“If You Do Well, You Wouldn’t Force People To Support You” Singer Simi Takes A Swipe At The President-elect, Bola Tinubu

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One of Nigeria’s leading songstresses, Simisola Bolatito Kosoko, better known as Simi, has taken to social media to share her political opinion about the just concluded presidential election.

Taking to the microblogging platform, Simi noted how the APC presidential candidate used force to get people to support him.

The mother of one stated that if Tinubu had done well like he claimed, he wouldn’t need to use force on anyone to support him.

In her words,“If you do well and people love you, you won’t have to use fear and intimidation to force anyone to support you. Isn’t this common sense”.

Skitmaker Ashmusy warns Tinubu supporters

In other news, popular TikToker and skit maker Ashmushy shared her opinion on the election, highlighting the need for the new president-elect, Bola Tinubu, to make Nigeria better.

The recently concluded election in Nigeria had been a trending topic of discussion among many, including celebrities.

According to Ashmushy, some people seemed to have taken the election personally, especially when choosing a candidate. However, the TikToker believes the election was not about personal preferences but the desperate need for a better Nigeria.

The TikToker then addressed those who support the APC, urging them not to take the election personally; instead, she urged them to beg their new president to focus on making Nigeria better for everyone.

The skitmaker noted that Nigerians are tired of the same circle of old men ruling the country repeatedly, especially with all they have put the country through, including the deaths of young people who lost their lives in October 2020 due to the ENDSARS. But, according to the TikToker, the fight was for a better Nigeria, not for any particular candidate.

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