’90s pop star surprises fans with new career path

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90s pop star Ben Ofoyedu surprised fans when he turned up at their homes to campaign for the Conservative party.

The 51-year-old has since turned his attention to politics and is campaigning among voters ahead of the general election.

Ben Ofoyedu joined and campaigned for the Conservative Party in Mid Buckinghamshire.

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Ben Ofoyedu joined and campaigned for the Conservative Party in Mid Buckinghamshire.
He was campaigning alongside incumbent Councilman Greg Smith.

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He was campaigning alongside incumbent Councilman Greg Smith.

Proudly wearing a blue rosette, Ben was out campaigning this week alongside Greg Smith, the Conservative candidate for the new Mid Buckinghamshire constituency.

Fats N Small singer Ben is considering running for London Mayor. Race Four years later.

He told The Sun: “I have followed politics closely for many years, including my relationships with Boris Johnson and other politicians.”

“I am now ready to begin my political journey and training to run for Mayor of London.

“Hopefully with Greg Smith’s support this dream can become a reality.

“London needs fixing. This is my home and Sadiq Khan is a disaster.”

Incumbent Councillor Smith will face off against Labour’s Charisma Griffiths, the Liberal Democrats’ Anja Schafer, Green Party candidate Greg Smith and the SDP’s Yvonne Wilding on July 4.

He also has the support of Ryan Mark Parsons, the youngest contestant in the history of “The Apprentice.”

Ryan Mark was preparing to work for Mr Smith when Chancellor Rishi Sunak snap last month’s general election.

Ben was previously engaged to TV presenter Vanessa Feltz.

Vanessa Feltz’s ex-boyfriend Ben Ofoyedu says the pair “barely saw each other” in the months before their shock split

The couple lived together for 17 years, but their relationship fell apart due to her husband’s infidelity.

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