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Comedian Bovi sticks with Jonathan

22 January 2015, 13:56

Lagos - Comedian Bovi says he will be voting for incumbent president, Goodluck Jonathan in the 2015 presidential election.

 Bovi said on Instagram that  he and his family members are for  Nigeria’s  current president.

 As the February 2015 general election draws closer, more Nigerian entertainers are taking sides.

Also read: Bovi is a 'Bad Samaritan'

A few days ago masked-musician, Lagbaja, said he won’t be voting for Goodluck Jonathan for the presidential election taking place on February 14, 2015.

‘As for me and my household, we are voting GEJ’. BOvi wrote on Instagram.

Gmb- good morning mr. President. GEJ- good morning sir. Gmb-how are you mr. President? GEJ- fine thank you sir. Gmb and GEJ together- how is the campaign going? Then laughter from both men. Fellow Nigerians, vote for whom you will vote. Save the insults and bickering. In politics, there's no permanent friend, no permanent enemy. But there's permanent interest. Spend your time promoting your candidate. Insults are like mess in this game, stinks only for a while. It can never form shit. If you wknow the history of buhari and ibb, you will marvel at the fact that both men can sit together today. If you know the history of ffk, you will marvel that he's working for GEJ today. Don't fight! Just let the ballot speak. As for me I am voting GEJ

A video posted by Bovi (@officialbovi) on


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