I Want To Be Lagos Commissioner For Happiness – Tee Mac

I Want To Be Lagos Commissioner For Happiness – Tee Mac

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Added by December 9, 2017

Veteran Nigerian instrumentalist and singer Tee Mac has expressed his desire to become commissioner of a nonexistent ministry in Lagos state, the Ministry of Happiness.

The former PMAN president said the new office created by the Governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha, for his sister, Ogechi Ololo, inspired his desire for the office.

He took to Facebook to declare his intention with sarcasm.

“When Governor Rochas Okorocha of IMO State stated a few weeks ago that his ‘creativity is driving him crazy’ I did not fully understand him,” he wrote.

“Now it is clear to me. The new position of his sister Mrs. Ogechi Ololo (his sister) as Commissioner for happiness is a great idea and I have just written a letter to the Lagos State Government applying for the same position as a Commissioner for Happiness Lagos State.

“I have tried my whole life long to make people happy with my Flute, I even have a song on my last CD called : Island of Happiness and it could be used as an Anthem for all the Ministries of Happiness coming up. So don’t I deserve this position?”

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