Tuface Tells Nigerian Youths What Not To Do Ahead Of 2019 Elections
The legendary singer, who shared these words of wisdom on Wednesday, December 12, during a gathering of youth organisations at the 2019 General Elections’ National Peace Conference in Abuja, also asked the youths to shun vote buying during the elections and avoid selling their future to leaders who had false agenda for the nation.
The award-winning entertainer said:
“Youths say no to politicians who offer you money to perpetuate violence or sell your votes. When two elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers.
Before the elections, you must constructively participate in the electoral process.
Say no to politicians who offer you money to perpetuate violence or sell your votes.
When two elephants fight, it is the grass that suffers. Every young person has a bright future ahead of them and should not allow anyone take that away from them in the name of politics or elections.
“Do not sell your votes. Selling your votes is selling your future”.
Bear in mind that the major contenders for power in the 2019 President election are between President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Presidential (APC), and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Some weeks ago, the “Amaka” crooner appeared to have aimed a thinly veiled dig at the Nigerian government when he paid a visit to Ghana after he was impressed by the country’s international airport.