A Togolese activist, Farida Nabourema, has called out Nigerian singer Yemi Alade for her alleged role in endorsing oppression in her country.
Nabourema labeled Yemi Alade as one who is “feeding on the suffering of others”.
The Togolese activist poured out her heart to Sahara Reporters, angrily stating the crucial role the singer is playing in endorsing political oppression just for some thousand dollars.
Speaking of political oppression, the activist said the people of Togo have been protesting the impeachment or resignation of their president, Faure Gnassingbe who resumed office in 2005 after the death of his father, Gnassingbe Eyadema who ruled for 38 years.
She also attacked famous Togolese footballer Emmanuel Adebayor who endorsed their incumbent president in 2015.
“They are embellishing the image of a brutal dictator just for a couple of thousands of dollars,” she said.