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#NigeriaDecides: See Photos And Videos Of Nigerian Celebrities As They Cast Their Votes On Election Day (Watch)

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The photos and videos of some Nigerian Celebrities are currently trending on social media as the cast their votes on election day.

Presidential and national assembly elections are underway, and Nigerians have turned out in large numbers to discharge their civic responsibilities.

Nigerian celebrities are not left out on this, as they have stormed their various polling units to cast their votes.

Singer Paul Okoye, Big Brother Naija star, Beauty Tukura, actors, Chioma Akpotha, Omoni Oboli, Chidi Mokeme, Adunni Ade, Ugezu Ugezu, Toyin Abraham, Banky W, Adesua Etomi, Blessing Obasi, Stan Nze, and Jemima Osunde, among others, have all shared photos and videos of themselves at their polling units.

See the photos below,

Watch the videos below,

Meanwhile, former Big Brother Naija season 6 housemate and actor, Pere Egbi, has revealed his plans if Labor party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, wins the election today.

Pere took to the microblogging platform, Twitter, to announce that he will surrender his US passport and join the Nigerian army.

According to Pere Egbi, he had a few lessons to teach the Nigerian military on how to improve their operations.

He tweeted;

“If Peter Obi wins today, I would gladly return my U.S passport and then get involved with the Nigerian military, teach them a few things here and there. Go and cast that vote for Obi today!… (See his post here)

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Davido Pledges N300M To Orphanages Across Nigeria

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Davido Orphanages

Popular Nigerian Afrobeats singer, David Adeleke, known professionally as Davido, publicly promises to donate a large sum of money to orphanages in Nigeria.

The Afrobeats singer shared this commitment on February 20, 2024, on the microblogging platform, X, He also shared this commitment on his Instagram page.

 

 

 

He said it is an agreement between him and his foundation to fund the orphanages with the sum of three hundred million naira.

Davido stressed that this commitment is an annual gift as a contribution to the nation.

The DMW Boss tweeted;

“I and my foundation pledge the sum of 300 million Naira to orphanages around Nigeria … as my yearly contribution to the Nation .. details of disbursement tomorrow”

The Music executive also added that the details of the fund’s disbursement will be announced on February 21.

The Afrobeats singer’s pledge to fund orphanages has sparked much speculation on social media; Some are congratulating the singer on his humanitarian act, and others still ask him about the broken promise of the previous one.

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@bright__r Omo wrote: At this point ehn, person way dey orphanage home no know wetin God do for am 😂

@successodinoye1 wrote: All other artists no go wan help Nigerians at this trying times. But they forget. Na we dey push their career…

@kayzywizzzy wrote: What of the N20 million you promised people on Twitter?

@rosythrone wrote: Davido has given to Nigeria more than all our governments.

@honest30bgfan_wrote: The last one way you do nobody see anything collect, no go find food chop and pay up your debt…

 

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“I’m The Reason The $ Is Now N1,700 And Counting” – Basketmouth

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Popular comedian and actor, Bright Okpocha aka Basketmouth, blames himself for the country’s inflation and other ongoing problems.

The comedian responded sarcastically to a netizen who recently attacked him, saying that he contributed to the problem in Nigeria.

He said the comedian had planned a concert on Election Day instead of going to the polls.

“Did Basketmouth Vote for Good Governance on Election Day?” Basketmouth, whose show was scheduled for February 25, 2023. He is part of Nigeria’s problem,” the tweep said.

In response, Basketmouth admitted that he was the cause of the problems currently plaguing the country, including the high cost of the dollar.

He wrote;

“Oh yes!!! I guess I am the problem!! I’m the reason the $ is now N1,700 and counting. I’m the one that keeps collapsing the power grid. I’m the reason the refineries don’t work. I’m the snake that swallowed $100,000. I guess I am the one.”

In other news, veteran Nollywood actor, Uwazuoke, has disclosed details about his early years, describing how his looks and stature gave him an unfair advantage.

The veteran actor recently spoke on Yancontentfactory about his earliest memories and shared how his father had a total of 11 children and for some reason, every time a male child reaches the age of 25, he dies. (Continue reading)

 

 

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“Nobody Agreed To Carry Me When I Was Born Because Of My Face” – Uwaezuoke

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Veteran Nollywood actor, Uwazuoke, has disclosed details about his early years, describing how his looks and stature gave him an unfair advantage.

The veteran actor recently spoke on Yancontentfactory about his earliest memories and shared how his father had a total of 11 children and for some reason, every time a male child reaches the age of 25, he dies.

The movie star recalled how the whole village celebrated his birth, but when they saw his face, they were repelled.

According to Uwaezuoke, his mother never received a gift from anyone and they always found reasons not to see or hold him.

The veteran Nollywood actor added that women usually lose interest in him once they notice his looks and height.

However, he maintained that nobody is better than him except God.

Watch him speak below.

In other news, popular comedian and actor, Bright Okpocha aka Basketmouth, blames himself for the country’s inflation and other ongoing problems. The comedian responded sarcastically to a netizen who recently attacked him, saying that he contributed to the problem in Nigeria.

He said the comedian had planned a concert on Election Day instead of going to the polls.

“Did Basketmouth Vote for Good Governance on Election Day?” Basketmouth, whose show was scheduled for February 25, 2023. He is part of Nigeria’s problem,” the tweep said.

In response, Basketmouth admitted that he was the cause of the problems currently plaguing the country, including the high cost of the dollar. (Continue reading)

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