Popular Yoruba Actor, Muyiwa Puts A Hold On His Acting Career To Run For A Political Post In 2023
By Sammyadesh | self meida writer
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Popular Yoruba Actor, Muyiwa Ademola has stated his intentions to the public as he plans to put a hold on his acting career so as to be able to devote his time and be committed to politics. The actor shared lovely photo of himself and said, it's time to take up the mantle of leadership, as he asked his fans where he should run for the post of a senator between Ibadan, Oyo State and Abeokuta, Ogun State.
On his post he said, service to others is the rent one pay for one's here on earth. Finally coming out with his intentions to serve his country and her beautiful people. "I'm putting a hold on my acting career to contest for senatorial seat, so help me God". he said.
He has been living in Ibadan, Oyo State for about 47 years now. But he's actually a prince from the Royal Family in Abeokuta, Ogun State. So he's asking his fans and colleagues to suggest where he should contest from.
Fans and celebrities in the entertainment industry sent love as they wish him well.
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