Nigerian singer Orezi who visited his village Owhelogbor in Delta State yesterday November 22nd, had kids thinking he was a politician.
A viral video on social media, captured moment kids in the village who thought Orezi was a politician who came to campaign , ran after his car, begging him for money so they can vote for him in 2019. Here is the video below;
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This is coming after Former President Goodluck Jonathan expressed concern over increased cases of vote buying in Nigeria, ahead of the 2019 general elections. Jonathan said that vote buying was gradually replacing other forms of electoral malpractice, and had become scandalous and placed the country in bad light.
The former President expressed his concern at the public presentation and formal launch of his book — “My Transition Hours”. He pointed out that voters’ inducement through engraving of pictures of candidates and political party logos on gift items during elections, was another rampant strategy of vote buying.
He advised the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) “to borrow a leaf from other African countries and create polling centres in public places such as schools where classrooms were used for voting to make it difficult for vote buying.”