Recently, there have been reports that some polling units in Lagos have been found with offerings of sacrifice, which were reportedly placed overnight.
In response to this, Nigeria celebrity Kate Henshaw took to her social media page to share a video of a mentally disabled man happily eating the sacrificed food at a polling unit in Ajah.
According to the video by Kate Henshaw, which has gone viral on social media, shows the mentally disabled man devouring the food with great enthusiasm, with people standing nearby watching in amazement. The video captures the moment of joy that was experienced by the man as he enjoyed the meal, a moment that can only be described as sheer bliss.
On her Twitter post, she wrote, “See what happened to one of their sacrifices at a polling unit. Grace land estate Ajah. Who hungry no care whether na sacrifice or not. E no CORNcen am”
Kate Henshaw’s post has resonated with many Nigerians, as some claimed that the sacrifice was placed by some people wanting to use mysterious forces to win the election. Despite the fact that not many people believe in these forces, they claimed it should have been placed on the Election Day.
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