Funke Akindele, a politician and box office queen in Nollywood, shared a flashback photo of her being introduced as the People’s Democratic Party’s (PDP) deputy governor candidate for Lagos State.
When Funke Akindele invaded her fatherland, Ikorodu, Lagos state, for her official presentation in July, NaijaMp3tv remembers that she drew a sizable crowd.
On her verified Instagram profile, Funke Akindele posted pictures of the huge crowd of Lagos residents who descended on Ikorodu to witness the party’s official unveiling of her.
In anticipation of the general elections in 2023, the jubilant mob invaded the principal’s office to show their support for Funke Akindele and Olajide Jandor.
Moving on, Funke Akindele amused herself by remembering her unveiling and promising to do more and make clear improvements to the state.
The “Omo Ghetto the Saga” actress asserted that she supported good administration, citing Jenifa’s Diary and Aiyetoro Town as examples from her filmography.
The unprincipalistic aspects of leadership, according to Funke Akindele, have coincided with her primary aim of bringing about change and a breath of new air.
It’s #throwbackth, she wrote.
Today, I’d want to transport you all back to July 12, 2022, when I was introduced as Dr. Abdul-Azeez Olajide Adediran’s running mate (Jandor).
I feel incredibly honoured by my principal’s choice of me to work with him in realising his goal of enabling Lagos to reach its full potential as a megacity.
I have always supported good governance, which is seen in the material I produce, and I have a keen awareness of other people’s suffering.
More specifically, I am aware of the dynamics of leadership by service because I have been an employer of labour and have been actively involved in people management for more than ten years.
Fortunately, this fits with my principal’s strong desire to change things for the better and give Lagosians a breath of fresh air.
“I promise to support this course fully at every turn of our trip.” I’m prepared to work, so let’s bring about real change and give Lagos residents—including women, children, those conducting business there, those paying taxes there, the underclass and the elites, as well as all Lagosians—hope for a better city.
To accomplish this, we must work together as a team.