Musician Reekado Banks was excited after he performed his civil duty by voting in the presidential, senatorial and House of Reps elections which took place on February 23. Having gotten a lot of satisfaction from performing this exercise, the singer took to his Twitter page to share a video of himself standing on queue with the rest of voters.
In the video, the successful musician was seen standing with the rest of the people who had come to vote. Judging by the look of things, there was peace and orderliness in his polling unit.
Asides from the video which he shared, Reekado Banks went on to confirm that he truly and happily voted. In his statement, the Blessings on Me crooner stylishly threw a shade on those celebrities who did not vote.
He particularly targeted those who had been actively talking a lot about the election but who did not step out to participate in the exercise.
See his tweets below:
Even more, in yet another tweet, the singer addressed the youths. He emphatically stated that more old people came out to vote. He then went on to encourage young people to do better.
See his post below:
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