Popular Nigerian singer Burna Boy has now spoken up about the presidential election in the country, which took place on February 25, 2023.
Recall that three of the country’s top singers, Burna Boy, Wizkid, and Davido, had been extensively dragged online for keeping quiet about the election.
Burna Boy, however, changed that when he took to his Instagram page on February 26 to speak about the electoral process.
The Common Person crooner resorted to issuing a warning to the country’s electoral body, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), against electoral malpractice.
According to Burna Boy, Let Nigeria decide o! @inecnigeria. No try any result magic, he wrote.
See a screenshot of his post below:
Who are we voting for? – Burna Boy questions Nigerians
The Grammy award winner was last vocal about elections months ago when he posted on his Instagram story.
Burna boy, in the post apologized to Nigerians about his last performance, which saw a lot of criticism earlier in the year.
He also revealed that he is still very much in tune with his motherland after he wished Nigerians a happy new year with a teary emoji, prayed that things get better and proceeded to ask who the best candidate is in the 2023 general election.
He wrote: Happy New Year!!! 😓 2023, e go better. Who are we voting for?
2023 election: Williams Uchemba pledges to Nigeria
Africanglitz news recalls that Williams Uchemba, a comic actor, declared his faithfulness, loyalty, and honesty to serve the country with all his strength.
In reciting the country’s pledge in a much different way, Williams stated clearly the unique qualities to look out for when deciding their presidential choice. Capacity, competence, and character are the key factors.
He wrote: “The Time Has Come and today I pledge to Nigeria my country. To be faithful, loyal and honest. To serve Nigeria with all my strength.
To defend her unity and to uphold her honour and glory as we go to the polling units to vote for Capacity, Competence and Character and our LABOUR will not be in vain. Amen”.