Thursday, 17 March 2022

2023: Dele Momodu seeks social media followers’ donations for campaigns

Amid dire economic situation in Nigeria, media mogul, Dele Momodu, has approached Nigerians, and his other social media followers worldwide to support his 

presidential ambition by donating to the cause.


The gesture, he said, would help him and others seeking to birth a new Nigeria and ensure the country is placed on path of growth and accelerated development realised the dream.


Momodu, who is the publisher of Ovation Magazine, made the plea on Wednesdy through series of tweets on his Twitter handle.

The media mogul also released several bank accounts, including dollar, euros, pounds sterling and naira for the donations, while urging his followers that any amount donated would be appreciated.


He wrote, “Good morning fellow Nigerians… I have good news for you. A new Nigeria for all is possible and the epic journey has started… I was on Twitter Space, Facebook and Instagram last night & many Nigerians asked for the Dele Momodu Support Account and started paying immediately…

“These accounts will be strictly audited and we shall compile all donors and reach out to you once you attach your details. Grateful for your decision to join A NEW NIGERIA FOR ALL MOVEMENT.”


He stated this while informing the Peoples Democratic Party of his intention to contest for the party’s presidential ticket.

“I’m convinced that the time has come to seriously challenge and dislodge those politicians who have held our country to ransom by kidnapping, hijacking and destroying the future of our younger generation and generations yet unborn.

“I’m better prepared now than at the time of my first foray into the fray in 2011, and I am fully ready and certainly capable for the onerous tasks and responsibilities ahead,” Momodu said in his letter of intent to the PDP National Chairman, Dr Iyorchia Ayu. 

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