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Zack Orji, Jide Kosoko… 24 actors appointed into APC campaign council



Zack Orji, the ace actor, has been appointed a director of performing arts (PFA) for the presidential campaign council of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Orji, over the past few months, has been notably present in the campaign engagements of Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the APC in the 2023 elections.

The APC presidential campaign council, on Friday, announced the nominees of the party’s leadership who will be participating in or heading campaign activities in various capacities across their respective directorates and cadres.

Orji was appointed a director for the directorate of performing arts and is to work in the south-east zone.

Other actors who were also appointed in various capacities include Benedict Johnson as Imo state spokesperson.

Foluke Daramola was appointed media assistant for Lagos while Jide Kosoko was named the Lagos secretary.

In total, 24 entertainment personalities were appointed to join the campaign council.

Appointees of the performing arts directorate

The nominees, it is understood, are to pick up their respective appointment letters on September 26 in Abuja.

For Orji, the appointment comes on the back of his well-reported public endorsements of Tinubu ahead of 2023.

The actor had argued that Tinubu ran an all-inclusive government during his tenure as the governor of Lagos.

“My support for Bola Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu is both experiential and personal. I have lived in Lagos for over 40 years. I have always known this man as a chief crusader of the democratic consolidation of Nigeria,” Orji had said.

“I have always known him as a man who stands for justice, equity, fair play, and national cohesion.

“In his time as the governor of Lagos state, he ran an all-inclusive government, drawing people from different ethnic extractions into the executive council as decision makers to run the affairs of the state.”

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Charly Boy: Why I’m Supporting Peter Obi’s Ambition for 2023



Popular activist, Charles Oputa, also known as Charly Boy has revealed why he is supporting the presidential ambition of the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi.

Charly Boy in an interview with Daily Post noted that the All Progressives Congress-led government has failed Nigerians.

He further stated that there is a need for change as the current administration has failed to give hope to the common man.

The 72-year-old activist believes that Obi would bring about socio-economic changes.

He said, “It is about bad governance and how to change that equation and status quo.”

Charly Boy while speaking ahead of the 2023 general election called on Nigerians to change their mindsets toward political office holders.

He condemned Nigerians for ignoring things happening in government and not putting pressure on their leaders to do the right thing.

According to Charly Boy, things wouldn’t change under Obi if Nigerians fail to put pressure on him to do the right thing.

The activist said, “You know when you get to a certain position, you need a certain discipline and know how to guide yourself; if not, you are hijacked by psychopaths and these psychopaths know the game and will cage you and hold you to ransom.

“I believe this country lies in the hands of the youth and they have to fight.

“There’s this mindset of ‘my thief is better than your thief; as far my thief is in government it is ok.”

He noted that some people attack each other because they are not benefitting from the government.

The activist added that some of them use tribal sentiment, and religious bigotry to further divide Nigerians.

He said, “We have to do what we have to do. I will tell the young people that they are gaining momentum and they have the population. That is the strength. They are technically savvy although these criminals are using the same young people.”

He noted that something may happen when we have more people on the side of the truth.

Charly Boy said, “Nigerian youths understand the situation and are dealing with it. The rigging I hear some people are planning.

“I hear there is a plan going on, which is vote buying. Some people intend to collect the money and vote their conscience. The only place we have a major problem is the rigging.”

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Toyin Lawani reveals she was molested when she was 15



Fashion designer, Toyin Lawani, also known as Tiannah, has shared a heinous experience that allegedly occurred during her childhood.

Lawani alleged that she was defiled by her uncle when she was 15-years-old.

The fashion icon spoke on the dire event during an interview with Chude Jidenowo, explaining that she could not tell her mother, instead, she told one of her aunts.

Lawani said: “I got raped by my uncle when I was 15-years and I had to go to my grandmother’s place in Ibadan. I didn’t tell my mother but had to tell one of my aunties.

“My mum was so disappointed and hurt. She could not take it.”

She explained that the experience is the reason she is protective towards her children.

She said: “I don’t trust no one and this is the reason I’m so strict with the kids.

“Nobody can come close to my children anyhow, you can’t trust anyone, even your brothers and sisters.

“I lost my innocence at a very young age and I hated my mum so much for it because she wasn’t there for me; she was always at work it traumatised me but now I understand.“

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