WOW! Davido’s Biggest Rival Yet Sends Powerful Message To Millions Of Nigerians; Fingers Those Who Were Paid By Politicians For Votes

As 2019 elections draw nearer, several social media platforms have been flooded with discussions about elections. Some have debated the potential of candidates and some others have stirred confusion over the process of the election itself. Interestingly, 2019 elections is witnessing the boldness of some Nigerian celebrities who are using their platforms to speak about it. Recently, Davido publicly stated his preferred candidates for the elections and even revealed that he is being threatened over his political ambition but he remains fearless. Wizkid seems to have joined the band wagon and aired his views about the upcoming elections.

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In a recent post shared on his Snapchat, the Starboy advised Nigerians to vote wisely. He stated that no one should vote a candidate endorsed by a celebrity because they have been paid for it. Reflecting hope in the citizens, he stated that anyone who is old enough to vote is capable of thinking and should do so in picking a candidate that will move the country forward. The Manya crooner also sent a message to the leaders of the country saying that they have a responsibility of caring for millions of citizens and should focus on the progress of the country. Read his post below:

Meanwhile, just recently, actress and new mother, Funke Akindele spoke on the need to maintain peace and order in the upcoming elections. As the Nigerian election draws closer, many people are taking to social media to speak on the need to maintain peace and order in the elections and Funke Akindele is one of them. The beautiful mother of two, took to her Instagram page to speak on the need to avoid engaging in violent acts all in the name of election. Sharing a cute selfie, she wrote: “Provocation is the cause of major violence in elections in Nigeria. Don’t be provoked. Avoid provoking others. Respect everyone. Treat others the way you want to be treated. Let’s make 2019 elections safe, secure and credible.”