According to Victoria Lebene, anyone who does not dress “appropriately” according to her standards is not fit to join the Fix The Country campaign.
Victoria sounds exactly like our political leaders when they are asked to fixed the country and they respond by asking the citizens to fix themselves. Ever since the movement started Victoria Lebene has been on the fence, probably spending all her time wondering where her philandering husband’s tongue is going next.
All of a sudden she has opinions and is trying to present herself as a paragon of decency advising the youth to dress well in public and on social media to promote the sanity of the Fix The Country cause.
The only campaigner we know who loves to show off her body parts even while hoisting Fix The Country banners is retired activist Efia Odo. Now Efia Odo might be almost n*ked all the time, but she has done way more in lending her voice to the campaign than most celebrities including the self-righteous Lebene.
She went on Instagram to share her thoughts and needless to say, she was met with a lot of opposition. Here’s what she wrote:
“Don’t say fix and not fix yourself! Change starts with us the youths. The old folks will leave, and when we hold the fort, we will account to everything we do! COURSE- Means the Direction, Route, Way, the journey! read and research on things before your comment. THANKS!”.
It is hilarious how she believes she is the voice of sanity when all she’s doing is making herself look ridiculous and archaic to the youth she is so concerned about.