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Politics looks appealing for another actress

05 September 2014, 13:27

Lagos -  Nollywood actress Funke Adesiyan is the latest entertainer to be bitten by the politics bug, reports Nigerian Entertainment Today(NET)

Funke Adesiyan has now increased the count of entertainers who are cutting their political teeth.

The actress has revealed that she is seeking an elective office in the Oyo State House of Assembly representing the Ibadan South-East constituency.

Also read: Julius Agwu's is not joking about politics

Though she has not specifically mentioned any political party in which she will contest, she adds to the swelling numbers of entertainers who want to be elected into office.

She has joined the likes of Kate Henshaw, Julius Agwu, Kenny Saint Brown, D’ Humorous and Bob Manuel Udokwu who have made their intentions known to contest at the  2015 general elections.

Also read:Bob Manuel joins the election train

Funke Adesiyan is popular in the Yoruba genre of Nollywood and has featured in several movies as well as a number of soap operas.

Read more at NET

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