PoliticsSusan Waya, Kiddwaya's mum declares interest in becoming governor

Susan Waya, Kiddwaya’s mum declares interest in becoming governor

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By Muhaimin Olowoporoku

Susan Waya, wife of popular billionaire Terry Waya and mother of ex-BBNaija housemate Kiddwaya has declared her intention to become the next governor of Benue State by 2023.

She made the announcement on her Instagram page on Saturday.

She shared a campaign poster with her picture and captioned it “who is coming with me? There’s no right time to do this, #TogetherWeRise.”

Campaign poster shared by Mrs. Waya

She will be contesting under the platform of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), according to the campaign poster.

Although, Susan is married to a billionaire socialite, Terry, she has been media shy until Kiddwaya, her second son surfaced in the Big Brother Naija lockdown edition.

She recently, had to defend Kiddwaya after critics trolled the reality star for still living in her house.

Susan noted that both Kiddwaya and his brother enjoy spending quality time with their dad Terry Waya, who is not complaining.

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