Singer Banky W Begs For Lagosians’ Votes By Promising Them The One Thing They’ve Been After

It is no longer news that Musician Banky W has immersed himself in the political atmosphere for a couple of weeks now. Despite the odds stacked against him, singer, Banky W (Olubankole Wellington) is determined to bring his political dreams to fruition and has kicked off his political campaign. Earlier in the week, he was on the campaign trail going from door to door and selling his vision to Lagosians living in Etin Osa LGA of Lagos. Obviously overwhelmed by the response he got, Mr. Capable as he is popularly known took to social media and posted a video of himself on the campaign trail.

“Some still insist that it’s impossible and that we are wasting our time but history is only made by those crazy enough to think that they can do the impossible. On Saturday, alongside the most amazing volunteers ever, I again went from door-to-door in the community, sharing the vision we have and the feedback was incredible! They are ready and so are we. It will be difficult but we can do this if we do it together. Tell a friend to tell friend to tell a voter in Etin Osa that when it comes to the House of Representatives, they should vote for the Modern Democratic Party’s Olubankole (Banky W) Wellington.”


Recently, when he declared his intention to run, there had been a stir on social media. While some fans had egged him on by giving him a thumbs up, others had discouraged him, advising him to stick to his music career. Well, he sure hopes that his latest message would seal the deal for him. He has said that he would support the push for the establishment of state police if voted into office. Banky W made this promise in a chat with newsmen on Monday. The 37-year-old believes that the Nigeria Police Force is largely underfunded. He added that reforms are needed to stamp out the bad eggs in the Force.

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“I think that Nigeria is too big of a country to be policed effectively on federal basis. I think that there are so many issues that are going on in our communities now that I think states should have the ability to run their own police forces,” Banky W said.

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