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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Actress Ronke Oshodi Oke Weeps Bitterly For The Mistake She Made In 2015

 You will not believe why Actress Ronke Oshodi Oke wept bitterly in a video she posted on Instagram two days ago.....She cried so much that I joined her........

You can join her if you wish.....





Ronke wept bitterly for campaigning for Muhammadu Buhari and Kwara state governor in 2015.

While speaking in her Yoruba dialect, she said she regrets her actions and held herself responsible for the current state of the country and apologized for misleading her fans into voting for Buhari.

See the video HERE if you wish





64 comments:

  1. Ma even us that came out to support. Am ashamed too. Na wa

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    1. The thing wey pain me pass na insults I receive from people for not supporting Buhari. It was a decision not of hate for a northerner but distrust for that particular northerner due to his antecedents. I have hate posts on my wall from that time calling me "abandoned property igbo". I had office mates for another tubes call me tribalism for not supporting Buhari. How the tables have turned.

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    2. Medicine after death...

      I said it. All my Yoruba friends campaigned for him, and they are all regretting.
      Me: When I see them, I dey hail o πŸ™‹πŸ»

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    3. She is acting, yeye dey smell as if they didn't collect money then.

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    4. @ Sexy
      I can see why you said rubbish about GEJ in that other post

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  2. I'm sorry too,I thought he was the change we needed in our country in 2015.
    I have apologised to all my contacts too.

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    1. Same here. Honest to God I'm sorry

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    2. Apologies accepted, my darlingsπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    3. I have never voted in my life because I hate politicians. I have hated them all my life as I have never trusted them, as a kid I see them as liars who never keep promises. I saw people in pains in my state and other areas of Nigeria and I wanted PDP out as I felt they were the worst. Then Buhari entered, and since Buhari entered, there has never been peace. Everything started getting more horrible. To think I was happy that baton changed hands. MAKE UNA FORGIVE ME O.

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    4. Sunshine BV and Picture (G Wagon) it's all good.

      Sunshine so are you old ID, SUNSHINE?

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    5. Thanks XP. Yes babe,there's another sunshine though with the small letter s.

      Thank you Candy..

      G Wagon,oh dear! may God help us.

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  3. Hope they won't come for her. All this crying on camera is uncalled for and unnecessary mockery of the real victims

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  4. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  5. Oh well...acting is her destiny.

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    1. My sister.
      As in she put the camera in her face and started crying?

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    2. Abi ooo. How's your lil Prince?:

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    3. Acting or not... slot of regrets going around

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    4. Sometimes u may not start out the video crying, then along the line, your emotions may overpower you and then u start crying while the video is still running.

      I'm not saying this is what happened here, I'm saying it is very possible

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    5. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜‚
      I think she's really pained about what is going on in the country

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    6. 🀣🀣🀣

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    7. Eka Joy, your explanation even sound more hilarious to meπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  6. Ewo lekun oshi. I never campaigned or voted anyone. 🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️

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    1. U r even worse not campaigng nor voting, u r - the cause of a national problem

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    2. Abi ekun egbere. Wipe your tears.

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  7. The internet indeed never forgets. I'm still hopeful that we'll get it right in this country. It's well

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  8. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„. If you like, fill a drum with your tears, it won't change anything. When y'all were campaigning and collecting money, you thought PMB was the Messiah. Una eye never clear finish.

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  9. I campaigned for Buhari too and I'm DEEPLY SORRY.

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  10. We told y’all. But nah. You guys thought because we are igbos we hated General Buhari. Now you’ve seen it. I was opportuned to work with Tinubu during his last year, to bring in fashola. That was when I realized that VESTED INTEREST IS ALL THAT MATTERS TO THESE BASTARDS. not me or you or anything else.

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    1. They simply do not care about anything or anyone but themselves


      Opposite of leaders

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  11. I feel her pain

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  12. This is just funny. Biko week no more, it shall be well.

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  13. Part of a "scene 1" right? After crying, you celebs will go behind to collect monies from same governors for your projects and businesses? And receive commissioner/special advisers' posts from same governors? How many of your Nollyladies are working in government houses? Have you heard shim from any of those ones?
    YOu think you are deceiving babies on diapers? 😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏

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  14. This one na campaign after election! Madam Ronke this is one of those things in life, we make mistakes at times Ewo leku!

