- Popular reality star Ifu Ennada like many Nigerians, now has her focus on the 2023 general election, especially at a time when the cost of living in the country is high
- Ifu lamented the situation of the country as she warned her colleagues who accept money to campaign for politicians to desist from doing so
- The reality star also appealed to Nigerians, saying it was not the time to sit on the fence but move out to exercise their civic right
Ahead of the 2023 general election, reality star Ifu Ennada has called out some of her colleagues in the entertainment industry who accept money to campaign for politicians during election periods.
Ifu, who was vexed by the situation of things in the country, stressed that it was time for everyone to put aside greed and focus on doing what was right.
The reality star said:
"Lots of you go on vacation to exotic countries - countries that have a good working system. I'm sure if you're non-Nigerian, Nigeria will be the last place you'd want to vacation because of how everything is m*ssed up. Yet every election season, some people - especially celebrities manage to sell their destinies in exchange for temporary financial comfort."
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Ifu also lamented the high standard of living in the country, adding that it was time for everyone to participate in the coming elections.
See her post below:
Nigerians react to Ifu Ennada's post
Nigerians have flooded Ifu's comment section as many hailed her for joining her voice with the masses.
Legit.ng captured some of the reactions, see them below:
"2023 will decide Nigeria future either good or bad."
"Amen, the host of heaven will rise against them wherever they are in Jesus name ."
"God bless you for speaking out ndi uchu."
"Na mumu go listen to celebrity na if you make uner no vote well ma BuBu promax go rule us for another 8 years."
Osinbajo's presidential ambition is mere speculation
In an earlier report via Legit.ng, the camp of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo refuted claims that he notified President Muhammadu Buhari of his presidential ambition ahead of the 2023 general elections.
Refuting this claim, the spokesperson to the vice president, Laolu Akande, said reports making the rounds about his boss were mere speculations, Legit.ng gathered.
Recall that Legit.ng had reported on Monday, March 14, that Osinbajo notified the president of his ambition ahead of the general elections in 2023.