2019 election: 2Baba, others receive commendations from INEC

2Baba and other musicians have been commended by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for their roles in the upcoming general election.

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According to the electoral commission, the upcoming elections= will be for the youths who constitute 81 percent of registered voters.

The Commissions chairman, Prof. Mahmoud Yakubu said this during an election summit for youths in Abuja on Tuesday, January 29, 2019.

During the summit, popular musicians were awarded for their role in the mobilization of youths to register for their Personal Voters Card which would allow them vote in the coming elections.

Among those honoured at the event was Innocent Idibia (Tuface) and Ambassador Ketil Karlson, Head of European Union to Nigeria and ECOWAS.

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The INEC boss also urged these musicians who are role models to these youths, to continue the good work of urging the youths of collect their PVC.


  1. Yeah… 2baba has alway played good roles during elections… Speaking against violence and other… He deserves it

  2. This is.a good commendation my prayer for this years election is that God will take control and do the unpredictable for this country we need our votes to count

  3. Thank you INEC for the commendations. This will have a positive influence of the youths indeed.

  4. Thats a very good thing INEC has pit in place congratulations to tu baba he deserved the award because truly he canvass people to register for PVC

  5. A very good move in the right direction. More of accolades will bring about positive change.this is just behavioural psychology.

  6. Several times have seen especially Tu Face preach against violence during election. Great commendation.

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