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  15. E reach to weep.

    You might say you didn't campaign or vote for this wicked government but not voting for anyone at all has also helped in putting this bad government in power. So you know!

    2023 is almost here, don't sit on the fence. Use your voting right correctly.

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    1. Well, me as of 2015 wasn't eligible and had no PVC. Didn't campaign for that failure and would not have thought of voting him if I had the chance cause I made sure I read his history

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    2. Cynthia... You and friends like Thelma Cakes campaigned for APC.
      Yes or No?

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    3. XP put a rest to this your who campaigned for who! Who was your ALTERNATIVE Abi candidate? Name names let's help you check their character!

      So long as you supported one of those recycled older people, you are NOT different!

      Stop GLOATING and let people be!

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    4. I campaigned for Good luck Jonathan. A human being with a gentle spirit not a mean masked statue.

      Answer my question, that's all!

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    5. Anno biko leave Xp alone I am enjoying her judgment

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  16. Gbogbo rubbish yi o necestry now Aunty Ronke...

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    1. Where's bv Gbogbo Bigz Girls?
      Wey your own video?

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  17. I regret ever believing in him too. He's the worst president since this present democracy. Weep no more madam, it's well

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  18. Let's not lose guard.

    Now is the time to go get your PVC ready.

    Crying is allowed IF it makes you feel better.

    BUT let's get to the drawing board and get it right in 2023 and in Anambra state 2021, let's vote sensibly this time around.

    Let's make sure that the blood of fellow countrymen spilled during this unrest is not in vain.

    That's just the way to go.

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  19. She is a very brave and courageous lady to admit her mistake, she probably thought and believed, Buhari was the change the country needed [ I never believed this for a micro second, all these useless politicians]. Kudos to Ronke, she is really brave.

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  20. Am sure you were so tribalistic then because Jonathan was from the Niger Delta u all decided to follow thiefnubu ur messiah

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  21. At this point I’m very grateful I never ever campaigned for buhari. My dad then would always tell me, the northerners don’t mean well for Nigeria. None of them do.
    I just feel bad I did not vote at all.
    By God’s grace, I shall do my part come 2023.

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  22. She was with us at the protest in Alausa so I can believe her that her tears are genuine

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  23. I did not vote Buhari first and second term because I heard about his Austerity Measure and military brutality under him during his days as Military Head of State in the early 80s.

    Another thing was that he is not educated so it would be difficult for him to understand how to run a modern economy or fight corruption in this digital age.

    I also did not want any former military or present military personnel to be in the seat of power.

    I voted Jonathan and in the last election, I voted Muoghalu.

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  24. Few months before the 2015 elections,My brother and I went online and read about General Buhari's military regime after hearing so much about him frm mum, We started campaigning against him on fb et al, trying to draw people to his past records and why he shouldn't be voted for no matter the useless threats he issued that blood will flow if he doesn't win, is it not people's blood that flowed and is still flowing? No thanks to his heartlessness😒😒. But we were called different names by my big aunties,uncles cousins and frds, one of them even used his own money to be doing campaigns for Buhari, hoping for a political slot after their victory. But Buhari won and uncle was shifted to one side (This one sweet me)😝

    People have realised their mistakes and few that stopped talking to me since 2015 reached out to me of recent, I told them to forget about the past, This is not the time to lay blames, let's wait for 2013 cause no matter how hard we protest, Buhari is not ready to change or leave that seat.
    Pls lets try to make research about any candidate and their pasts before entrusting them to rule us

    May the souls of the protestants that were killed by the military, those killed by SARS, those killed by Boko Haram continue to rest in peace and be forgiven of their sins in Jesus name.

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  25. Na the west make buhari win.😠😠😠😠😠😠😠

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  26. Give me one reason God won't punish all of them that voted for buhari? Cry a river all you want God will still punish you all. Rubish

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  27. I've never been a fan of Buhari. He's too divisive to be the President of a multi-lingual & multi-religious entity like Nigeria.

    Same Buhari that after losing the 2011 elections to Jonathan, he said if what happened in 2011 elections happened again in 2015, both the dog and the baboon will be soaked in blood.

    That statement lead to the killing of some youth corps members in the North.

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  28. I never campaigned talk more of voting for him.. I advised my parents and friends especially then but they never listened, see where we are now.. it's sad.

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