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Mercy Chinwo Dragged On Social Media For Performing At The PDP Rally In Akwa Ibom.



Popular gospel singer Mercy Chinwo dragged on social media by Nigerians for performing at Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) campaign rally in Akwa Ibom State.

The 32-year-old singer who married a couple of months ago dazzled the Akwa Ibom State Governor, Udom Emmanuel; his wife, Martha; and thousands of other party loyalists in the state with her gospel songs.

Some of the song she performed includes ‘See the way you love me,’ and ‘Jesus, you love me too much,’ among others.

“Sister Mercy, this is electrifying!” the governor insisted in his speech after seeing her ministration.

People have been reacting negatively to her appearance at the rally . Saying she was not supposed to perform at a political rally being a gospel singer.

People have been sharing their thoughts of what they think about her performance at the rally on Twitter.

Esteem Kuti said: “But I thought she was supposed to use the gift to glorify God. What’s she doing collecting money in a political rally?” “She done turn burna boy.”

Chrisamaechi: Some artists should be getting paid for their work. Charge them double if she could. Artists should be free to ply their trade this season. It’s a tough time of year for everyone, and they’re not like printers or bus drivers. You know the core audience is the most important thing at the end of the day.

@3xtimesalady: Who cares if Udom Emmanuel is a part of her campaign? At least he paid his appearance fee – what are you talking about? She probably knows how to vote wisely.

@Silad_Chime: If you are a carpenter, and called to fix Tinubu’s table, you will charge the fee for the service and get it done. You won’t be political about it, they pay you and that’s that. You don’t have to vote for one party or another; you can sing for any party anytime.

@IkennaArinze: This is a rally to support one of our own. She wasn’t at the presidential rally. If she thinks the PDP has done well in Akwa Ibom, she should be carrying Go.