Burna Boy explains why he won’t be voting in the 2019 elections

While majority of the Nigerian celebrities are clamoring for people to attain the Permanent Voters Card in order to have the power to vote in the fast approaching 2019 presidential elections, popular Nigerian singer, Burna boy thinks otherwise

According to him, he has absolutely no plans of voting in the 2019 Elections in Nigeria and he has made his decision clear and public

Making his point via his Insta-stories today, he added that anyone who believes their votes would count is delusional.

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