Nollywood actress, Uchenna Nnanna has lambasted a comedian, Seyi Law for drumming support for the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu.
Seyi, who relocated to the United Kingdom with his family last year, had taken to his Instagram page to declare his full support Tinubu.
The comedian explained that the reason his decision is because Tinubu has brought a lot of development to Lagos State when he was the governor, and it can’t be overlooked.
He wrote, “We can pretend, refuse to accept it, and even deny it, but what Tinubu did to rebuild Lagos after the military era can never be overstated. You can use other metrics I don’t know to judge him, but to deny his works in Lagos as governor and the continuity is plain hatred.
“If I was paid to campaign for ASIWAJU BOLA AHMED TINUBU, let God judge me. I have always maintained my stance that I will never receive money to campaign for any politician and that I have always kept. This coming election, BAT is my candidate.”
Reacting to his post, Uchenna Nnanna urged Seyi to bring his family back to Nigeria before telling Nigerians who to vote in as the next president.
“Seyi Law, kindly Bring your family back to Nigeria before discussing who will be the next president of Nigeria or not,” she wrote.
KanyiDaily that Nigerian singer, 9ice had also revealed that he would vote for Bola Tinubu because the former Lagos governor won his heart by requesting his phone number during his performance on stage.
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