“We don’t deserve a seat in government if our service to community is only dependent on it,” Banky W says as he gives back to his community political loss

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Despite his loss at his constituency in the 2023 general election, Award-winning singer, Bankole Wellington better known as Banky W hasn’t relented in reaching out to the less privileged.

The husband of Adesua Etomi has made community service a part of his existence.

The singer cum actor has shared photos of him reaching out to the less privileged in his community.

He accompanied the photos with a powerful message on how service to the community isn’t dependent only on whether one gets a seat in government or not.

“If our service to the community was only dependent on whether we got a seat in government or not, then we don’t deserve a seat in the first place”.


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Banky W breaks silence as he expresses heartbreak for losing the 2023 election

Speaking on his loss weeks back, Banky W shared a video of himself during Sunday service, expressing his heartbreak for losing the election.

The father of one disclosed that he had made huge preparations for his win, which included a Sunday Thanksgiving program, searching for an apartment and office in Abuja, and others.

However, the singer revealed that he was strengthened by his faith in God which can sometimes give way for one to be hurt.

Banky W also disclosed that his loss at the election will not stop him from praising God because he will still hold the thanksgiving.

Banky W loses to Labour Party

Jaratunes recalls that Labour Party candidate, Thaddeus Attah, defeated Banky W during the February 25th, 2023, presidential election.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared Attah the winner of the Eti-Osa Federal constituency seat in the House of Representatives.

According to Prof Funmilayo Odukoya, the INEC Returning Officer, Attah pulled a total of 24,075 votes to defeat his rival, Banky W of the People Democratic Party (PDP) who gathered 18,666 votes, and Mr. Babajide Obanikoro of APC, who had 16,901 votes.

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