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I will sell my vote for just $1.4 million

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Nigerian actor and comedian, Ime Bishop Umoh better known as Okon Lagos has given a condition under which his vote can be bought.

In a video he posted to address vote buying in a sarcastic manner, Okon Lagos he would sell his vote to cover a single term of four years at a daily charge of $1,000.

According to the actor, he would multiply the $1k times the number of days in four years, which is 1460 days.

So, going by the calculation, the price of the comic act’s vote would amount to $1,460,000, with his discounted exchange rate of N500, will come to N730 million.

Okon stressed that he would not be accepting any amount less than this because he knows that once a politician running for political office buys his vote, like they usually do, he would not get anything from him again till the next election cycle.

Watch him speak HERE

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Deaths in Nollywood: Odunlade Adekola seeks God’s intervention

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Famous Nollywood actor Odunlade Adekola has sought God’s intervention over the death plaguing the Nigerian movie industry.

This is coming after the death of another Nollywood actress, Wunmi Olowokandi who lost her life on Monday evening.

Wunmi’s death is the fourth in Nollywood in less than a week after St. Obi and Murphy Afolabi.

Reacting to the death of the deceased, Odunlade in a post on his official Instagram page prayed for God to shut the door of untimely death in the movie industry.

He wrote: “Unquestionable you are the LORD. I pray God will close the door of untimely death in our industry and in the house of every one of us in Jesus name.”

Recall that actor Murphy Afolabi’s death was announced on Sunday after he reportedly fell and slumped in his bathroom.

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Davido snubs Don Jazzy in his list of ‘OGs’ of Nigerian music

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Afrobeats star, David Adeleke, aka Davido, has snubbed veteran producer and singer-cum-music executive, Don Jazzy, in his list of contemporary Nigerian music legends.

He, however, mentioned Don Jazzy’s former partner at Mo’hit Records, D’banj, in his list of Nigerian music industry’s legends, otherwise known as “OGs”.

Davido dropped the list while appearing on the latest episode of Bootleg Kev audiovisual podcast.

When asked about the pioneers of modern Nigerian music, he said, “Definitely D’banj. He was one of the artists I saw while growing up. D’banj, 2Face…So, the big 3 then were D’banj, 2Face, and there was a group of twins called P-Square. Those were our OGs. They were the people that made this thing possible.”

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Deaths in Nollywood: Odunlade Adekola seeks God’s intervention over

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Famous Nollywood actor Odunlade Adekola has sought God’s intervention over the death plaguing the Nigerian movie industry.

This is coming after the death of another Nollywood actress, Wunmi Olowokandi who lost her life on Monday evening.

Wunmi’s death is the fourth in Nollywood in less than a week after St. Obi and Murphy Afolabi.

Reacting to the death of the deceased, Odunlade in a post on his official Instagram page prayed for God to shut the door of untimely death in the movie industry.

He wrote: “Unquestionable you are the LORD. I pray God will close the door of untimely death in our industry and in the house of every one of us in Jesus name.”

Recall that actor Murphy Afolabi’s death was announced on Sunday after he reportedly fell and slumped in his bathroom.

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