Georgina Onuoha And Foluke Daramola Exchange Words Following Election Proceedings

Two Nollywood actresses, Georgina Onuoha and Foluke Daramola have called out themselves on social media following a post by the former. The 2019 Presidential Elections might be over with the winner already declared but the drama and reactions following it is far from finished.

Georgina Onuoha had shared a viral video where the All Progressives Congress (APC) Chairman, Adams Oshiomole apparently made a mistake and used the word ‘rigging’ in place of ‘defeat’ whilst giving an address at a press conference.

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The actress then accompanied the post with a comment suggesting that she didn’t hear well, asking her followers to interpret the statement better for her.

Several of her fans on the gram followed up the post by dropping their comments. Amongst the comments queuing up on her comment section was a colleague of hers in the movie industry, Foluke Daramola-Salako, who had questioned the motive behind the post she made.

She went on to warn Onuoha to seize from inciting the public. In her words: “What are you saying? Is that not a mistake? Besides did Buhari win in Edo? Pls @georginaonuoha stop all these incitements abeg just stop pls”, she wrote.

Onuoha who must have been sifting through her comments ‘over a cup of coffee’ couldn’t resist the urge to reply Foluke’s comments as she responded by saying:

“@folukedaramolasalako my darling, from the abundance of my heart, the mouth speaks. Too grave a mistake for a man who led the labor union for years. Given we all make mistakes or have slip of tongues, but to incorporate rigging? Nah…..nothing like ‘misspoke’. I wish Nigerians as whole the very best. The level of our ignorance palpable and perplexing”

Georgina Onuoha wasn’t finished yet as she called out fellow celebrities who have been licking the boots of politicians for money. She then called her colleagues to join hands with the new government to make the tenure a success.

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