Music star Davido has been invited to be on AIT Kakaaki Show to share his views on the outcome of the just concluded Osun State governorship elections held on Saturday 22nd September and a re-run on Thursday 27th September 2018.
This invite was given by the Publisher of Signal NG, Ohimai Amaize (aka @MrFixNigeria) on the Kakaaki Social for 28th September morning. Ohimai also is the anchor of Kakaaki Social.
Davido went all out to show his support for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) candidate Ademola Adeleke who also is his uncle.
He did this both online and offline with tweets to put INEC on their toes during the elections, inform Nigerians and during campaign rallies.
Despite the outcome of the election, most people believe that Davido has shown what influence celebrities can have on Nigeria’s democracy.
We published an article after the main election on how Davido influence the election Osun State.
Will Davido honour the invitation to African Independent Television (AIT)?
One of Africa’s biggest artist David Adeleke popularly known as Davido has proved that celebrities can make a lot of difference in the electoral process, governance and issues bothering on our democracy.
He showed this with the support of Senator Ademola Adeleke, the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) who also is his uncle.
Many might say that he couldn’t have done otherwise but truth be told, ‘MrAssurance’ has always been connected with the real issues of governance and politics. From his belief and actions of lifting others and supporting other people’s dreams, Davido has wielded his influence beyond music into the political stage.
Nollywood Actor and aspiring candidate for Enugu Gubernatorial election Kenneth Okonkwo did not make the list for APC governorship elections.
The list released by the APC National Working Committee contained the names of candidates who were either cleared or not cleared.
For Enugu State, Kenneth Okonkwo was not in the list as either cleared or not.
Qualified candidates for Enugu state primaries under the APC are;