- Controversial figure Ubi Fraklin has taken to social media to ask for prayers as he goes for the primaries
- The talent manager is contesting for a seat in the Cross River state House of Assembly and he made the announcement on his Instagram page
- As expected, fans, friends and colleagues of the politician have flooded his page with goodwill messages
Ubi Franklin has kicked his political race in full gear and as he goes for the primary elections, he asked for prayers on social media.
The controversial figure is contesting for a seat in the Cross River state House of Assembly under the umbrella of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Franklin shared his campaign poster with the inscription:
"Today is my primary elections, wish me luck."
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See the post below:
Nigerians drum support for Ubi Franklin
"Good luck Ubi."
"All the best Ubi. Go for it! All yours♥️"
"And no harm shall come near you in Jesus name Amen."
"Good luck great leader Victory is yours In Jesus Name Amen"
"You have all the luck you need my brother."
"More Grace Sir Ubi, All Things Worketh Together For Them That Love God!! Congratulations because You’re Already A Winner! Blessings Sir."
"Wishing you Good luck...but try to be different when you get there. I trust you."@ubifranklinofficial."
"Congratulations is the only valid conversation you've got this."
"All the best. Nothing shake you."
"Best of luck bruv! Victory is yours in Jesus name!"
Timaya threatens to beat Ubi Franklin again
Meanwhile, Nigerians were in for some drama between veteran singer Timaya and talent manager Ubi Franklin.
This came after Timaya on Wednesday, March 30, took to his Twitter account to call out Ubi as he threatened to beat him up again, claiming he had done so in January 2021.
Timaya went on to tell the talent manager to focus on his job as a nanny to Davido's son Ifeanyi.
The singer's statement sparked mixed reactions on social media as Nigerians took to the comment section to react.