Cease cyberbullying Iwobi; his sole offense is representing Nigeria, says AY


Nigerian comedian Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY, has issued a plea to fellow Nigerians to cease engaging in cyberbullying directed at Alex Iwobi. AY, using his Instagram platform, implored Super Eagles fans to stop the online harassment, emphasizing that Iwobi’s sole offense was representing his homeland.

Iwobi faced criticism after Nigeria’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) final defeat to Ivory Coast, leading him to delete all his official Instagram posts.


AY called for a broader perspective, urging people to consider the detrimental impact of their actions, emphasizing the immediate and lasting consequences of cyberbullying.

Expressing concern about the pervasive nature of cyberbullying, AY highlighted its potential to harm individuals and tarnish reputations swiftly.


He underscored the need for a collective effort to cultivate a culture of care and respect on the internet, urging Nigerians to refrain from such negative behavior to support and encourage their national athletes.


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