Before the general elections later this month, Nollywood actress Uche Nnanna-Maduka stormed one of the city’s main streets on Saturday, February 4th, to raise awareness for the need for a better Nigeria.
The “Point of Intimacy” actress posted a video on Instagram promising to support Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi because he will bring about the transformation the nation needs.
In the video shared, the actress was seen in a joyous mood as she held high the LP flag amongst other supporters who also marched in solidarity for the former Anambra State governor.
Sharing the video from the exercise, Uche wrote: “Earlier today in Lagos, Nigeria Lending my voice towards getting a better Nigeria. I will vote Labour Party because am an Obident child. Peter Obi for the win.”
Meanwhile, Uche Nnanna-Maduka has said she has a limit when it comes to the kind of roles she can play in movies.
The mother of two made this known in a recent interview where she said, “There are many roles I can’t play. I can’t go naked or be involved in ‘a deep’ romance in a movie. Even before I got married, I rejected many roles. I know where I am coming from and where I’m going to. I’m not claiming to be a saint but such roles are not right for who I am.”