Singer Kcee Storms Peter Obi’s Campaign Rally, After Pitching Tent With Tinubu

Singer Kcee Storms Peter Obi’s Campaign Rally, After Pitching Tent With Tinubu

Kingsley Okonkwo, commonly known as Kcee, a Nigerian artist, has invaded the Imo state campaign rally of Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi.
According to Naija News, this comes only a few days after Kcee was shamed online for pitching his tent with All Progressives Congress (APC) flagbearer Bola Tinubu.

Recall that accusations circulated online saying that Kcee and his brother E-money, both from Anambra State, collaborated with the previous Governor of Lagos on illegal drug activities.

Although Kcee and Emoney have been mute about their presidential candidate selection since the 2023 campaign officially began.

Seyi Tinubu, Tinubu’s son, took to Instagram to share a snapshot of Kcee wearing Tinubu’s campaign costume in a photo.

 

Many people believe that Kcee and E-money have pledged their support for Tinubu in the 2023 election.

Obi and Kcee meet

Kcee unexpectedly attended Peter Obi’s campaign rally on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, and Nigerian celebrity bartender, Cubana ChiefPriest, rushed to social media to post moments from the occasion.

In the video, Cubana Chiefpriest is seen posing for photos with Obi and inviting Kcee to join them.

Kcee also exchanged pleasantries with the former Governor of Anambra State before they finally took pictures.

The socialite captioned the post: “Nigeria Go Better @peterobigregory We Have Confidence In You As The Best Candidate For The Job Come 2023, Disel Don Chop All The Profit Wey Dey My Business, Dollar Rate No Gree Make Person Chop Life Again, Insecurity No Gree Make Ballers Come Out Again. A lot Needs To Be Done And You Remain The Best Man For The Job To Fix Our Great Nation🇳🇬 God Willing You Will Emerge President Of Our Dear Country Amen.”

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