Funke Akindele Bello, a Nollywood actress turned politician, has revealed one of her party’s plans for Lagos state ahead of the 2023 general elections.
The multiple award-winning actress took to her verified Instagram page to discuss Lagos state’s medical situation and the state’s urgent need for a qualified medical practitioner.
According to Funke Akindele, Lagos state has suffered enough and requires the attention of a “experienced doctor,” Jandor, and herself.
She wrote: If you’ve been suffering from a medical condition for years and your “EXPERIENCED DOCTOR” has neither provided you with a diagnosis nor a treatment, please get yourself a NEW DOCTOR.
Lagos state has suffered enough. Lagos needs a breath of fresh air. Jandor/Funke ’23.
We recall that the Jenifa’s Diary singer was nominated as a deputy governor for the Peoples Democratic Party’s gubernatorial candidate in the upcoming Lagos State elections alongside four others.
Funke Akindele, also known as Jenifa, is a former governorship aspirant, as is Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, a former senatorial candidate for Lagos East, Yeye Shobajo, another governorship aspirant, David Kolawole Vaughan, also known as DAKOVA, and Engr. Teslim Balogun.
Funke Akindele also drew a large crowd to her father’s hometown of Ikorodu Lagos for her official unveiling as the state’s PDP deputy governor, according to Kemi Filani.
The ecstatic crowd took to the streets to show their support for Funke Akindele and Olajide Jandor ahead of the general elections in 2023.
Funke Akindele resisted pressure when her husband announced their unexpected separation on social media.
Despite her fans’ eagerness for an official statement or her side of the story regarding their split, Funke Akindele remained silent on the subject.
On the other hand, it was unsurprising that Funke Akindele refused to address the marital crisis.
The actress had previously been known to avoid public statements or reports about her, whether true or false.
On social media, Funke Akindele still uses her husband’s surname.