It seems that some young entertainment artistes have now joined the gubernatorial races for various states.
Musician Kcee shared this message on his Instagram: “Its about time, Big Announcement on Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 11am…. #Nottooyoungtorun #Attentiontodetail2017”
This was made possible because just recently, the National Assembly passed the Not too young to run bill.
Gabriel Oche Amanyi popularly known as Terry G or Akpako Master has also announced his intention to run for Governor/Deputy Governor of Benue State.
He posted this on his Instagram page: “MY PEOPLE,THE TIME IS NOW. POWER BELONGS TO THE YOUTHS,SAY NO TO OLD CARGOS…VOTE TERRY G FOR GOVERNOR/DEPUTY OF BENUE STATE ,I WILL MAKE YOU PROUD..WHEN I SAY LEGALIZE YOU SAY GINJAH..”
Terry G has however decided not to reveal the political party he intends to use as a platform.
Terry G is running for BOTH Governor and Deputy Governor at the same time. The law doesn’t allow this. How does he plan to do it? 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/Bn3cBxxkAq
— Isima (@IsimaOdeh) August 3, 2017
Then, there’s Yul Edochie
Yul Edochie, a popular actor and also the son of veteran Nollywood icon, Pete Edochie, has announced he will also be running for the Anambra State governor’s seat.
Edochie, who is a father of three, told his fans to expect more from him in near future.
We are the Leaders of tomorrow. Tomorrow has finally come. The problems of Ndi Anambra have come to THE LAST BUS STOP!!!#TheLastBusStop
— Yul Edochie (@YulEdochie) July 30, 2017
The actor is also a Pharmatex Ambassador and CEO of DKK investments and Realtors limited.
Terry G for Governor
Kcee for governor
Samklef for governor
What brand of weed are these people smoking 😂 😂
— Charlyge™ (@charlyge2) August 4, 2017
What do you think about these prospective candidates? Tell us!