Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson, has been trending on social media since she made a post throwing her weight behind APC’s Lagos governorship candidate, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
Ms Johnson posted photos of her activity with the ruling party; All Progressives Congress on her verified Instagram page on Wednesday evening and captioned it: “Earlier today, I joined His Excellency, Babajide Sanwo-Olu @jidesanwoolu and the incredible women leaders that make up the APC ‘Women Presidential Campaign Team’ at the APC women Southwest Rally.
As a woman, wife to an APC candidate @princeodiokojie and mother, I am confident in the APC plan for women which is in line with the 35% affirmative action for women.
From the goodwill messages and conversations with the women leaders, I was opportuned to hear from the horse’s mouth and I have renewed hope and confidence in the good intentions, great plans and actions to follow for the women of Nigeria and for the people of Nigeria. RenewedHope. VoteAPC. Odiwife.”
This didn’t obviously go down well with some Nigerians who stormed her comment section to express their disappointments.
truly_jawdropping wrote: Wrong move. Yes, it’s good to support your husband but don’t endorse apc before Nigerians will move the notion to cancel you and I really love you, don’t ruin it.
Dreco_905 wrote: Support your Husband in peace. Don’t tell us rubbish about APC.
Immalove38 wrote: aren’t you tired of the damages this APC has caused to Nigerian people? Or have you collected back hand in order to support it. Madam you are on your own.
Chidinma554 wrote: Nigerian celebrities with selfish interests. Ndi want it. Odi egwu.
This is not the first time Mercy Johnson is been dragged over her political stand.
A few weeks ago, when she was unveiled as part of Tinubu/Shettima Women Presidential Campaign Team, Nigerians also came at her.
They team included veteran thespian, Joke Silva who chairs the category, Fausat Balogun, Remi Oshodi, Mercy Johnson-Okojie, Rose Odika, Sola Kosoko, Lanre Hassan (Iya Awero) Hajiya Nas, Lizzy Jay (Omo Ibadan), Princess Kalihat Bello among others.