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The real Kofi Annan should live in our hearts – I Go Dye

As the world prepares to lay to rest the remains of former Secretary General of the United Nations, Kofi Anan, who passed away on August 18, 2018 at the age 80, Nigerian comedian, Francis Agoda, known popularly as I Go Dye, a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador , joins world leaders in eulogizing the values and legacies the Ghanaian typified during his lifetime.

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Uduaghan has no business in the senate, Comedian I Go Dye writes

After his epic open letters to President Mohammadu Buhari, Alhaji Abubakar Atiku, Rochas Okorocha, Delta State-born humour merchant and social commentator, I Go Dye, born Francis Agoda, has written yet another letter. This time, it is addressed to erstwhile governor of Delta State, Emmanuel Udughan, chiding him not to go to the senate as he had failed his people when he was the governor of Delta State for 8 years.

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Comedian I Go Dye shades Fayose over tear gas incident

Social commentator and humour merchant, Francis Agoda, known by many as I Go Dye has shaded Governor Fayose of Ekiti State over the tear gas incident that happened on Tuesday at the PDP rally in Ekiti, which had the governor crying out to the international community for help over what he described as injustice and high-handedness of the federal government by saying the governor got a treatment he deserved because he’s part of the corrupt system.

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June 12: IBB should apologise for annulling election or be prosecuted, says Comedian I Go Dye

High profile stand-up comedian and United Nations Millennium Development Goals ambassador, Francis Agoda, popularly known as I Go Dye has charged President Mohammadu Buhari to prosecute Ibrahim Babamosi Babangida, who annulled June 12 election of 1993, which Late M.KO. Abiola won, should he fail to apologise to Nigerians for depriving them the gains of an election adjudged to be the fairest and freest in the history of Nigeria.

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Be honourable, remove Zuma’s statue now – I Go Dye begs Okorocha

Hotshot comedian, fast gaining enviable reputation as a social commentator, Francis Agoda, popularly known as I Go Dye has begged and advised Imo State governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha to toe the line of honour by removing the Statue of the erstwhile embattled South African president, Jacob Zuma, who was forced to resign from office days ago by his party on allegations of corruption and mismanagement.

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