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My presidential ambition, a joke –Igwe 2pac

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Actor Charles Okocha, popularly known as Igwe 2pac, took a lot of people by surprise during the week when he declared via a video recording that he would be contesting the highest office in the land, the Presidency. His fans thought that he had keyed into the ‘Not-Too-Young-to-Run’ movement and expressed their support for him.

However, in a chat with Sunday Scoop, Okocha stated that his action was meant to gauge the reaction of the people. He said, “I was just kidding around with the video skit when I said I wanted to become the president and that I would lead with swag. I actually have no intention to become president, at least for now. There were a lot of interesting reactions when the video was released and I’m still observing what people are saying about it. If a lot of people call on me to run for president, then I would have no choice but to do that.”

Asked if he has what it takes to lead a country like Nigeria, Okocha said, “Of course. All it takes is integrity and a genuine willingness to serve. We all know the areas that we need change in this country and if those things are honestly tackled, things would be much better. Some of us travel out of this country and we see how well things are going in other climes. I really want to see Nigeria becomes great again and I wouldn’t shy away from contributing my quota.”

Responding to insinuations that his music career is comatose at the moment, Igwe 2pac stated, “That is very far from the truth. I recently released a new song and it was well received. However, because of my movie career, I am not able to devote as much time to my music. I have big plans and very soon, you would hear about them.”

 

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‘Stop Dealing With Every Feedback’, Sarkodie Advises On How To Handle Internet Trolls

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'Stop Dealing With Every Feedback', Sarkodie Advises On How To Handle Internet Trolls
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Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, has advised on how to handle internet trolls. The award-winning rapper believes it is best to stop dealing with every feedback received from them.

According to him, there are different kinds of people on the internet because the internet does not filter people that sign up.

Therefore, he thinks it is best to get one’s message across at the targeted audience who would not misconstrue one’s points.

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Taking to his official Twitter page, he writes:

“The internet doesn’t filter the people that sign up so you are guaranteed to have all types of species on here so always remember to get your message across to those targeted and stop dealing with every feedback”

See his tweet below:

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#EndSARS: ‘God Has Not Lost Control’ – Kate Henshaw

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#EndSARS: 'God Has Not Lost Control' - Kate Henshaw
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Kate Henshaw

Nigerian actress, Kate Henshaw, has offered hope to Nigerians who are finding it hard to move on from the Lekki Tollgate shooting. The movie star wants them to know that God has not lost control of things.

She also shared how she is numb and still in shock, especially as the events replay in her mind. She used the same medium to appreciate those who reached out to check on her.

She is also hopeful that Nigeria will be rid of evil, even as she continues to tweet the hashtag #EndSARS.

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Taking to Twitter, she writes:

“Nothing good about the morning. Numb and in shock still as the events of Tuesday #LekkiMassacre2020 replay in my mind. Thank you to all who reached out to check on me. One thing is sure, God has not lost control. Nigeria will be rid of evil! #EndSARS”

See her tweet below:

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‘Nigeria Needs To Change Quickly’ – Actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde

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'Nigeria Needs To Change Quickly' - Actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde
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Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, has called for an urgent change in Nigeria following the tragic incidents that claimed the lives of innocent youths such as Oke Obi-Enadhuze.

Taking to Twitter, the movie star says Nigeria cannot afford to lose more innocent lives. In her words:

“Nigeria needs to change quickly! We can’t continue to lose some of the best, we can’t continue to lose anyone because WE DO NOT VALUE HUMAN LIFE! I’m livid. There has to be More we can do. #Weneedbiggerstrategies #TakebackNigeria #EndBadGovernanceInNigeria”

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She further shared some words on the state of affairs in Africa, calling for healing in Africa.

See her tweets below:

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