Government votes for Lady MayBy: STAFF REPORTER
THE Ministry of Information is organising a press conference today to support “our national legend” Lady May in her bid to become the first Namibian to win the ‘Big Brother Africa’ reality show. Previously, Namibian contestant Eddy Moongo reached the final but lost out on the money.
Lady May has fared exceptionally well despite being nominated for eviction several weeks in a row. No matter how many times her fellow housemates tried to push her out, the songstress has shown exceptional strength of character by taking it all in her stride.
Joining an entire nation of hopefuls, the ministry is strengthening Lady May’s already powerful support base.
Supporters have taken to social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to campaign for votes for the singer. Others are using their mobile phones to cast their votes.
Lady May’s management team has also been hard at work encouraging and garnering support for the ‘Chokola’ singer.
“The Land of the Brave launched the National Pride Campaign (NHNP) last year, whose pillars will among others be to support our own constituency, regional and national role models in all spheres of our lives,” says an invitation to the press conference.
The ministry adds that Lady May is making “brave history in the music industry, soothing [the] souls of many across our national diversity”.
It said through her participation in the house, Lady May is making history in the BBA Stargame house and that is the main reason why the conference is being held in her support.
The press conference will be held today at the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology head office at 11h00.