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Nollywood actors say no regret campaigning for Jonathan

04 April 2015, 15:05

Some Nollywood actors have said that if given the opportunity to campaign for President Goodluck Jonathan again despite losing to Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential poll, they would do so, Punch reports.

Notable among the actors who were at the forefront of the campaign for the re-election of President Goodluck Jonathan, was former Actors’ Guild of Nigeria president, Segun Arinze. He said he has no regrets campaigning for Jonathan  because he believed he has done well for the entertainment industry and Nigeria as a whole.

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Actress Omoni Oboli, who may be regarded as a personal friend of the President as she showed her movie, Being Mrs. Elliot, in Aso Rock, said she has no single regret for voting Jonathan.

Ace movie director, Lancelot Imasuen, who before now had not hidden the fact that Jonathan was his favoured candidate, said he would rather keep his opinion about the election to himself.

Read more at Punch

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