Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Kenneth Okonkwo To Contest For A Seat At Enugu National Assembly

Handsome actor, Kenneth Okonkwo is also running for a political post come 2015. Kenneth who has seen quite a number of entertainers venturing into politics this time around like never before made it clear that he has been in politics long before now, and he is not among the new entertainers trying their luck in politics. Kenneth says, he believes this is the right time for him to contest and win a seat at the National Assembly under PDP because he has paid his bills and it’s time for a candidate to be chosen from his constituency. Above all he is a child of God and has the backing of his people.

On how he intends to raise funds for his campaign he said;

“I have a God that will supply all my needs according to His riches by Christ Jesus. I have my people that are sending me, who are supporting me both morally and financially. I have great friends and fans supporting me.

“Nollywood is also behind me. Some senior members of the bar are supporting me because of their belief that I will contribute to the development of law if I become a lawmaker. I have some party big wigs who are supporting me because they believe that my membership of PDP will add value to the party. So, by the grace of God, I have a large war chest.”


20 comments:

  1. Kneeling to salute GEJ.... hian!

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    1. So? Is GEJ his mate?

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    2. Efe, u must be a stupid fellow. Dats y ur type remain stagnant in life

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    3. Omo you too harsh o

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  2. I have a strong feelings dat he will win.

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  3. Wonder what makes some of these guys feel that the only way they can give back to the society is by joining politics and contesting for political office

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  4. All na same. How entertainment take be politics

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  5. Now what is left of Nollywood?

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  6. I have a feeling that politicians see actors as the latest ‘trick’ to steal public fund

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  7. Well, what can I say, don’t want to criticise him for being ambitious

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  8. ‘Living in Bondage’ man want to go into politricks abi? Ok o he wants to put his people in slavery.

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  9. The same senior people of the bar are the ones who will turn their backs against you when the chips are down

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  10. Okonkwo is a matured individual who is legally ambitious

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  11. I HATE NIGERIA SOMETIMES!!!!!!!!!!!

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  12. Scale the primaries first

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  13. Andy Andy, how many times I call you?

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