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2023 election: “Who gave the order?” Comedian Kiekie queries the govt over troops of soldiers seen in viral videos


Famous Nigerian comedian Bukunmi Adeaga Illori known as Kiekie, and other celebrities have queried the government over the troops of soldiers seen in viral videos.

Kemi Filani recalls that videos that emerged online days before the election gave Nigerians a soothing relief regarding having a free and fair election.

Many believed the arrival of the army in some states prior to the presidential election would enhance a free and fair electoral process.

Different online videos captured how the 2023 presidential elections were marred by havoc in different states.

From ballot snatching to attacking voters and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) not appearing in certain polling units.

Falz attacked by thugs in Ikate

Kemi Filani recalls that Falz was attacked in his polling unit in Lagos state, and his phone was reportedly stolen by thugs.

Information gathered by Kemi Filani disclosed that thugs attacked the singer and other voters in the area.

It was also reported that ballot papers are being torn apart and scattered in the area because of the massive support for Peter Obi’s Labour Party.

Kemi Filani also learnt that voters had been scared back homes for safety as many phones have been seized.

Kiekie queries govt over troops of soldiers

Following these reports, Kiekie took to social media to query the government over the videos of soldiers captured online.

The mother of one asked which orders the soldiers were following and their purpose for coming into the state.

“For people asking where are the army they sent to Lagos. The question is, who sent the army in the first place? And who are they listening to??? “

Scooby Nero wrote, “Where re the soldiers that were sent to guide the election polling units, where re the arms men??? Oya but some of them dey carry gun dey make noise on social media on Friday, that everywhere go be wuchawucha for people wey no want peaceful election,, NA WA Ooooo”

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