Nigerian actress Charity Nnaji just made an impassioned statement on her Instagram page as she calls out the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for reportedly ignoring the Democratic process. She allegedly said that it's not fair that Nigerians have to go through the tedious task on acquiring a PVC and not be able to put their own candidate in power.
In her own words, she said, and quote: “@inecnigeria stop rotating the presidential seat it's not your forefathers inheritance, if you must do that, then you have to stop allowing us to go through the election process of getting our pvc and casting our vote when you know vividly well it won't count and also risking our life's on elections.”
"Instead of all this Emotional damage to the good people of Nigeria, once it is time for hand over you kindly hand it over to who you wish to give rather than making us go through all this mental stress after every eight fucking years. This is absolute wickedness."
Take a screenshot of her post from Instagram below.
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