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Nollywood Actors donate 0.5 a million To Their preferred Political Candidate

Nollywood Actors Donate Half A Million To Their Preferred Political Candidate

Nollywood actors in lagos have in public shown support for his or her chosen Lagos gubernatorial candidate and presidential candidate, by donating cash to the candidate World Health Organization they solely support.

Under the umbrellas of the Theatre Arts and motion picture Producers Association of African country (TAMPAN), the likes of Jide Kosoko, Yinka Quadri, Ayo Adesanya, Bolaji Amusan, Lasun Ray and Yemi Solade and other gathered as a group to present a cheque for Next level campaign.

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At the event, Babatunde Raji Fashola, Nigeria’s minister of works, power, and housing, was presented the actors’ alternative candidate in collecting the cheque. He took photos with them and extended his feeling to TAMPAN for their support.

The actors apparently donated the total of N500,000 to show their support for his or her chosen presidential candidate.
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