Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo revealed that on her way coming back to Lagos, she cried because of the Nigeria flag she saw flying high.
She shared a video on Instagram this morning that shows her taking a view of Nigeria's flag. She was on a highway when she spotted the flag. She couldn't help it but her spirit spoke to her, she perceived hope in her.
Her statement on Instagram:
Nigeria is presently casting its votes. The general election will hold from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm today. After the voting process, the results will be compiled from all over Nigeria, and after the compilation, the results will be announced.
Uche Ogbodo feels there is hope for Nigeria in the coming election. Nigeria is going through hardship. The standard of living is frustrating and the citizens feel a comfortable living will come if they vote for someone competent.
Just like every other celebrity, Uche Ogbodo has the candidate she will be voting for in the coming election but she has urged Nigerians to vote wisely.
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