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Stopping Vote Buying Might Not Be Easy – Don Jazzy Advises Nigerians Ahead Of 2023 Elections

 

Nigerian music producer Don Jazzy has reminded Nigerians the long run positive factors of voting the appropriate people into power.

The philanthropist advised Nigerians to be careful before allowing politicians influence their voting choices with money.

Sharing his view on the upcoming 2023 elections via Twitter, Don Jazzy insisted that an attempt of vote purchasing may well be tough however Nigerians should consider the long term effect of not getting moved by temporary financial gains.

I know stopping the menace of vote buying that has corrupted our electoral process might not be easy,” he Tweeted on Thursday, July 14, 2022.

“I can only urge Nigerians to be more mindful of the long-term gains of voting the right people into offices despite the attempts to financially sway their voting decisions.”

 

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