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Kenneth Okonkwo declares he has left the APC for the Labour party, fans yell, “You’re no longer in bondage.”

Kenneth Okonkwo declares he has left the APC for the Labour party, fans yell, “You’re no longer in bondage.”

Veteran Nollywood actor Kenneth Okonkwo has informed his followers that he is now a full member of the Labour Party after previously resigning from the All Progressive Congress.

The Living In Bondage Fame actor said in a press release that he posted on his social media website that he feels honored and privileged to have joined the trending party.

“It was an honour and a privilege to be welcomed into the Labour Party on the 23rd of August, 2022, at the Supreme God House, Apo, Abuja, by the entire executive of the FCT Labour Party, representing the National Executive of the Party. I feel loved and cherished by the visit of these distinguished officials of this peoplecentric Party to our Chambers which culminated in my officially joining the Labour Party as a member.

This will enable me assist in my own humble way to the enthronement of His Excellency, Peter Obi, as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria come 2023 for the good governance of our dear country which is so blessed by God but has been so battered by bad leaders.

I thank the Dynamics Ambassadors for Peter Obi (DAPO), which I am its National Spokesperson, for facilitating this my membership of Labour Party for the enthronement of good governance in Nigeria. I enjoin all citizens of Nigeria to join in this movement for the actualization of this divine mandate of Peter Obi come 2023. Thank you and God bless.”

Okonkwo is a well-known actor, director, producer, and television personality in Nollywood. He is also a politician, businessman, and philanthropist.

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He joined the Nigerian film business (Nollywood) in 1991 and began attending film auditions as well as acting in TV shows and soap operas.

He became well-known in 1992 as a result of his role in the Nollywood hit “Living in Bondage,” which launched Nollywood into the spotlight.

One of Nollywood’s founders, Okonkwo made a significant contribution to the development of the business both domestically and internationally.After playing Andy in the Nollywood hit film “Living in Bondage,” which was the precursor to Nollywood, the seasoned actor rose to fame.

He wed Ifeoma Okonkwo, and the couple is now the proud parents of a boy.

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