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Ghanaian Actress, Afia Schwarzenegger Campaigns Against Buhari (Video)

Posted by George on Thu 21st Feb, 2019 - tori.ng

The controversial actress and Ghanaian On-Air-Personality, Afia Schwarzenegger has endorsed Atiku Abubakar via a viral Instagram video.

 
Afia Schwarzenegger
 
Afia Schwarzenegger last week waded into the political climate of Nigeria as she warned the electorate against giving President Buhari a second chance in office.
 
The one-minute video clip was titled "Dear Nigeria Dont vote for Buhari..Save his life."
 
The video was released before the February 16 election date was shifted by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to February 23 due to challenges that have to do with logistics.
 
She alleged that Buhari is sick and far-spent and should be stopped from continuing his tenure for the purpose of saving his life. The breast-flaunting woman who was once caught-redhanded cheating on her husband used the opportunity to endorse the presidential candidate of the main opposition party - Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar.
 
In her words:
 
"Whats up! Whats up!! Whats up Naija!!!, how you dey now? as you dey go vote, I beg you with the mercies of the Lord, dont vote for Buhari. You see Uncle Buhari looks very sick, that man looks sick. His wife said he is not in control. If you vote for him and he dies, his blood will be on your hands. You know.
 
"Don't vote for a man who will sit and call the entire Nigerians lazy when he is not doing anything about it. Dont vote for Buhari oh. 

"Don't give that old man the room to insult you again. I beg you. Lets save the man. Even his wife says he is not in control. He cant think oh. His medication entails. Don't vote for a man that will insult you. Nigerian youths be wise"
 
She went on to describe Buhari's major challenger, Atiku as a very intelligent man who is an ideal option to replace Buhari of the ruling All Progressives Congress.
 
Watch video below:
 



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