Nollywood Igbo Actress Protests Buhari’s Reelection…Daniella Okeke Threatens To Leave Nigeria

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Nollywood Igbo Actress Protests Buhari’s Reelection…Daniella Okeke Says She’s Tired Of Nigeria

Controversial actress Daniella Okeke has revealed that she is tired of living in Nigeria.

Her statement came after INEC declared Buhari the winner of the just concluded Presidential election.

Here is what the Abuja-based diva wrote via her official IG page;

Daniella Okeke’s state of mind is the same with most Ndigbo who believe Buhari’s re-election will hinder Igbo Presidency in 2023.

Buhari lost woefully in the South East as his opponent Atiku polled massive votes there.

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17 thoughts on “Nollywood Igbo Actress Protests Buhari’s Reelection…Daniella Okeke Threatens To Leave Nigeria

  1. Nobody know who you are. You exit from Nigeria will do us good since all you know how to do is f**k married men and wealthy politicians. Go now, we don’t need you

  2. If i may ask, what will change if Igbo man become president? What difference does Jonathan’s presidency made to the Eastern region of Nigeria, except the same group of corrupt politicians who have agreed with all their counterpart from different geopolitical zones to keep the masses in darkness.

    The only people enjoying this unitary system are the minority Fulanis who are using the mighty of the Federal government to spread their hatred and belief system to every part of Nigeria,they are not even Indigenous to start with, they keep on suppressing development and they don’t want anybody to question them because that’s their way of life, they want to do what they did to Hausas to whole Nigeria, all in agreement with British government, using the collective resources of Nigeria to be bribing the International community.

    This failed country need to be divided so that each zone will know how to handle their own criminals calling themselves politicians.

  3. What a way to advertise your self in sex industary??? After all this years of dirtiness in Nigeria.You are strounded
    Iam in London, and this my phone number 999. I need a cook

  4. We don’t need any p*******te in Nigeria, you can go any where after roll your present has never been felt in this Nation if not only to your politicians & rich male customers.

  5. I THINK the Igbos have a better chance at 2023 now that PMB has won, for if Atiku had got the winning vote, he would still want to do 8yrs in office, and that would mean no vacancy at Aso Rock until 2027.

    BUT I MUST say that I preferred Atiku to PMB. Atiku/Obi would have transformed Nigeria.

  6. No sister, not now! Your region must produce the 2023 President. I am tired of these numb skulls. Biafra agitators must organize themselves indomitably and fight this ignoble system. Yorubas, when are we going to get it?

  7. girlie….what a way to advertise your status and need for hubby….u said red or blue passport….but i have some purple, dark blue, yellow, brown and faded grey citizen from Cameron and kenya who are ready to met your family…suegbe!!

  8. Whoever is not happy with President Buhari should go jump in the ocean. Nigerians had a choice between integrity and indisputable corruption, and they made their choice. What baffles me with majority of Igbo people is that everything has to be about tribalism, irrespective of credibility. This attitude has isolated Igbos from the rest of the country and this disconnect will continue for a long time. In New York, there was rancor when an Ibo man was appointed President of Nigerian Lawyers’ Association, a post that requires a two year tenure and after which new elections are held. He ended up appointing Igbos to fill every position, to the aggravation of other non-Igbo members (especially the founding members that were Yoruba). Everyone knows that if given a chance, an Ibo man will only fill all positions with his own tribal affiliates. As, for me, I don’t feel comfortable voting for an Ibo President, I will rather go with a Northerner. From experience, even the educated ones don’t reason rationally or see things objectively, beyond loyalty to their kinsmen. I will do anything that puts Nigeria first and protects her integrity and support my country’s best interests. Thank God that the world has not seen us for the reputation we have built, had we chosen “an established thief” over a “stingy dictator”, as the London Guardian Sunday edition front page described our two major Presidential candidates in the run-up to the Presidential elections. Thank God I wouldn’t have to explain to my grandchildren the rational behind our choice and hopefully, generations yet unborn will have a brighter future, as integrity will eventually win the fight against massive looting and corruption. Every Nigerian needs to change, including the greedy, self-centered so called “men of God”. Changing Nigeria is not Buhari’s responsibility alone. He can only do so much as an individual and at his age. God bless Nigeria

  9. Whoever is not happy with President Buhari should go jump in the ocean. Nigerians had a choice between integrity and indisputable corruption, and they made their choice. What baffles me with majority of Igbo people is that everything has to be about tribalism, irrespective of credibility. This attitude has isolated Igbos from the rest of the country and this disconnect will continue for a long time. In New York, there was rancor when an Ibo man was appointed President of Nigerian Lawyers’ Association, a post that requires a two year tenure and after which new elections are held. He ended up appointing Igbos to fill every position, to the aggravation of other non-Igbo members (especially the founding members that were Yoruba). Everyone knows that if given a chance, an Ibo man will fill all positions with his own tribal affiliates. As, for me, I don’t feel comfortable voting for an Ibo President, I will rather go with a Northerner. From experience, even the educated ones don’t reason rationally or see things objectively, beyond loyalty to their kinsmen. I will do anything that puts Nigeria first and protects her integrity and support my country’s best interests. Thank God that the world has not seen us for the reputation we have built, had we chosen “an established thief” over a “stingy dictator”, as the London Guardian Sunday edition front page described our two major Presidential candidates in the run-up to the Presidential elections. Thank God I wouldn’t have to explain to my grandchildren the rational behind our choice and hopefully, generations yet unborn will have a brighter future, as integrity will eventually win the fight against massive looting and corruption. Every Nigerian needs to change, including the greedy, self-centered so called “men of God”. Changing Nigeria is not Buhari’s responsibility alone. He can only do so much as an individual and at his age. God bless Nigeria

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