I pick Funke Akindele and Not Jenifar - Jandor
The governorship candidate of the opposition party in next year's election in Lagos state, Jandor, in an interview with Arise TV discussed why he picked the Nollywood actress; Funke Akindele as his running mate.
Jandor in his statement revealed that he picked Funke Akindele the entrepreneur not the character Sulia or Jenifa that she plays
He continued by saying that the ruling party, who called them unserious for choosing the actress, once gave their ticket to another Nollywood star Desmond Elliott.
What worries the politician, however, is the conspiracy of silence in the industry that has notable people who could have fought claims that being an actress doesn't make Funke an ideal candidate for governance.
It must be noted that several criticisms are being raised against the decision of Jandor to go with Funke as his running mate.
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