Veteran singer Tony Tetuila has opened up on his experience in the 2015 elections.

The My Car singer had aspirations of becoming a member of Kwara State House of Assembly, but didn’t make it past the primaries stage.

In a recent interview, he talked about what he gained from the period, including the promise of a political post from Kwara state governor AbdulFatah Ahmed.

He said, “I took a break from music for 11 years because I wanted to face my other businesses and politics as well. I had to focus on my political career.

“The Kwara State governor actually promised me a political appointment which I am still waiting for. But I cannot wait forever. If God says it is my fate, then, I would definitely get it.

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“I spent a lot of money during my foray into politics but I decided to come back to music which is what I know how to do best.

“When it comes to politics, if you do not get the position you are contesting for, it simply means that you would run at a loss. I thank God because I may have lost money but I gained a lot of experience.

“I know more about politics than I did before. Politics is all about patronage and deceit. If you meet the right people, your dreams would come true.

“But if you meet the wrong people, your dreams would turn into a nightmare. I learnt a lesson and even though I did not win, it does not mean that I am going to back off.

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“I lost a lot of money which I cannot estimate but the experience that I got is immeasurable.

“The last time I saw Governor Ahmed, he told me that his administration still had two years. So, I believe that he would still do something.

“I have not recovered the money I lost when I ventured into politics but I am not crying over that because I am a man.

“When you venture into a new business, it is either you get lucky or not. I am able to get money from my other businesses, for instance, I have trucks which deliver nothing less than N150,000 per week.

“I cannot tell you how many trucks I have. I have been in the business for a long while.”

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