Famous Nigerian comedian, Francis Agoda, better known as I Go Dye, has drummed support for Rico who was recently evicted from the ongoing Big Brother Naija reality show.
According to the comedian, he also urged his fans to help support Rico's dream of opening his restaurant idea he talked about while in the reality show.
I Go Dye, in a post on Instagram on Wednesday, expressed his readiness to support Rico, adding that he was indeed impressed by Rico display of responsibility and well cultured manners.
The comedian posted a picture of Rico and wrote: "I kindly use this medium to celebrate one of the finest gentlemen, with modest standard,who expressed a pleasant social decorum an exemplary quality,that projected the real values of a young Africa man,as a symbol of respect, dignity, cultured in domestic activities.
"You have proven that we still have more responsible youths in Nigeria, your character will change a lot of perception’s about our Nigeria men, my profound respect to you," he said.
Though the Warri born comedian encouraged Rico to be fearless in pursuing his dream, he added that his eviction from the reality show is a stepping stone to his greatness.
"Please understand that your eviction,doesn’t not stop you from becoming what you desire, try and maintain this standard,soonest the sky will become your stepping stone,because you are the next stage butterfly.
"However, I over heard you mention, that you will want to embark on a restaurant business, at any time you want to commence the project,please contact me ,I will be glad to support with the little I can towards achieving this goal.
Once again,sail on; inspiring many others,proving the point that it is worthy to be responsible, devoid of immoral justification that was expected from you.
"I shall continually celebrate anyone with your kind of remarkable character and humane attitude of purpose.congratulations," he noted.