life, that makes economic equality possible, is ideal.
“That is how it’s supposed to be, not some people here (up) and some people down. Oppressive society Nigeria, I hail thee,” Isaac Fayose said.
Watch the video below:
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