Share this post
Adebayo salami a.k.a Oga Bello
29th June, 2022
By Taiye Olayemi
Veteran Actor, Adebayo Salami, popularly known as “Oga Bello”, has advised the youth to desist from being used as political thugs as campaigns for the 2023 General Elections approach.
Salami in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday in Lagos, gave the advice against the backdrop of such occurences during past elections and political campaigns.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

He advised the youth to jettison all forms of monetary enticement and remain focused on picking the candidates of their choice without being influenced.
Salami urged them to get their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to be able to participate in the forthcoming elections.

According to him, the youth have huge role to play in ensuring free, fair, peaceful and credible elections.
“I like to warn our youths to desist from being used as political thugs, which does not portray them as good citizens.

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

“This warning is coming now because I believe the success of the elections will be determined by the youths.
“I advise that we all comport ourselves as responsible and patriotic citizens of our great nation.
“The youth should refuse to be brainwashed or manipulated with money but focus on getting their PVCs and vote for their choice candidates at the right time,” he said.

Death of African migrants: Fani-Kayode knocks EU, North African countries (video)
PVC: INEC worries over low registration in Katsina
Alaafin’s wife Olori Kafayat dies in U.S.
Tertiary institutions in Kogi will not go on strike: Yahaya Bello
Introduced in August 1994 to satisfy a yearning for a fresh, breezy and entertaining afternoon paper in Lagos and its environs, P.M.News is positioned as a paper for everyone.
Email: [email protected]

source

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You May Also Like

Just InAgain, terrorists attack Military checkpoint at Zuma Rock, Abuja, reportedly kill Soldiers in shootout – Vanguard

Just InAgain, terrorists attack Military checkpoint at Zuma Rock, Abuja, reportedly kill…

Buhari lists Nigeria's benefits from Open Government Partnership – Guardian Nigeria

President Muhammadu Buhari. Photo/FACEBOOK/Femi AdeshinaPresident Muhammadu Buhari has itemised the benefits Nigeria…

18,429 test positive for hepatitis in Nasarawa | The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News — Nigeria — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News – Guardian Nigeria

Nasarawa State Ministry of Health has said that 18,429 persons have tested…

Capacity Training: Leading auto firms back Nigeria auto journalists – Vanguard

Capacity Training: Leading auto firms back Nigeria auto journalists  Vanguardsource