With the national election still ongoing, and former governor of Anambra State Peter Obi pulling out a major surprise, Nollywood actress Uche Jumbo had shared a tweet that reads '' social media president is shaking everywhere. I have never seen so many Nigerians involved in an election process like this again. A New Nigeria is possible regardless of the outcome of today. '' She tweeted.
Her tweet definitely is hinged on the tag many people have given to Peter Obi, labelling him a social media president who shouldn't be taken serious, as he is just gaining normal social media hype, which will fade away, but the reverse happens to be the case.
The gorgeous actress definitely is fascinated by the way people were quick to come out s d show support to the Labour Party's presidential candidate, which means a good thing, as it is a step in the right direction, which means that gradually we are getting there as a nation, and one day when we are finally united, it will be hard for any politician to take us for a ride.
Images credit: Uche Jumbo Twitter's page.
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