A certain video went viral today online. On the said video, two PDP agents were seen sharing money and a can of malt to some residents in Anambra State in exchange for their votes.
This particular incident caused a lot of Nigerians to react differently. Based on that note, a well known human rights activist, Aisha Yesufu decided to react.
While reacting, she warned Nigerians, stating it clearly that when voters collect money from politicians during campaign or on election day, they will make their demands to them for the rest of the four years.
Read the full tweet below.
This is really sad and unfortunate. Are we so poor in this country to the extent that we can sale our vote for just ₦400 and a can of malt?
The people of Anambra State must wake up and do the needful. They should not for any reason allow anybody to buy them with any amount of money so as to avoid regret.
What is your take as it regards to this particular issue? You can drop your comments and opinions below.
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