Nigerian rapper, Eva, who has been seeing the ‘got get your PVC’ message across social media platforms, has reacted to the online campaign.
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. Her post reads;
S T A R T W I T H Y O U.
#evaalordiah #love #Nigeria
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❤
Eva had in 2015 written an open letter to President Buhari.
‘We are the ones living through the severe hardship of our great country, We are the ones working for the country despite the inhumane conditions we have to work in. We have tried our best so far and we have done well. Just imagine how much further we could take this country to with your help and dedication.
If I were in your shoes, which I sincerely do not think I am worthy of, (I’d stick to my stilettos thank you very much) I would listen to the Nigerian people.
The only way you can change this country is by doing for us. If you do for us then you do for yourself too’ her open letter read partly.