When the news of Peter Obi's victory in the Lagos State Presidential Election broke, it was met with a collective celebration on social media.
Among those celebrating was popular skit maker, Mr. Macaroni, who took to his social media page to share his joy over the victory and express his pride in the people of Lagos State.
Mr. Macaroni noted that despite all the violence and intimidation suffered by people of the state, they still came out to cast their vote and support their candidate. He wrote, “I just want the people to know that the power is in our hands.”
The past few days have seen a significant amount of violence and intimidation used in Lagos State, particularly in relation to the elections. This has included violent thugs attacks, vote-buying, and the intimidation of candidates and their supporters.
However, despite the violence and intimidation, Peter Obi was able to win the gubernatorial election. His victory is a testament to the strength and resilience of the people of Lagos State, who refused to be intimidated and instead exercised their democratic right to choose their leader.
The victory of Peter Obi is also a reminder of the importance of exercising our democratic right to vote and to support candidates whose values reflect our own. It is a reminder that we have a voice and that our votes do matter.
In the end, Mr. Macaroni's sentiments serve as a reminder of the power of the people of Lagos State. Despite all the violence and intimidation, they still came out to vote and support their candidate. This is a powerful reminder that even in the face of intimidation and violence, our voices still matter and that we can make a difference.
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