Nigeria: TV host Bolanle Olukanni shares views on Elections via Instagram

Bolanle Olukanni has taken to her social media account to share her thoughts concerning the presidential elections in Nigeria.

Nigerian TV presenter, Bolanle Olukanni has taken to her social media account to share her thoughts concerning the presidential elections in Nigeria. The country hosted the most crucial polls of the year on February 25, 2023. In light of the situation in Nigeria after the day of the presidential election, TV presenter, Olukanni shared a post on her social media account.

In the post she shared her experience of the week that has passed between the official day of the polls and now. She wrote that it was a whirlwind of a week. The elections in the country stood out, with reports of incidents of hate and violence coming to light. Several residents, citizens and the diaspora of Nigeria came forward with accounts of their voting experiences.

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Many of the voters even called out the governments for inadequate arrangements for the successful execution of the polls. In light of this, Bolanle Olukanni observed that she learned a great lesson about the power of people in the last week. Through her social media post, she applauded the people of Nigeria for standing up for the rights of their nation.

She wrote on her Instagram profile that she considers it most crucial that the people of Nigeria are aware and making efforts to take control of their nation back in their own hands. She asserted that the people now realize that they have the power. At the same time, she urged all the people to not get misguided by lies. She maintained that We deserve a Nigeria that loves us back.

Bolanle Olukanni is a Nigerian TV presenter popularly known for hosting Moments with Mo on DStv and Project Fame West Africa. She recently sat through an interview with the Television Network CNN. During the interview, she talked at length about the polls of Nigeria. The followers and social media users of Olukanni applauded her for representing Nigeria well during the CNN Interview.

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