Come out and vote and defend your votes until the end, the sensational Nigerian Nigerian musician seems to be massively involved in the osun state elections especially since his uncle is involved.
The musician has been supporting his uncle, senator Ademola Adeleke, the governorship candidate of the people’s democratic party since day one.
Davido has been advocating on his social media platforms especially on tweeter. He had been trying to inform the voters on the need not to be bribed and how it is important to vote wisely he said;
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“Remember this is the critical period !! It was this time 4 years ago. Around 1 pm that they started their mischief. Everyone be vigilant. Come out and vote and defend your votes until the end!! Be alert ! We have waited 4 years for this moment !!”
He had also made a post that the voters are rejecting money from buyers on the ongoing elections. This means that they had been taking his advocacy seriously.
He tweeted “people rejecting money being offered to them left and right of the state today. Great to see.. there is still hope for Nigeria.
According to Sahara reporters, Davido had earlier tweeted that there was no INEC officials in Olorunda unit 10 and 13.
“No INEC official in ward 6 olorunda unit 10 and 13 yet. @inecnigeria attend to this as fast as possible.”
Across Osun State today, up to 1,955,657 registered voters are expected to exercise their franchise across the 3,763 polling units to elect a new governor for the state in a keen contest.
Soldiers, policemen and members of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) have been sighted in strategic locations around the state capital and border towns.
The election, which will be contested by 15 political parties, is expected to be a straight duel between the incumbent governor, Gboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Senator Ademola Adeleke of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Other candidates in the race are the former Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Lasun Yusuf of the Labour Party, Goke Omigbodun of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) and Akin Ogunbiyi of Accord Party.
Seems like there is still hope.