Georgina Onuoha is not happy with the turnout of the 2019 elections, and she is calling out our Nigerian celebrities who promoted either Muhammadu Buhari or Atiku Abubakar.
The Nollywood actress took to Instagram to pour our her vexation, blaming our celebs as part of the problem of this country. Read full statement below:
“To my fellow celebrities!! If you take money from politicians, campaign for them because I know most of you get paid to do so and fool yourselves. Please do me a favor and shut up your mouth
because you are part of Nigerian’s problem. You get compromised and expect respect. No you will not get it from me. You don’t have the moral integrity to persuade anyone because you are compromised. In developed countries, celebrities push for fair governance and issues that affect their fellow citizens. They contribute their own money to politicians not the other way around. Why would I expect anything different when most of you are poor both mentally, financially and morally bankrupt, yet you portray a false image of your financial status on social media meanwhile behind the curtains you beg for rent and feeding money. Stop exhibiting your fakery online. To most of you it’s all about money rather than integrity. I don’t care if you voted for Buhari or Atiku, I am and will never endorse either of these men. Same people that have ruined this country since the inception of our independence. For the thwart sliding me a DM urging me to launder a positive image of Nigeria, listen, it our collective duty to speak the truth even when it’s uncomfortable. While the election was peaceful in some parts of the country, other parts were not. But to give a false narrative or gloss over a positive image of a free and fair election is a crime, malpractice as well as disservice to your followers. Use your platforms for the better good of a common Nigerian and not to enrich your pockets, brand and selfish interest. Enjoy the money now and your generation suffer for your scrupulous stupidity. I don’t endorse politicians, I don’t campaign for them because if I Do, I lose my moral integrity and you bet, I can’t give that up. You can’t eat with the devil and have the moral authority to call it out. I wish my country well, it is our responsibility to accept the out come of the elections regardless of our expectations. If you can work with the new elected president do so for the better good of our people. I wish him best of luck in governing our people as a nation. God bless Nigeria.”