I Never Desired Fame but God Made me More Famous: Natasha Akpoti Replies Fans.

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I Never Desired Fame but God Made me More Famous: Natasha Akpoti Replies Fans.

On Monday 20th January there was a controversial Comments on Natasha Akpoti Facebook Post where a Man tell her to join the Moving Training that she is in to politics because of fame.

Read her words below.

Ahmad Ibrahim again you have shown how clueless you are.

I never desired fame but God made me more famous than most Reps, senators and governors.

I never asked to be remembered for a deed but the Nigerian Law Reports will for ever have it published in Natasha vs INEC that a woman once stood up against a systemic injustice and fought for her rights.

That’s great history lawyers will always reference and candidates will know that INEC has no right to disqualify them.

Moreover dear puppet; do you know that Yahaya Bello is cursed and insulted everywhere in Nigeria and has his name written in the black books of National and international ?
His hands are soaked with the blood of innocent people he murdered for his political advancement.
While I may not have held any position but Ajaokuta now has $1.45b for its revival .

So you see, our measurements of success differs. Mine is impact, yours is position.



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Nat and the rest of my fellow Nigerians must come to term to the fact that we’re in a century where truth rarely but does prevail in many case. Take the like of late Martin Luther King who strived to ensure the black citizens of America all across America the right to vote and to have a sense of liberty. The like of Muhatma Gandhi who inspired the quite India movement and called for the non violent resistance to the British occupation in India in 1942. Remember this date(23/01/202) I say, soon enough Nigeria a blessed and great nation along… Read more »