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2023 election : Williams Uchemba pledges to Nigeria

Williams Uchemba

Nollywood actor, Williams Uchemba has pledged his loyalty to Nigeria.

As Nigerians troop out today in large numbers to decide on who governs them for the next four years, Williams has made a pledge to the country.

The comic actor declared that he would remain faithful, loyal and Honest and to serve the country with all his strength.

Reciting the country’s pledge, in a much different way, Williams stated clearly the unique qualities to look out for when deciding their presidential choice. Capacity, competence and character are the key factors.

Praying to God, he hoped that the citizens effort wouldn’t be in vain.

“The Time Has Come and today I pledge to Nigeria my country. To be faithful, loyal and honest. To serve Nigeria with all my strength. To defend her unity and to uphold her honour and glory as we go to the polling units to vote for Capacity, Competence and Character and our LABOUR will not be in vain. Amen”.

The fake products in this country are more than the original – Williams Uchemba cries out

In other news, Williams Uchemba had cried out over the high rate of fake products being sold in the country.

Williams Uchemba, who seemed like he had fallen victim to the trend, took to his Instagram page to rant.

The father of one said the number of fake products in the country is more than the original, and it’s painful that some vendors still sell counterfeit products at the price of the original.

Williams Uchemba suggested that vendors should have both fake and original products so that those who cannot afford the original will have the option of buying the fake.

The comic actor added that sometimes the country’s problems are not the government but the citizens.

He wrote: The fake products in this country are more than the original. And the painful part is that some of these vendors will sell the fake the price of original.
Even if you must sell fake, why can’t you have the fake and the original so that anyone that can’t afford the original will then have the option of buying the fake. Sometimes our problem is not the government, our problem is us”.

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