Desmond Elliot, a politician and actor in Nollywood, has claimed that he is also from the eastern region of Nigeria when canvassing for support ahead of the state Assembly election.
According to Awardnobs, the candidate for re-election to the Lagos State House of Assembly who represents the Surulere seat was seen canvassing for votes in a church.
While addressing the congregation, Desmond suddenly started speaking the Igbo language.
The lawmaker stated that he was partly Igbo because of his mother and it cannot be erased from him.
Recall, that many had mocked the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi, over his consistent visit to churches during the campaign….CONTINUE READING
Speaking on Peter Obi’s victory in Lagos, Governor Sanwo-Olu said the Muslim-Muslim ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APC) at the National level affected the party at the state level due to the large population of Christians.
Many politicians have now resorted to church visits to pacify and solicit votes from Christians in the forthcoming election.
Desmond Elliot Donates Several Transformers
Meanwhile, Desmond Elliot has donated several electricity transformers to his constituency ahead of the election scheduled for Saturday, March 18th.
The two-term incumbent lawmaker, who is running for a third bid in the Lagos State House of Assembly, Surulere Constituency, took to his social media on Thursday to disclose that he commissioned the installment of the high-capacity transformers in Surulere to bring reliable electricity to communities.
He further listed the recipients of the transformers as, Somade Crescent, Main street, Clegg street, James Robertson, Akerele, Martins Street, and Tafawa Balewa.