It is a known fact that anyone who is thinking of voting in the ongoing Lagos State gubernatorial and other elections holding within the state will want to have a second thought, given the type of threats that have been flying prior to the election. But while many people will want to stay back and rather not take part in the election due to security concern, popular reality star Wathoni has shares a post which is a situation report in her polling unit.
The lovely reality star in her post shared some photos with caption that reads '' praying for Nigeria, I have voted, and my polling unit is peaceful. '' Her caption definitely deals with a phenomenon that many people want to be familiar with before going out to vote, which is the peace she made mention of, as no one wants to be faced with danger in the process of voting.
Seeing Wathoni sharing this type of positive message is definitely going to drive a lot of people out to do what they are supposed to do, which definitely is driving people out there to go and vote effective leaders of their choice that will take the country forward.
Images credit: Wathoni Instagram page.
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