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APC stakeholders want Tony Tetuila to step down

11 November 2014, 06:51

Lagos - Singer Tony Tetuila who wants to win a seat in the  the Kwara House of Assembly has been told to  step down because of his blond hair, reports Pulse.ng

The former member of Remedies, Tony Tetuila, may have to take a break from politics.

The  change of heart may be caused by party stakeholders  in his Irepodun Local Government Area who are reported to be  saying that they do not want  a green horn singer with blond hair to win the ticket to represent them.

Also read:Tony Tetuila changes campaign poster

According to some insiders of the  All Progressive Party, (APC), stakeholders are complaining that other political parties are using the blond hair to campaign against Tetuila.

Some APC stakeholders feel that Tony Tetuila and his blond hair might cost them the seat so they want the singer to step down.

The APC elders and stakeholders are said to be urging the You Don Hit My car crooner to keep his aspiration on hold and await his turn.

Read more at Pulse.ng

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