Nigerian Celebrities React To Gubernatorial Elections 

Gubernatorial elections were held across Nigeria last Saturday, and several celebrities took to the online space to share their unique experiences of exercising their citizenship.

Many expected the polls to take place on Saturday, following some setbacks during the nation’s presidential elections two weeks ago. Nollywood actress Kate Henshaw once again gave an update on her polling place and applauded her INEC officials for arriving earlier than last time.

Things were different at some other polling stations, with actress Chioma Aposa questioning the country’s promises to free and fair elections following an alleged attack on her at her polling station. She claimed the mob threatened citizens into voting at her place after authorization.

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Popular beauty blogger Dima Ume shared her experience of going to a polling station and failing to vote due to alleged violence against non-Yoruba people, saying, “I’ve heard the word ‘omo ibo’ so many times. There was no,” he said. Nigerian food blogger Sisi Yemmie encountered a similar problem, saying: “I was not allowed to vote at the polling station because I was told I looked Igbo but not Yoruba. It is,” he tweeted.

Naeto C’s wife, Nicole, opened up about suspicions of thugs trying to take over polling stations and threatened voters to leave immediately after voting.

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Also, popular content creator Eniolwa was quick to sensitize Nigerians to the negative effects of making tribalistic comments and how it affects socio-political aspects of our country. I got

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