Farida Nabourema, a Togolese activist, recently called out singer Yemi Alade, saying she supports political oppression in Togo.
In an emotional interview with Sahara Reporters , the activist said she was very angry with the Nigerian singer, and would curse her if she runs into her on the street.
“They are embellishing the image of a brutal dictator just for a couple of thousands of dollars,” she said.
But when questioned,the singer’s manager Taiye Aliyu denied the claim , saying she performed in a festival in the country.
However, Nabourema, on her Twitter, has released the video of Yemi Alade singing in support of the Togolese president Faure Gnassingbé.
In what is a campaign video for the president, Yemi Alade sings and dances with the Togolese flag behind her, calling Faure Gnassingbé the One.
— Farida Nabourema (@Farida_N) September 24, 2017