Popular Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw has taken to social media to call out the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), for disenfranchising her and twenty others in her polling unit.
Explaining how the election is going on in her polling unit, the actress took to her official Twitter page to cry out about not being able to vote because because the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS), an electronic device designed to read Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) and authenticate voters says she is not registered.
Speaking further, the movie star made it known that she found her name on the register on the wall and on INEC register but she can’t vote due to the BVAS system.
Not stopping there, Kate, in her post went ahead to call on the person in charge of INEC in Lagos to find a quick solution to the problem.
The actress continued by noting that she would not take things lightly with INEC because according to her, they are playing with her destiny.
Kate finally ended her statement by calling on international media bodies like Cable Network News (CNN), and British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) to take note of what is happening.
Check out the screenshot of her post;
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