While other Nigerian celebrities have launched online campaigns for Nigerians to get their PVC to vote in the 2019 general elections, Nigerian dancehall singer, Burna Boy has disclosed that he won’t be voting.
Burna Boy who have reason for his decison, disclosed that Nigeria have youths who are too scared to fight for their future. According to him, people who think they can implement change by voting for same crop of old politicians are delusional and are part of the problem.
Burna Boy also took a swipe at President Buhari, who received President Emmanuel Macron of France during his recent visit to Nigeria. It is alleged that President Emmanuel Macron was only 6 years old when President Buhari was Nigeria’s head of state, fast forward to 2018, President Buhari is still in power.
Read Burna Boy’s statement via his Instastory below;
Nigerian rapper, Eva was also in the news few days ago after she penned down a message to Nigerians after seeing all the PVC campaigns on social media. The rapper believes we need to do more than getting our PVC.
According to Eva, changing the man in power won’t change our problem. The rapper added that the problem we face first is mental issue and personal transformation is needed too. She wrote;
S T A R T W I T H Y O U.
You need your PVC to Vote at the next Elections 🗳
it is advisable to get one so you can Vote.
But, believing that the Change we seek lies dormant in the hands of another person in Power is the same as you giving your Power away.
The Power to change the world around you has already been given to you by the divine, you are either using that Power daily to effect Positive change or you simply do not Care and hope for a Messiah to come save you.
We suffer tragedies caused by our own hands, our own lack of empathy towards one another, our own carelessness and pure selfishness.
LOVE CONQUERS ALL.
We need to begin caring genuinely, from the heart, caring about each other and about the consequences of our actions one to another.
V I B E H I G H E R . Peace and Blessings to all