Nigerian Music Video Director TG Omori Expresses Doubts About Democracy in Africa

Nigerian Music Video Director TG Omori Expresses Doubts About Democracy in Africa

In a recent episode of the Zero Conditions podcast, Nigerian music video director ThankGod Omori Jesam, better known as TG Omori, shared his views on democracy in Africa.


The 28-year-old director expressed his skepticism about the legitimacy of democracy on the continent, citing the exploitation of poverty by those in power.

Advantage Taken of Poverty

TG Omori pointed out that power-hungry individuals often exploit the prevailing poverty in Africa.

He believes that the monarchical system of government could be a more suitable option for the continent than democracy.

Support for Monarchy

During the podcast, TG Omori emphasized his belief that Africa would be better led by kings rather than through democratic processes.


He went so far as to label democracy as a scam.

Doubts About Democracy

Expressing his feelings about Nigeria, TG Omori described the country as a “jungle.”

He revealed that he did not participate in the elections and intentionally refrained from voting.

He reiterated his lack of faith in democracy, particularly in the context of Africa.

He criticized the notion that the extremely wealthy can manipulate the democratic system to their advantage, especially within the African context where poverty and hunger can be exploited.


Price of Democracy

TG Omori raised concerns about the influence of hunger as a tool in African politics.

He suggested that as long as hunger remains a factor, democracy could continue to be manipulated and come at a price.

Witnessing Vote Selling

Reflecting on his past experiences, TG Omori shared that he had witnessed people selling their votes when he was younger, implying that such practices further fueled his skepticism about the democratic process in Africa.


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