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Will Olu Jacobs, Genevieve, D'banj, Others Still Campaign For Goodluck Jonathan Come 2015

Published by Daily Times on Thu, 08 May 2014


We had loads of them who got cash for campaigning for Jonathan during his election in 2011.The likes of Ramsey Noah, D'banj, Stephannie Okereke-Linus, Ini Edo, Genevieve Nnaji, Olu Jacobs, Monalisa Chinda and others took the lead after pocketing millions of naira.They should cover their faces in shame now right'Some school of thought could say they didn't know Jonathan's reign would turn out to be like this. Maybe if they knew, many wouldn't have got involved at all.Others could argue that even if a soothsayer had foretold the doom in Jonathan's reign, some of them would have still gone ahead to campaign for him- afterall, they are artists and were paid to do the job.Whichever way the situation looks or sounds in our ears, some from the outset had warned that this administration wouldn't be any good.And here's Jonathan making all effort to go for another term come 2015.Do you sincerely think Nigerians will want to cast their votes for such a leader who under his reign Nigeria has been left in nothing but ruins'Come to think of it- he may want to employ the services of entertainment celebs who thanks to them, he was able to win the support of the youths in 2011.So, will the likes of Olu Jacobs, D'banj, Genevieve, Monalisa Chinda, Stephannie Okereke and others gladly take his money and come out to campaign for him again
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