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Video: Actress, Patience Ozokwor endorse Peter Obi “For the sake of our children’s future and posterity” she says



The FUND40MB Donation Campaign was officially flagged off yesterday in Lagos State, as a global political donor fundraising movement aimed to help create and build the “War chest” or operational funds needed by the major support groups of Peter and also for other credible candidates across party lines vying to be elected as Governors or Lawmakers in the 2023 general elections, as well as to generate sufficient funds which will be deployed to enable various  NGOs and CSOs working to address the existing and potential threats of voter apathy, violence, rights violation and vote-rigging.

One of the Celebrities in attendance, Patience Ozokwor, a Nollywood  Actress, declared that the FUND40MB Donation Campaign will generate sufficient funds to support the “Obedient Movement” in the efforts to enforce the victory of Peter Obi in 2023.

Ozokwor, popularly known as MAMA G, appealed to Nigerians and global donors to make sacrificial and generous donations to the account.

“For the sake of our children’s future and posterity, please donate to assist this cause, Peter Obi must be elected Nigeria’s president in 2023, else the country may go into extinction”, Ozokwor said.

This is the time to bring sane people into the political life of Nigeria, said that if Nigeria had got leadership right, her material resources and endowment would have made the country stand out among the comity of nations.

The popularly known  Mama G said that celebrities were solidly behind Obi to provide the right leadership for the nation, adding that any donation for his campaign remained an investment Nigerian children and unborn children would later reap.

Her words: “We want anybody that loves Nigeria and wants everything good for Nigeria to please donate no matter how small. Children, youths and God want Obi.

“We have seen that Obi as a former governor is prudent with the public fund and use same judiciously. He has credibility. We want him to come and change things and mend things.”

The President, of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Ejezie Rollas, who spoke in his personal capacity and not for the AGN, said that many celebrities had stood aloof for long and been unconcerned about politics, saying these had led to many challenges facing the industry and complaints by practitioners.

Rollas, who threw his weight behind Obi’s presidential ambition, said that celebrities must be interested in making the nation work well for all and sundry.

Other celebrities who graced the occasion were Klint De Drunk, John Okafor (Mr Ibu), Jerry Williams, Paul  Obazele, Rita Arum, Joyce Kalu, Bishop Ime (Okon) Alex Osifo, Charles Oputa (Charley Boy was represented), Ebere Okaro , Jerry Williams, Diamond Okechi, Joyce Kalu, Steve Eboh, Ada, and other captains of industry, activists and social crusaders among others.

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