The #IamIgboToo trend continues to dominate discourses on social media and popular alternative singer, Johnny Drille, has joined the trend by recounting memorable experiences with Igbo people.
Recent spate of attacks and comments from the Presidency seemed to have provoked Nigerians to show solidarity of support to the Igbo ethnic group as many opined that they were being deliberately targeted by authorities.
In demonstrating his solidarity for the Igbos, Johnny Drille through his Twitter page narrated how he had some of the best moments of his life in Enugu State during the mandatory one-year National Youth Service.
He further stated that the Igbos comprise some of the kindest people he had ever met while acknowledging the section of his fans who have their roots from the ethnic group.
Johnny Drille joins industry colleague, M.I Abaga in using their platform to canvass support for people who hail predominantly from the Southeastern part of Nigeria.