Francis Agoda well known as Igodye is one comic actor that may not be wrong to say he’s the first person that gave stand up comedy in Nigeria and Africa at large a commercial value and made Stand up comedy more interesting and delight of millions of people in the continent.
He brought stand up comedy into limelight in the early 2000 through the night of a thousand laugh show where he displayed exceptional talents with notable words that became like a national anthem in the mouths of many in Africa countries and Africans in different parts of the world.
Igodye in this latest stand up comedy show tagged Malake Unchained, displayed a greater talent of telling Nigeria story or history educationally with a joke.
Igodye said the problem of Nigeria is not President Muhammadu Buhari. Adding, the problem is not Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba but lack of unity among Nigerians.
Igodye gave a picture how people have succeeded in making Nigerians hate people from another tribes especially the Hausa which he said some people believe or sees the Hausas as their problems.
Igodye specifically stated that if Muhammadu Buhari, who is an ex military officer could not solve the problem of Boko Haram, no one would be able to fight the terrorists group.
Igodye said unity among Nigerians is the only way out of insecurity in the country.
Igodye jokingly told Seun Okinbaloye of Channels Television Politics Today programme that he should be careful with the way he asked questions while conducting interview most especially while interviewing Nigerian politicians.
Igodye said the TV host should not be carried away with praise singers, reminding the TV personality how praise singers caused the arrest and eventual death of MKO Abiola amongst others.
Igodye narrated how MKO Abiola was pushed by praise singers to declare himself President of Nigeria which led to his arrest by the then Head of State, General Sani Abacha who sent over 200 police vehicles to arrest him.