Popular Nollywood actor, Kanayo O. Kanayo, took to his verified social media page to advise people to get their PVC so that they can vote in the 2023 general election.
The Nollywood star said there's nothing like in Jesus' name when it comes to voting. According to Kanayo, the current state of the country calls for urgent action if we must save it.
He said it is only the masses that have the power to save the country. Kanayo said people should stop saying their votes will not count; they should first perform their civic responsibility of voting. He said that going to vote is better than going to a church or mosque. He also urged people not to misinterpret his statement.
Kanayo further thanked all the pastors, imams, and people who have been going to the market place to enlighten people about collecting their PVC. Lastly,
he said, "My brothers and sisters, there is no in Jesus' name when it comes to voting." There is no voting on social media; it is a physical exercise."
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