Olayiwolamoroof A Ja N’badan, a seasoned actor, has cautioned individuals pursuing celebrity not to solicit donations or work for political candidates.
A Ja N’badan claims in one of his most recent videos that people who received money from celebrities were able to live better lives than those who did not.
“For those of you saying celebrities should not collect money from politicians, please don’t come close to me oo, because those that do are living better now than us.”
News recall that My name is Grace Atibuga from the Northern Region of Ghana, I am 30 years old and I am a nurse in the United Kingdom. I was born and raised in Tamale, the capital of Northern Region, I am living together with my parents in UK.
I went to the United Kingdom at the age of 5 years. I started by basic education there and graduated from the University of Manchester with a degree in nursing.
I am 30 years old now and I will be 31 years old on the 30th of May this year, I am the only daughter of my parents.
I am a Christian and a God fearing woman, I have dated about 4 men in my life and none of was able to stay with me for about 4 months. I don’t really know what is happening to me, I don’t live any ungodly lifestyle.
My parents are growing old and they are requesting a grandchild from me.
This time round I need a very serious man who can love and marry me for the rest of his life and bear children with me. I will pay him $4000 every week. My parents have promised to buy a luxury car for this man after we give birth to our first child.
This issue is very serious to me. Please I need a very natured and a single man who is ready to marry. Any interested man should leave his comments and location here.