Actor, Olumide Oworu unveils political ambition

Olumide Oworu

Debbie Shokoya, a Nollywood actress, appears unconcerned about the rumors about her affair with a married man.

The soon-to-be MRS took to Instagram to share a happy photo while mocking her detractors.

Debbie Shokoya declared that she will rejoice and that people will watch her dance the victory dance like David.

She went on to say that her mouth would be filled with praises until the end of time.

He wrote: “It is with a sense of honour and duty that I announce my candidacy for membership of The Lagos State House of Assembly – Surulere Constituency 1 on the platform of The Labour Party. The youth of this generation in Nigeria are more politically aware than ever and are now striving to have our voices heard and take part in the government process of this great country. As someone with a passion for youth development, it is on this note that I tender myself in service to play my part in the actualization of an all inclusive government, where the young Nigerian intellectuals have a chance to make a change by being a part of the move for the creation of a new Nigeria. Thank you for your support. A new Nigeria is POssible”.

Olumide Oworu began his acting career in 2007, at the age of 13, when he was cast as Wole in the popular Nigerian TV series “Everyday People.” He gained prominence after appearing in series, including “The Johnsons” and “Shuga” and also played the role of ‘Atlas’ in Netflix TV series “Far From Home’. He has won several awards for his acting, including the Best Actor in a Drama award at the 2017 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards.

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