Gifty Powers of BBNaija offers advice to Nigerians following the outcome of the 2023 presidential election.
Reality TV star, Gifty Brian Onyechukwu Ajumobi better known as Gifty Powers has advised Nigerians on what to do following the outcome of the 2023 presidential election.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the All Progressive Party (APC) president-elect after the election which was held on Saturday, 25th February. It is worth noting there has been series of reactions from opposition parties and their supporters rejecting the results as they claim that the electoral process is biased and results rigged.
Reacting to Tinubu’s victory, Gifty Powers lamented that Nigeria is no longer a country. She said every country has its own corrupt practices add hide it however, Nigeria bargain in corruption as thou it is a market square.
The former Big Brother Naija Season 2 housemate stated that corruption has taken over every sector in the country, including education. She went on to advise parents who have saved enough to get a visa to other countries because there is no hope for the future generation.
She wrote: “Nigeria is not a country anymore, walai!!!! Yes, every country has its ways of corruption, at least they hide it, but in Nigeria, we dey bargain (like say we dey buy meat for Onisha market) on price for inside corruption.
“Pls, if you are a parent and you’ve saved enough o purchase a visa to any foreign country land, do it now, because it’s obvious there is no future for our little ones.
“There is corruption even in education, and that is why people are dying every day for being treated illegally. Smh. Abi una dey wait for Jesus to fly down b4 we go receive sense? As a parent, pls sacrifice whatever you have within and make haste to better the future for your little ones. Nigeria is fucked up! Period!!!”
Actress, Yetunde Bakare advises Nigerians following election outcome
Trendytalker’s reported hours ago that Nollywood actress, Yetunde Bakare advised Nigerians on what to do after Tinubu was declared winner of the 2023 presidential election.
It is a known fact that the president-elect is not the choice of some Nigerians and this could lead to public unrest as many believe the process of electing Tinubu was not transparent.
In regard to this, Bakare implored Nigerians to carefully consider the implications of participating in civil unrest, especially in light of the possible consequences.
She further raised important questions about personal circumstances that could be adversely affected by participating in protests, such as having dependents, being financially secure, and having access to legal representation. She also highlighted the harsh reality that for many individuals in Nigeria, their next meal depends on their daily income.
Bakare urged Nigerians to think rationally and make wise decisions before engaging in activism. She emphasised the need to weigh the benefits and risks of participating in protests and be aware of the potential personal and societal consequences.
She wrote: “Before you join them to cause Civil Unrest …. I hope your mama Children plenty ? I hope you’re well connected and can afford a Very Good Lawyer that can defend you against Federal Government also Incase it’s leads to a week or 2 lockdown, hope you and your family won’t starve … Remember some people’s next meal depends on their daily income 😓👌