The well-known Nigerian actor Charly Boy discussed Nigerian politics and the country's 2023 presidential election with the media. Charly Boy shared throughout the interview how the INEC broke its pre-election pledge to upload results online, and he felt betrayed by his own nation.
In response to INEC's announcement that Bola Tinubu had won the presidential election, Charly Boy remarked, "I was essentially paralyzed for days. I felt deceived by my own nation, and it debilitated me. The INEC made assurances and promises to us that the election would be conducted fairly, but they ultimately let us down, which left me feeling misled.
"I have never participated in politics before in my life, nor have I ever supported a politician, but I have no other country to travel to or live in other than Nigeria. I must battle for a better Nigeria, one in which we can all live happily together, and I was excited to see Nigeria united, but INEC acted otherwise.
During the conversation, Charly Boy also shared some details regarding his private life. He said that he can't image living anywhere else except Nigeria and that nothing would ever be able to drive him out of the country, which is why he wants to do his part to make Nigeria a better place.
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