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“I Am Sane, Strong And Wealthy And Will Be Running For President Of Nigeria” – Actor Hanks Anuku

Hanks Anuku Running For President Of Nigeria

Veteran Nollywood actor, Hanks Anuku, has announced that he will be running for President of Nigeria, the country’s highest office.

Hanks Anuku made the statement after a frightening video surfaced of a man who shared a striking resemblance with him wandering the streets in tattered clothes, sparking fear among fans and well-meaning Nigerians.

His colleague Shan George had come forward to refute claims he was mentally ill, uploading a video and photos showing the pair working on a set at Asaba. Additionally, it was said that he was portraying a “crazy king” in the film.

The actor told Nigerians that he is wise, powerful, and wealthy in an interview with Premium Times on Friday, November 18th.

In his words;

“I will never be what they say I am because I am more significant than that. I am in Asaba at the moment, and I’m doing ok. I am alive, sane, strong, blessed, and wealthy. I will be contesting as President of Nigeria”

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